Multiple tooth replacement is a world wide growth sector. Patients are happy to have teeth which mimic nature, function better than dentures and stay stable over a long period of time.
The principles of Dental Implant placement and restoration are similar to those employed for single tooth replacement. Often fewer implants can be placed than the number of teeth being provided to the patient. But this is not a hard and fast rule for Dental Implants. The human jaw bones have different bone density in along their bodies.
The upper jaw has softer bone than the lower. The areas further back in the upper jaw are softer. The lower jaw has harder bone and the front parts are stronger bone than the back. With these general parameters there is individual variance among human beings. If the Dental Implants have great initial stability they can receive teeth earlier.
In some cases teeth can be placed immediately as soon as the Dental Implants are placed. In most instances these are prototype teeth. The final teeth follow later. The cost of these cases are patient specific. We encourage you to contact us and obtain one on one knowledge pertinent to your individual case of dental implants. Every patient is unique.