If you’ve been struggling to live a healthy and functional life because of your decayed or missing teeth, you have options for restoring your smile. With our full mouth rehabilitation, we can erase years of bad teeth, poor oral health, weakened physical health, and low self-consciousness—often in a single surgical appointment!
Our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Nikki Green, and our implant dentist, Dr. Robert Leedy, have decades of combined experience in placing and restoring dental implants using state-of-the-art technology and materials. And, as active members of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the American College of Oral Implantology, they’re continuously incorporating the latest techniques and technologies to make your treatment process as efficient, comfortable, and predictable as possible. We provide removable dentures as an option, but we encourage you to learn more about implant supported dentures and full mouth dental implants in Fort Worth, TX, two solutions that can restore your smile’s health and function long-term. And get you back to eating the foods you love, feeling confident in your smile, and living a healthier quality of life.
At Fort Worth Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, we’re pleased to offer three solutions for replacing all your failing or missing teeth: removable dentures, implant supported dentures, and permanent full mouth dental implants. Dentures, though the least expensive option, aren’t a long-term solution and may cause more problems than they solve over time. Implant supported dentures are dentures attached to dental implants that provide greater stability and function. Full mouth dental implants are the ultimate in full arch rehabilitation, permanently replacing all your falling or missing teeth with a fixed bridge of teeth attached to four or more dental implants. While dentures seem like the “quick fix” for missing teeth, it’s important to know that healthier and more permanent solutions exist! Our cosmetic and implant dentists are specifically trained in dental implants and have years of experience placing and restoring dental implants. We invite you to learn about the process of receiving dental implants—a long-lasting, functional, and healthy alternative to removable dentures.
The journey to a completely new smile is often both an exciting and overwhelming process for our patients. We want to ensure that your new smile is one of the best investments you can make in your confidence and your health! Our team has achieved advanced levels of training and skill in order to provide this for you. At your consultation, we’ll begin creating your personalized treatment plan, customized to your unique situation. In our photo studio, we’ll capture your smile, and your personality, and use this as a reference to design a virtual representation of your new smile. You’ll be able to see a transformation before treatment even begins! Next, we’ll take CBCT scans of your mouth to assess the health and density of your jawbone. These high-quality, 3D images are the foundation of your treatment and will aid us in planning your surgery, creating your custom surgical guide, and designing your final set of permanent teeth. By using these same high-resolution scans as a reference, we can ensure that every step of your treatment complements the next, providing you with a superior and long-lasting outcome.
We’ll be placing two or more dental implants into your jawbone. Our digital planning and surgical guides make this surgery minimally invasive and efficient. They only require local numbing, but we’ll be sure you are resting comfortably with additional sedation if needed. Dr. Leedy first extracts any remaining teeth before placing your dental implants using your custom surgical guide. This will direct us to place the implants in the best locations in your jaw to take advantage of your existing healthy bone. Combining this strategic positioning with superior quality implant materials from long-standing manufacturers like Nobel Biocare™ and Straumann®, we provide the ideal environment for long-term success and outstanding restorative outcomes. In virtually all cases, we’re able to attach a temporary set of teeth or reline your denture at this appointment, which will let you function comfortably with a natural-looking smile during your healing phase.
Your mouth needs a few months to fully heal and for your jawbone to fuse around your dental implants. Once healed, your dental implants will be as strong and durable as natural, healthy tooth roots. During this recovery phase, Dr. Green is custom designing your final restoration, if you’ve elected to receive full mouth dental implants. This restoration will be milled from a solid block of titanium-reinforced acrylic material, some of the strongest and most life-like material used for creating fixed bridges of teeth. She’ll design your set of teeth to be perfectly fitted to your mouth to maximize its function and overall aesthetics. When you return to our office for this appointment, we’ll remove your temporary set of teeth, make any final adjustments, then permanently fix this new bridge of teeth to your dental implants. You’ll leave our office with teeth that will never fall out, stain, or decay. Enjoy a life full of your favorite foods, socializing happily with others, and feeling confident and attractive in your smile!
Our implant supported dentures fee starts at $16,000. Our full mouth dental implants (or, complete fixed implant bridge) fee starts at $23,000. All our full arch treatments include non-IV sedation, extraction of remaining teeth, bone grafts, implant surgery, advanced healing techniques, implant locators or abutments, a denture, or a temporary and final titanium-reinforced acrylic bridge. Our full mouth rehabilitation with dental implants is certainly an investment in your smile. But we’re committed to helping you afford treatment with our in-house membership club and third-party financing options. If you don’t think full mouth rehabilitation is within your budget, please contact our team today! We have helped many patients afford these life-changing solutions, and we can help you, too.