WY Implants and Surgical Arts

Wy Implants And Surgical Arts

Best Full Mouth Dental Implants

If you already wear dentures, you may be wondering if you’re a candidate for full mouth dental implants instead.

Full Mouth Dental Implants

If you already wear dentures, you may be wondering if you’re a candidate for full mouth dental implants instead. Dental implants are an amazing breakthrough in dental prosthetics. They are permanently connected in your mouth and function like natural teeth. Instead of replacing only one or two teeth, full mouth implants are exactly what they sound like: A system for implanting a full set of teeth.

At WY Implants and Surgical Arts, Dr. Haque uses a “teeth in a day” system which ensures that you leave our office with a fully functioning new set of teeth in just one appointment.

First, she implants the artificial roots and connectors or abutments that will hold the new teeth. Full dentures (which have been created specifically for you) are then attached to the abutments, resulting in a natural looking set of teeth.

Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full Mouth Dental Implants Rock Springs Wy
Full Teeth Implant

Why Are Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Complete Teeth Implants

How Long Does The Full Mouth Implant Procedure Take?

It’s important to remember that some preparation is required before the actual implant surgery.

First, any remaining unhealthy teeth must be extracted. If you have suffered from severe bone loss, bone grafting may be necessary before implants can be put in place. So while full-mouth dental implants can be completed in one appointment, it may take several appointments to complete the entire process.

Not every patient is a good candidate for the one-day procedure. Systems that take a little longer are also available. Call one of the offices near you in Casper, Rock Springs, or Lander to learn more about getting dental implants in Wyoming.

What To Expect In Your First Appointment

All of our patients receive the same thorough and professional service, whether it is their first time to our office or they are lifetime patients.

During your initial consultation about full mouth implants, our team will make sure that all of your questions are answered. After any necessary exams and X-rays are taken, Dr. Haque will explain the entire process to you and map out a treatment plan.

At WY Implant and Surgical Arts, all testing is done in-house, so you will never be inconvenienced with appointments to other diagnostic centers.

We don’t believe in “surprise” pricing, either. All costs and payment options will be discussed before treatment begins.

What To Expect In Your First Appointment

Professional Service in First Appointment

The Benefits Of Full Mouth Dental Implants

Smiling is an essential way in which we connect to other human beings.

We strive to provide an excellent customer service experience and do our best to start your examination as quickly as possible.

New patients will need to fill out new patient paperwork.


The Benefits Of Full Mouth Dental Implants

Benefits of Full Mouth Dental Implants
Full Dental Implants Procedure

If you feel self-conscious about missing teeth or slipping dentures, it has probably affected your confidence and your smile. Perhaps the greatest advantage to dental implants is that they look and feel like natural teeth.

But a happy smile isn’t the only benefit. Additional benefits include:

For more information about the benefits of Wyoming dental implants, call our office and schedule your free consultation today.

Doctor Haque

Dr. Haque: A Top Provider For Wyoming Dental Implants

Dr. Shaziya Haque

Dr. Haque has lived in Wyoming since 2016. After her initial visit to the state, she couldn’t wait to open a practice and help her fellow locals to enjoy a fuller life with great oral health. If you’ve been searching the internet for “full mouth dental implants near me,” turn to WY Implants and Surgical Arts. Call us today for a free consultation.

Full Mouth Dental Implants Recovery And Healing

Dr. Haque uses general anesthesia (sedation) during dental implant surgeries.

Our experienced team will keep you safe and comfortable during the process. Of course, pain is subjective, but most of our patients describe the procedure as simple and relatively painless.

However, it’s important to remember that before implantation, any remaining diseased or unhealthy teeth must be removed.

Recovery can be affected by the following:

Once the final procedure is complete, very little recovery time is required. You may experience some gum soreness for the first 3 to 7 days, but with few exceptions, you will be free to eat and drink normally.

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