Whole arch replacement dental implants in Northampton

The most permanent & lifelike solution to replacing a whole arch of missing teeth

Whole Arch Replacement From £144 Per Month
World leading implants

World leading implants

Highly experienced clinicians

Highly experienced clinicians

A lifetime warranty

A lifetime warranty

Life changing results

Life changing results

Exceptional aftercare and service as standard

Exceptional aftercare and service as standard

Whole Arch Replacement From £144 Per Month

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The power of whole-arch replacements

Whole-arch replacements are used when most or all of the teeth on the upper or lower jaw need replacing. There are several whole-arch replacement options to consider depending on your individual requirements.

Natural

These days, whole arch replacements can look so natural it's virtually impossible to tell they aren't real teeth

Cost-effective

Replacing a whole arch of teeth uses fewer implants than individual implants, making it far more cost-effective

Functional

Replacing missing teeth with a whole arch of implants means you can go back to eating what you couldn't with dentures

Whole-arch replacements replace an entire jaw of teeth. The most common forms of whole-arch replacements are known as All-on-4 and All-on-6, and these names refer to the number of dental implants used for the procedure. A major benefit of whole-arch replacements is that they are cost-effective, attractive and functional. They are much more affordable than single dental implants, whilst also looking and working better than traditional removable dentures.

Whole-arch replacements use either 4 or 6 dental implant screws. These are generally made of titanium coated with acrylic, meaning that they are both strong and hygienic. The teeth themselves are generally made of zirconia with a porcelain veneer, with zirconia being used for its strength and porcelain for its aesthetic qualities.

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The power of whole-arch replacements

Pros & cons

Here is a quick guide to the pros and cons of the whole-arch replacement procedure

Pros

  • A whole-arch replacement is cost-effective

    A whole-arch replacement is cost-effective

    A whole-arch replacement is a cost-effective way to replace one or both arches of missing teeth

  • Whole-arch replacements look just like real teeth

    Whole-arch replacements look just like real teeth

    You won't have to be self-conscious about your smile anymore, as whole-arch replacements will look just like real teeth

  • Whole-arch replacements function just like real teeth

    Whole-arch replacements function just like real teeth

    You will be able to go back to eating what you like and will no longer be restricted by loose-fitting dentures

  • The whole-arch procedure is quick and simple

    Even though replacing a whole arch of teeth may seem like a huge procedure, it is actually relatively quick and straightforward

  • The results of a whole-arch procedure are long-lasting

    Whole-arch dental implants are considered to be the most permanent solution to missing teeth and can last up to 25 years

Cons

  • The whole-arch procedure is more expensive than regular dentures

    The whole-arch procedure is more expensive than regular dentures

    A whole-arch replacement is more expensive than traditional dentures, although it does last longer and work better

  • The whole-arch procedure does involve surgery

    You will have to undergo surgery for the whole-arch replacement

Whole-arch replacements procedure

There are many different types of dental implants on offer to make sure you can achieve the smile you’re looking for. Your dentist will advise and prescribe a treatment depending on your individual dental requirements.

Consultation

Consultation

At the consultation, your dentist will assess your mouth, including the health of your gums, to ensure you are suitable for having a whole-arch replacement. Your dentist will explain the procedure to you, so you are able to decide whether or not you want to go ahead with the whole-arch replacements treatment.

Laboratory

Laboratory

The length of your appointment will depend on which whole-arch replacement procedure you choose as it should take 2.5 to 4 hours per arch. It is quite common to have two whole-arch replacement procedures done on the same day with a procedure called Teeth in a Day. Even if you do not have Teeth in a Day, you may wish to keep a whole day clear for the whole-arch replacement procedure to allow you plenty of time to recover from the anaesthetic.

Fitted whole-arch replacement

Fitted whole-arch replacement

During the implant fitting, your dentist will make either 4 or 6 holes in your jaw for the implants. If they use 4 holes, there will be 2 at the front and 2 at the back. If they use 6, they will be spaced across the arch at roughly equal distances. The holes will be fitted with dental implant screws. If 4 are used, the back 2 dental implant screws will be tilted, but if 6 are used they will be fitted at right angles to your jaw. Abutments will be placed on top of these and then these will be topped with your overdenture. You will be fitted with a temporary overdenture, usually made from a resin. Using a temporary overdenture helps to limit the amount of pressure on your jaws while they are healing.

Healing time

Healing time

The full healing process generally takes about 6 months. During this time, you will need to be very careful with your dental implants and overdenture. As advised by your dentist, you may need to avoid certain foods whilst healing and you should give up smoking.

Whole-arch replacements at MyClinique

At MyClinique, we regularly fit patients with whole-arch replacements in Northampton. We pride ourselves on our extremely high success rate for dental implants, ensuring they last for as long as possible.

Is a whole-arch replacement right for me?

Whole-arch replacements are perfect for
  • Replacing a large number of missing teeth
  • Creating a natural-looking smile
  • Restoring functionality
  • Preserving bone density within the jaw

A whole-arch replacement is a cost-effective solution to replacing either one or both arches of teeth. Whether you opt for All-on-4, All-on-6 or Teeth in a Day, your whole-arch replacement will look just like real teeth and nobody will be able to tell you have a whole arch of dental implants in your mouth.

Is a whole-arch replacement right for me?

Whole-arch replacements pricing

Whole-arch replacements pricing From £144 Per Month

Whole-arch replacements are more cost-effective than single dental implants or even multiple dental implants. Whole-arch replacements do cost more than dentures, but they also last longer.

What’s more, it’s possible for you to pay for your treatment in convenient instalments using a dental finance plan. This spreads the cost of your treatment over a longer period of time.

View our pricing page to see our full list of prices, including the cost for whole-arch replacements in Northampton.

Whole-arch replacements pricing From £144 Per Month
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