Full mouth restoration, Beeston
As close as it gets to natural teeth
Full mouth restoration can really change your life if you have only a few teeth or no teeth at all. Our expertise in dental implants with complete, fixed bridges means you can regain your smile and look years younger.
We’ll place several implants in precise positions in your lower and upper jaw. These will be used to secure permanent bridges in place for teeth that look and feel like the real thing. Designed to stand the test of time, you’ll be able to eat, bite and chew freely.
Ideal for restoring lost volume to your face and strengthening your jawbone in the longer term, full mouth restoration could be your perfect solution. Book a consultation to find out more.
From consultation to confident smile
We’re on hand every step of the way throughout your treatment to make sure everything’s on track. Every one of our clients is an individual, so each treatment journey is flexible and unique. But the following gives you a good guideline:
Our implant dentist will listen to your concerns and needs while assessing your suitability for dental implants. You can be certain of honest and impartial advice and we’ll encourage you to ask lots of questions. We’ll also go through costs and timings clearly and openly.
We’ll take X-rays and often a CBCT scan (3D X-ray) to determine if your jawbone is healthy and thick enough to support the implant. The CBCT scan will also help us to plan precise and optimum placement of your implants.
- The first step is to place the implants into the gum and jaw. We do this under local anaesthetic and make small holes in the jawbone where the implants are then fitted. If you feel nervous, we offer seadtion (we’ll talk about this during your consultation).
- It then takes around 2 months for your mouth to heal and for the implants to integrate with your jawbone. During this time you disguise your gaps with either a temporary denture or an acrylic retainer.
- The final step is for the full bridges and crowns to be fitted onto the implants. We’ll also check fit, comfort and match to any natural teeth.
“I had lost so many teeth over the years and hated wearing dentures. Choosing full mouth restoration was a big step for me but the team at Beeston Dental made everything straightforward. Now I feel like a new woman.”
– Vicky Marston, Beeston
Beeston Dental expertise
- Highly-experienced team with a diverse range of skills
- Combining clinical excellence with advanced technology
- Modern, comfortable clinic with a relaxed atmosphere
- Proven track record in dental implant treatment
- Finance plans available
Your questions answered
What is a dental implant?
It’s an artificial tooth root made of biocompatible materials. Placed beneath the gum line and into the jawbone, it creates a secure place for replacement teeth or bridges to be positioned.
Full mouth restoration involves the placement of several implants in both the upper and lower jaw. Full bridges are later secured to the implants.
Can anyone have dental implants?
Most people of all ages with good general health are suitable for dental implants. There are very few health conditions that contraindicate dental implant treatment but it should be noted that smoking and a history of gum disease have been shown to affect implant treatment success rates.
How long does the treatment take?
From consultation to brand new smile, dental implant treatment takes around 3-6 months. It can vary from one person to the next – we’ll discuss this during your consultation.
Does it hurt?
At Beeston Dental, we’re committed to making all of your visits as comfortable and pain and stress-free as possible. We use local anaesthetic when placing the implant into your gum and jaw to ensure no discomfort. We also offer sedation for our more nervous patients. You can ask any questions and expect honest, straightforward answers and we’ll go through each step of the treatment in detail.
How long do dental implants last?
They can last a lifetime if you care for them properly. One of their great benefits is that you look after dental implants just as you would natural teeth.
How do I care for dental implants?
Clean them using your toothbrush and interdental brushes twice a day – interdental brushes slide between the teeth and are ideal for cleaning tricky and hard-to-reach areas. Giving up smoking will help to protect your jawbone and it’s important to visit us regularly.