What procedures might be needed to restore multiple teeth?
Snap-On Full Mouth Implants
Overdentures often referred to as snap-on full mouth dental implants, are dental prostheses that may be removed by the wearer and are attached to the implants with a snap.
Pros of Snap-On Full Mouth Dental Implants
- Cheaper than fixed options
- Lighter materials provide a cushion and don’t contribute as much to bone loss.
- Easier maintenance
Cons of Snap-On Full Mouth Dental Implants
- You can only taste foods well if the components are thicker.
- Compared to fixed choices, the materials could be more durable.
Fixed Bridge Restorations
For the upper and lower jaws, fixed bridge restorations are fixed to 4–8 implants permanently. The fixed hybrid bridge, fixed zirconia bridge, and All-on-4 are examples of fixed bridge restorations.
Pros of Fixed Bridge Restorations
- The support is sturdier when eating.
- The flavor is enhanced since the materials are thinner.
- The materials are longer-lasting.
Cons of Fixed Bridge Restorations
- The cost of fixed bridge restorations is higher than other restorative procedures.
- Fixed bridge restorations are hard to clean.
Teeth Shape, size, and color considerations
Shape and Size
Would you want to have longer or shorter teeth than you now have? Do you like teeth that are square or rounded? Because you’ll wear them for the rest of your life, give some thought to the size and form of your teeth. Ensure that the appearance of your smile is precisely what you desire. Your dentist will provide a suggestion, but it is ultimately your call. Bring a reference picture when you want to keep your current teeth or believe someone else’s teeth would look well on you. You provide them with a starting point, and your dentist will provide the greatest outcomes.
Most people seldom give the color of their teeth during full mouth restoration any thought. They don’t have to maintain their current tooth color. They have the option to forego getting unnaturally white teeth. You may select the precise shade of white you desire for your teeth when you receive a smile makeover.
Each dentist has several color swatches on hand. Please look at the color samples to choose the hue you like. The ideal way to view color is in neutral lighting since artificial lighting can hide the real hue, which may lead to surprising results.