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At 772 Implant, our team of experienced professionals provide full teeth replacement using the latest technology to guarantee success. If you are unsure whether you would be an appropriate candidate for the procedure or would like to find out more about it, read on for a comprehensive overview of the benefits, information about the procedure and other considerations.

What are Full Mouth Dental Implants?

Full mouth dental implants are the replacement of a complete set of upper or lower teeth (known as an arch) using implants. This involves a procedure in which implants are placed into your jaw and attached like screws. The screws are made of titanium, a metal that is highly biocompatible with the human body. This procedure is also sometimes referred to as “all on 6 dental implants”, or full arch implants.

Full teeth replacements are completed right in our office in Stuart, Florida by Dr. James Horan, who is board certified in dental implant surgery. Dr. Horan makes patients feel at ease with his expertise, and friendly demeanor. Along with his team of specialists, Dr. Horan provides extremely high-quality dental implants at a reasonable cost.

Our experienced and qualified team have perfected this procedure and work efficiently to provide fast and flawless results. Once the procedure is complete, patients walk away with teeth that feel and function just like natural teeth.

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Why Consider Full Mouth Dental Implants?

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If you are missing all or most of your teeth, full mouth dental implants may be an ideal option for you. Dental implants are the next best thing to having your original, natural teeth. There are many reasons to consider this procedure.

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[IMPROVE SPEECH]

When you speak, your muscles and oral structures (i.e. lips, teeth, tongue etc.) all work together. In short, there is a lot going on behind the scenes. Therefore, when teeth - an essential oral structure – are missing, your speech production may be affected. If you have school-aged children, you know all too well how their word pronunciation changes when they start to lose their baby teeth. This can affect how well you communicate, and lead to self esteem issues.

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[PREVENT FACIAL ASYMMETRY]

Many who lose a significant number of teeth are surprised to learn that their whole face changed its shape. This is because your jawbone is stimulated by the roots of your teeth while chewing. When you are no longer using the roots ingrained in your jawbone, the bone matter will start to degrade. Your jawbone will lose its shape and shrink as a result. Dental implants will help to maintain your natural facial symmetry and prevent unexpected (and potentially embarrassing) changes to your face.

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[RESTORE YOUR SMILE]

Many patients rejoice at finally seeing a complete smile after having full dental implants. A lot of those who choose to proceed have been missing teeth for several years and have either forgotten or have never known what it is like to take pride in their teeth.

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[REGAIN FUNCTION]

If you have missing teeth, you know what it feels like to have to adapt the way you eat and chew to compensate for the extra spaces. You may have even forgotten what it is like to be able to chew normally with a full set of healthy teeth, and without pain. Full mouth implants can get you back to eating whatever you want, without worrying about whether you will be able to chew your food properly.

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[KEEP YOUR JAW HEALTHY]

As you might have guessed, deteriorating bone matter in the jawbone no longer can provide a strong foundation for your teeth. Implants will prevent a major decline in jaw health.

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[LONG-TERM RESULTS]

Full arch dental implants are the best long-term investment for your oral health. These implants are made to last indefinitely, eliminating the need for future replacements.

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What To Expect During a Full Teeth Replacement Procedure

First, before we start the process of full mouth implants, our specialized implant team will develop a custom treatment plan to ensure your unique needs are addressed. Once we have determined the best course of action, we will:

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Determine Implant Placement

Precisely determine the optimum placement for your implant by placing virtual implants into a digital version of your mouth. This is done with our advanced computer guided treatment software. We will then make adjustments to the digital version until we determine the best implant placement for you.

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Physically Place Implants

Next, we will transform your digital treatment plan into a physical custom template. This allows us to place your implants with precision. These implants are small titanium posts that are placed in the jawbone, and act as artificial tooth roots.

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Healing Process 4-6 Months

As you heal, the titanium will bond with your bone and provide a solid foundation for artificial teeth.

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Apply New Artificial Teeth to Implants

After your implants have settled and your mouth has a chance to heal, we will place your new artificial teeth.

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All-on-6 Payment Plans Available

Implant + Crown + Prosthesis

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Full Permanent Implants in One Day.

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Chew your food with happiness.

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Am I a Good Candidate For a New Set of Teeth?

While full mouth implants are a great solution for many people with missing teeth, not everyone is suitable for the procedure. The best way to find out is to schedule an appointment, and have our experts assess your individual situation, and come up with a plan that works best for you.

Some factors that may exclude you from being able to have the procedure include:

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[Gum Disease]

Gum health is important to ensure that the implant procedure will succeed, and that your jawbone will hold them in place.

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[Smoking]

Tobacco products such as cigarettes contain harmful chemicals that cause a slew of oral issues, such as drying out your mouth, causing gums to recede and damaging the tissues in your mouth. This can increase the risk of your gums and roots encountering bacteria.

Smoking also slows down the ability of your body to heal and weakens your immune systems defenses. Additionally, smokers have a much higher risk of their implants failing to fuse to the bone properly as opposed to nonsmokers. These factors make it more likely for doctors to bar smokers from full mouth dental implants.

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[Genetic Factors]

Certain genetic disorders can interfere with the success of full mouth dental implants.

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[Other Health Issues]

Certain chronic health disorders such as diabetes or heart disease may preclude some individuals from being able to get mouth implants

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Dentures vs. Full Mouth Implants

Some people opt for upper or lower denture implants over full mouth implants due to cost, not wanting to have a procedure done, or simply not knowing about the benefits of full mouth implants. Some of the reasons why full arch dental implants may be a better option include:

Maintenance costs

While dentures may cost less than implants initially, there are other ongoing costs associated. Dentures usually need to be replaced every few years. You will also need to keep a supply of cleaning solution and adhesives. Full mouth dental implants are a better long-term investment, and many agree that they are worth the one-time cost.

Improved self-esteem

Dentures are secured in the mouth with adhesive material. If not applied properly, it is possible for them to slip out of place. This can be a source of embarrassment, especially if you’re out in public. Dental implants are a permanent fixture and will not fall out of place.

Ease of care

As mentioned previously, dentures need adhesives to put in place. They also need to be taken out at night, cleaned after eating and brushed daily. Dental implants are much faster and easier to care for.

What Are The Risks of All on Six Dental Implants?

Full mouth dental implant procedures are considered very safe. They are made from titanium, which is a material that is fully biocompatible with your body. This combined with the expertise of our highly qualified professionals makes the odds for negative effects very slim.

Some possible risks that may occur very rarely include:


  • Infection of the implant site.
  • Damage to the surrounding structure (like other teeth or blood vessels).
  • Nerve damage.

While these risks may seem troublesome, when they do occur, they are often minor and very treatable.

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Full Mouth Dental Implants Most Common Questions

What is the recovery time for full mouth dental implants?

Many people return to work the next day, making the recovery time very manageable. The healing process for full arch implants, however, can vary significantly. There are several different factors that might affect the time it takes to heal from the process, such as:

  • Type of implants.
  • The quality of bone in your jaw, and how well your implants bond with it.
  • How well you follow your after-care instructions.
  • Your body’s ability to heal.

All factors considered; it can take your mouth anywhere from 4-6 months to heal from the surgery.

How long does it take to complete full arch dental implants?

This computer-guided advanced implant technology enables us to restore your smile in just one hour!

How do I care for my new implants?

Your implant specialist team will provide you with thorough instructions to give you the best chance of healing efficiently. Following these instructions carefully will greatly impact your recovery process.

Once your implants are healed, consider your dental implants your real teeth in the sense that the maintenance is nearly identical. Regular brushing, flossing, dental check-ups and cleanings will ensure optimal health for your new smile. As long as you maintain good oral hygiene, the implants will last forever.

How long do dental implants last?

Our carefully constructed implants are exceptionally durable and made to last for life.  Choosing our full mouth dental replacement procedure will transform your smile forever.

Do full mouth implants hurt?

Dental implants are considered a surgical procedure, which everyone tolerates differently. As you will be numbed during the process, you should not feel pain during the actual procedure. Some people report minor pain throughout the recovery period, while others may have little to no discomfort at all.

Can I afford full mouth dental implants?

In addition to being the most qualified and experienced implant specialist in the area, Dr. Horan is also the most affordable. At 772 Implant, we believe this life-changing procedure should be as accessible and cost-efficient as possible.

The cost will depend on the type of procedure. However, whether you need a traditional full replacement, full arch bridge, or fixed implant bridge, we strive to be within your budget while providing exemplary service.

If the cost of full mouth dental implants is still a concern for you, we encourage you to inquire about our other payment options available for your convenience.

Do you accept my insurance plan?

Yes! Our office accepts most insurance PPO plans. Contact our office for our list of accepted plans.

Your coverage will depend on your individual plan. Contact your insurance company to find out if they will cover your procedure.

Dr. Horan is Board Certified in Dental Implant Surgery