All Missing Teeth

For edentulous jaw, there are several options in replacing all missing teeth with teeth implants.

Full jaw teeth implants include

  1. dental implant full bridges
  2. dental implant dentures

All Missing Teeth

  • Conventional dental implants
  • Locator mini-implants
  1. All-on-4 dental implants
  2. zygoma dental implants (upper jaw only)

Each teeth implants option has its respective benefits. Click on links for more information on each Full jaw teeth implants option.

  • How do I choose my implant options?
  • Dental Implant Bridges
  • Dental Implant Dentures 
  • Immediate Function Implants with Hybrid Bridge
  • Zygoma Implants

 

How do I choose my implant options?

Each oral implant options has its benefits and limitations.

The final oral implant options suited for you will need to be discussed and agreed between you and you’re dentist. Factors that may affect you’re final oral implant choices include:

  1. Bone and oral condition
  2. Final prosthetics (removable or fixed)
  3. Budget
  4. Timeline Time-to-teeth and Treatment
  5. Maintenance and post care

ull Jaw Oral Options

Bone condition

Final prosthetics

Budget

Time

Maintenance

Dental Implant Bridges

Good anterior bone/
Good posterior bone

Fixed bridges

high

2 trips

Easy care as per normal teeth

Dental Implant Dentures

Good front bone/
Moderate posterior bone

removable dentures

low

2 trips

Periodic adjustments

Immediate Function Implants with Hybrid Bridge

Good front bone/
Moderate to posterior bone resorption

Fixed hybrid bridges

medium

1 trip (with sufficient bone)
2 trips (malo protocol & insufficient bone)

Periodic adjustments

Zygoma Implants

Good front bone Posterior bone resorption

Fixed hybrid bridges

high

1 trip (with sufficient bone)
2 trips (malo protocol & insufficient bone)

Periodic adjustments