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Full-Arch Restoration

For a Better and More Functional Smile

The way your smile functions and looks can make a huge impact on your everyday life and self-esteem. Our team at Westwood Oral Surgery & Dental Implants can offer those who have missing or failing teeth a full-arch restoration procedure. This is a long term solution that can restore all of your teeth after a singular surgical visit.

Drs. Seeger, Gleason, and Inverso are board-certified surgical experts who specialize in restoring teeth and implant dentistry. We are able to achieve amazing clinical outcomes and improve the health of our patients through the use of our high technology 3D imaging. There are many options to implant-based tooth restorations that will give you the healthy and beautiful smile you desire. Contact our practice today if you are looking for a solution to your missing teeth.

The Benefits of Full-Arch Restoration

So many patients have enjoyed the many benefits of full-arch restoration:

  • Complete your smile
  • Restore facial balance
  • Eat the foods you love
  • Prevent jaw bone loss
  • Easy to maintain
  • Custom size, shape, and color for a natural-looking smile
  • Can last a lifetime with proper care

Full-Arch Restoration Surgery

At the time of your first visit, your surgeon will take 3D scans of your mouth, face, and jaws. With the use of our advanced surgical planning and imaging technology, we create plans to ensure safety and accuracy during your implant placement. Our team will walk you through all of your treatment options and steps for your procedure. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are all qualified to administer any form of anesthesia and sedation. For full-arch replacement surgery, most of our patients undergo IV sedation.

On the day of your procedure, we will administer the chosen anesthesia and wait for the effects to take place. If there are teeth that need to be extracted, your oral surgeon will start there. The dental implants will then be surgically inserted and a temporary prosthesis will be attached to the implants.

Types of Anesthesia

At Westwood Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, we offer several types of anesthesia and sedation options.

Have an Exceptional Patient Experience

Get exceptional oral surgery care from board-certified oral surgeons you can trust. Contact Westwood Oral Surgery & Dental Implants to schedule a consultation.