Replacement of all teeth (upper and/or lower jaw)

Treatment

There are various treatment options to replace all teeth:

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Fig. 1: An Implant-supported row of teeth which is anchored in the jaw by several Implants
Fig. 2 and 3: An Implant-supported prosthesis which can be removed for oral hygiene

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Advantage

Both solutions are designed to offer more stability and comfort than conventional removable dentures. Patients can therefore benefit from natural looking teeth that allow them to once again speak, eat, kiss and smile normally again.

 

Replacement of Full Upper Arch with Implant-retained Fixed Bridge (cemented in):

Replacement of Full Upper Arch with Implant-retained Fixed Bridge (cemented in):

 

Replacement of Full Upper Arch with Implant-retained Removable Bridge:

Replacement of Full Upper Arch with Implant-retained Removable Bridge

 

Replacement of Full Upper Arch with Implant-retained Denture:

Replacement of Full Upper Arch with Implant-retained Denture


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