American institute of implant dentistry

American Institute of Implant Dentistry Faculty Practice

What is a Full Mouth Dental Immediate Implant?

Introduction

Immediate full mouth implants get you in and out with fixed new teeth the same day.  Dental implants are titanium tooth roots placed in the jaw to support a strong artificial tooth or crown. AIID pioneered one of the most popular and reliable same-day full mouth dental implant treatments used today.

Explanation 

An immediate full mouth dental implant is a fixed temporary same-day implant. A frequently asked question is, “Are immediate dentures permanent?” The short answer is no. This immediate implant provides temporary teeth so you can continue to eat, smile, and enjoy life seamlessly before your final teeth are made. Your final teeth get put in later, but it is just like a normal cleaning with a few steps to clean the implant.

Patient Info 

Immediate full mouth implants get you in and out with fixed new teeth the same day!

The American Institute of Implant Dentistry pioneered one of the most popular and reliable Immediate full mouth implant treatments. An AIID surgeon can place your implant, and one of our restorative experts will give you fixed temporary implant teeth at the same appointment.

An Immediate Implant is, of course, a preferred outcome for your treatment. However, eligibility for an Immediate Implant is determined on a case-by-case basis. Our clinical experts will discuss your eligibility during your initial consultation.

Why Dental Implants

Health Benefits:

One of the most significant advantages of dental implants is that they restore full chewing ability, preventing bone loss. The implant replaces the roots and teeth, allowing chewing to return to normal, and it provides the stimulus needed for natural bone growth. Additionally, the surgery can help keep patients away from gum disease. Missing teeth can be a trap for food and bacteria and can lead to gum disease. Damage to eating function can also cause a breakdown of the GI system, resulting in malnutrition. Dental implants can go a long way to alleviate these problems.

Psychological Benefits:

Dental implants are identical to real teeth in appearance and function. Successful dental implants have no foreign body sensation in the mouth, and no metal is exposed, which is conducive to maintaining oral hygiene, comfort, and beauty, especially when restoring the function of the incisors. Being able to eat comfortably can significantly improve one’s quality of life. Besides, having good teeth gives people the confidence to smile in front of others.

Durability Benefits:

Dental implants are made to imitate the structure of natural teeth and are divided into two parts: the root and the crown. The artificial root is made of pure titanium metal, is biocompatible, and grows together with the alveolar bone, making it very strong and durable. If the surgery is done properly, the implants can last for the rest of lives.