Years of damage may have diminished the appearance and health of your smile. But what if we told you that we can restore your entire smile in just two visits?
That’s right! Chewing no longer has to be a challenge, and you don’t have to be embarrassed to smile.
If you are living with missing or badly damaged teeth, call Dr. Ace at Jovan Prosthodontics. He specializes in the replacement of teeth, so you can trust that your dental restoration will look and feel great.
All-On-4 Dental Implants: Smile With Confidence
Though dental implants are a popular way to replace single teeth that are missing, they can also help you if you’re looking to replace an entire upper or lower set.
First, let’s go over some basics about dental implants. A dental implant is a small post made of biocompatible titanium — the same metal used for hip replacements, pacemakers, and more. It is inserted into the gums and acts as an artificial root, the part of your tooth that secures it to your jawbone.
That is why dental implants are praised for their security and durability. In time, the dental implant fuses to your bone, just like a real tooth!
The dental implant is topped with an abutment, which holds your dental restoration (which replaces the visible portion of the tooth) in place.
When you’re looking to replace a single tooth, the dental implant will be topped with a crown. But replacing an entire set of teeth this way would be expensive and require a lot of chair time.
Don’t worry, though! Dental implants can also anchor prosthetics replacing multiple teeth, including a full dental arch of artificial teeth.
All-On-4® dental implants is a great way to do this. This procedure involves placing just four dental implants to anchor a full-arch prosthetic.
Because your restoration can only be removed by a dentist, it’s as close as you can get to a brand new set of teeth!
Dental Implant Dentures: Convenience With Security
What if you’re looking for the security that dental implants offer but want to be able to remove your prosthetic yourself? Maybe you want something similar to traditional dentures but with without the sticky adhesive.
Dental implant dentures might be a great fit for you!
There are two types of dental implant dentures, and we offer both of them:
- Implant-retained dentures fasten directly to your dental implants using ball attachments.
- Implant-supported dentures consist of a metal bar between two dental implants. The denture has a special attachment that slides under the bar and snaps into place.
At Jovan Prosthodontics, we create your custom replacement teeth on-site in our in-house lab! This cuts down on the time between your initial appointment and when we’re able to give you a beautiful smile.
In fact, we offer same-day dental implant-retained dentures! With our “Teeth In One Day” services you can walk into our office without any teeth and walk out with a full set.
Dentures: A Modern Take On An Old Favorite
If you are considering traditional dentures, we offer those too! We provide high-quality dentures that are made especially for you right here in our office.
When you come to Jovan Prosthodontics for your full set of dentures, you’ll be heavily involved in their creation, from selecting the teeth to interacting with the technician to ensure the best possible fit! You won’t find that in many other offices.
Call Today To Reclaim Your Smile
We love helping patients with a full-mouth reconstruction because it is such a dramatic transformation. There’s of course a cosmetic component, but it goes far beyond that!
Replacing your missing teeth will make it possible for you to enjoy the foods you love and to no longer be self-conscious about missing or broken teeth. Reclaiming your smile also means reclaiming your confidence and your quality of life!
If you’re thinking about full-mouth reconstruction, consider Jovan Prosthodontics for high-quality care in the area of Sun City, Georgetown, and Terra Vista. You’ll feel comfortable with Dr. Ace, who is highly regarded in his field. He is the only dentist in the world to receive a Master Certificate in Dental Technology (MCDT) from the National Board for Certification in Dental Technology!