Perhaps because of trauma, decay, or other unfortunate circumstances, you’re missing all or most of your teeth. You may find it difficult to chew food and embarrassing to smile. You could even face long-term health consequences because of your damaged smile. What can you do to reclaim your confidence and bolster your oral health? Please come talk to us about how we can restore your teeth with dental implants. We may recommend our Brand New Smile system or a more traditional implant-retained denture.
The Brand New Smile System
Many folks would like to have dental implants, but they aren’t candidates for the procedure because they’ve already suffered too much bone loss in their jaw. However, thanks to our innovative Brand New Smile system, even patients who can’t receive traditional implants can still experience all the benefits of a sturdy, restored smile.
We strategically place the implants at the back and front of the mouth, where the bone is naturally thicker and sturdier. The procedure only takes a day, and it’s painless since you’ll be asleep while we’re working. When you wake up, you’ll have a “Brand New Smile!”
After you’ve had some time to heal from the surgery, you’ll be the proud owner of a permanent, restored smile.
The Brand New Smile system provides you with an implant-retained denture in a way that is fast and effective. However, we also offer a more traditional approach to full-mouth reconstruction.
A regular implant-retained denture is like a regular denture, except that instead of resting on the gums, it’s supported by implants. The implants securely hold the denture in place, meaning that you won’t have to worry about embarrassing slips or painful sores from your prosthetic teeth. The implants will help to fortify your jaw, preventing bone loss and preserving the natural shape of your face. Additionally, an implant-retained denture offers a stronger bite force than a regular denture — feel free to dig into that juicy steak!
The entire process for getting an implant-retained denture may take four to six months because your body will need time to heal after your implant placement surgery. The wait is well worth it!
Ready to Learn More?
If you would like to regain the smile you’ve been missing, your first step should be to schedule a consultation your implant dentist in Lake in the Hills. We’ll examine your mouth, take some X-rays, and recommend a treatment that is right for your situation. If it looks like implants are the way to go, we’ll discuss the timeline for your treatment, answer all of your questions, and talk to you about the costs associated with your new teeth.
Extensive tooth loss can put a damper on your life and endanger your health, but thanks to full-mouth reconstruction, you may not be far away from once again having a complete smile!
About the Dentist
Dr. Tim Stirneman has devoted countless hours to learning the art of restoring smiles with dental implants. He is a true expert in his field, and he would be pleased to help you reclaim your oral health and your appearance. You are welcome to contact our office at 847-854-7645.