Missing all or most of your teeth? Being toothless is no longer the life sentence it used to be. While traditional dentures can do the job, nothing can match dental implants in terms of durability, beauty, and function. Full mouth dental implants give you the opportunity to get a completely new set of teeth in just a single visit! With an award-winning multispeciality staff comprised of prosthodontists, a board-certified periodontist—both specialties recognized as dental implant specialists—as well as an endodontist and a general dentist with extensive implant experience, Dental Partners of Brookline is the practice of choice for dental implant placement and restoration. We use dental implants from the top manufacturer in the business to provide you with natural-looking, long-lasting results. What’s more, we offer multiple financing options to put your stunning, healthy new smile within reach.
We determine if full mouth dental implants are the best solution for you in a personalized consultation at our Brookline, MA office, where we can discuss your smile goals, financing, and more. Once we establish a treatment plan, we’ll schedule you for the procedure. After you’ve been numbed with anesthesia, our team will surgically implant as few as four implants per arch of teeth into your jaws—the minimum number required to support a full implant bridge. Your bridges will be customized to fit you for optimal comfort and esthetics, and we can generally provide a set the same day so that you can leave with a fully functional smile. No more embarrassment of being toothless and slurring your speech. No more adhering to a soft-food diet!
Sometimes we may need to perform additional procedures to get your mouth into the right condition before placing your dental implants. For instance, we will have to remove any remaining decayed teeth you have to make space for implants. We can typically perform all necessary tooth extractions during the same appointment that we place your full arch dental implants. In many cases, decayed or missing teeth result in deterioration of the underlying bone. If your jaw has begun to decay, we can rebuild your bone volume and strength through a bone grafting procedure before beginning the process of restoring your smile, your confidence, and your quality of life!
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