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Multiple Tooth Implants – Jacksonville, FL

Replacing All of Your Missing Teeth at Once

Losing one tooth is problematic; losing multiple teeth or all of your teeth is absolutely debilitating. While there are plenty of options for replacing them, most treatments only focus on the parts of the teeth that are normally visible. Dental implants are the only way to restore the entire structure of a tooth – roots and all. The end result is a gleaming smile that will last for decades and won’t slip at inconvenient moments. If you have a missing arch or a sizable gap that needs to be filled, call the Carlson Dental Group today to schedule a consultation.

Senior couple leaning and smiling with multiple dental implants in Jacksonville, FL

Non-Implant Tooth Replacement Options

Full dentures and partial dentures on white table

It’s important to consider all of your options when it comes to replacing teeth. For patients who don’t want or can’t get implants, we can also offer:

  • A Crown and Bridge: Dental bridges are used to replace one to three missing teeth in a row and are an excellent option for patients looking for a minimally invasive treatment.
  • Partial Dentures: These restorations can be used to replace multiple teeth throughout your mouth. Each one is specially customized so that it will fit perfectly in the gaps in your smile.
  • Full Dentures: Made from a gum-colored base and dazzling prosthetic teeth, full dentures are generally the treatment of choice when you’ve lost all or most of your teeth. As long as they’ve been properly designed and fitted, they’ll stay in place with natural suction.

The Dental Implant Process

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If you think dental implants are the best solution for your missing teeth, your first step is to schedule a consultation with the Carlson Dental Group. After determining whether you’re a candidate, we’ll take a number of 3D scans of your bite to figure out how many implants you’ll need and where they’ll need to be placed. Once we’ve figured out the details, we’ll set a date for your implant surgery. This involves making a series of small incisions in your mouth before carefully placing the implant posts. Several months later, after the gums and jaw have healed completely, we can design and attach a crown, bridge, partial, full denture depending on your unique needs.

Benefits of Implant-Retained Dental Prosthetics

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  • They can be placed without removing enamel from your natural teeth, and they’ll keep the underlying jawbone healthy.
  • They look and feel natural in your mouth once they have fully integrated with the bone and have been restored.
  • They do not have to be removed at bedtime or for regular cleanings.
  • The implants themselves can last for 30 or more years as long as you take good care of them.