The oral rehabilitation treatment allows the recovery of the complete denture without the need to use a complete removable prosthesis during the months of healing of the implants.

An oral rehabilitation consists of restoring dental pieces by means of dental prosthesis treatments or inlays and onlays. Both are restorations that are fabricated with materials of a color and texture very similar to the original enamel. The difference between the two is that dental inlays are used to cover only the eroded area of a tooth, while dentures cover the entire tooth and are known as a “crown” or “bridge”.

Complete denture replacement with implants

Unlike other treatments, full denture rehabilitation with dental implants is about fixing complete arches. Here we do not fix tooth by tooth, but work on all the teeth of the maxillary arch (above), the jaw (below) or even both arches.

When all the teeth are extracted, the dentist has the entire alveolar ridge of the jaw at his disposal, so he can select those areas with the greatest amount of bone to insert the implants more safely.

The complete provisional prosthesis joins all the dental implants together, which allows the loads to be distributed among all the implants during the healing process. This minimizes the load applied to each of the implants to achieve an optimal result.

The techniques of All on 4 y All on 6 dental implants allow people who suffer a total or partial loss of teeth to have a full-arch dental prosthesis fixed on four dental implants, in the case of All on Four, or six, in the case of All on Six, on the same day of the intervention.

With quick-loading implants, the patient has a functional prosthesis while the implants continue their osseointegration process.

How is a complete denture implant performed?

The process of oral rehabilitation and implantation of a complete denture is nowadays easy and fast.

  1. Initial diagnosis. Our prosthodontic specialists perform the relevant tests and analyses, both digital and conventional, to gather all the information necessary to design the best treatment.
  2. Treatment design. With all this information, the treatment and techniques to be used to rehabilitate the denture are planned.
  3. Sanitation. Gum problems and cavities are treated, teeth that cannot be preserved are extracted.
  4. Surgical intervention. Bone regeneration operations, bone grafting and the placement of pre-planned dental implants are performed.
  5. Dental Implants. The prosthesis (crowns) are placed on the implants.

Advantages of complete oral rehabilitation