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Multiple Tooth Dental Implants
Palo Alto, CA

Multiple single tooth implant 3-D image at Palo Alto Oral Health. Multiple tooth implants are dental restoration devices made from titanium. We place these implants into your jaw, where they support crowns. Multiple tooth implants are a reliable way of replacing several missing teeth.

Our experts at Palo Alto Oral Health can fit these implants with bridges or crowns to give you a more natural look.

Those that have lost several teeth will benefit immensely from these oral devices as they are an excellent tooth replacement option. The titanium implant bases are strongly anchored into your jawbone, acting as tooth roots.

How Do Multiple Teeth Implants Work?

Multiple teeth implants are ideal for people with several missing teeth. The number of implants you get depends on how many teeth are missing.

It also depends on whether or not the missing teeth are next to each other and where they are located. These factors determine how multiple teeth implants will be placed in your mouth.

Generally, multiple teeth implants work the same as single implants. The only difference is that multiple ones involve several teeth.

Multiple teeth implants have a titanium base that acts as a tooth and a crown that replaces your missing teeth. The titanium base is strong enough and can withstand excessive force, just like your natural teeth.

When you come in for multiple teeth implants, we will place them and then allow three to four months for them to fuse with the surrounding bone.

This is referred to as osseointegration. The recovery process might take a little longer because several teeth are involved.

How Many Teeth Can Be Implanted At Once?

With multiple teeth implants, you can replace your entire set of teeth. This means that if you lose all of your teeth for some reason, you can count on multiple teeth implants to restore your smile.

Remember that these implants are combined with others to replace up to six teeth.

Therefore, we can implant up to six teeth at once. An implant on its own can support a maximum of three teeth, depending on their position in your mouth.

Those with several missing teeth can take advantage of these implants as they help restore your smile.

Can You Put Multiple Teeth on One Implant?

It is possible to put multiple teeth on one implant.

Depending on the state of your jawbone and gums, a single dental implant can be used to support surrounding teeth. One dental implant can support up to three artificial teeth.

This means you can replace an entire set of teeth with a few multiple teeth implants. After placing implants in your jaw, we can fit them with removable partials or fixed bridges.

While dental implants do an excellent job supporting artificial teeth, you need to take good care of them for maximum efficiency.

Maintain high standards of oral hygiene, like brushing and flossing regularly. You should also eat healthy foods to boost oral health.

Can You Have Four Dental Implants Next to Each Other?

You can have four dental implants next to each other. This is mainly done to retain multiple crowns.

Dental implants look and function like natural teeth; placing them next to each will not have negative implications. While having three dental implants next to each is recommended, you can still get four without major changes.

Implants must go deep into your jaw for greater stability and pressure distribution. Generally, three dental implants can hold four to five artificial teeth.

This means that the more teeth you need to be replaced, the higher the number of implants. Multiple teeth implants help replace missing teeth and restore your smile.

How Many Implants Does It Take To Replace All of Your Teeth?

The All-on-4® Treatment Concept uses four dental implants to support a permanent full arch on the lower or upper jaw. Keep in mind that it only takes a day to replace all new teeth.

The procedure takes only a few hours, and our experts will have the implants ready.

Several factors influence your ability to get dental implants.

For instance, you need sufficient bone mass to get implants. If you have insufficient bone mass, our experts will perform a bone grafting procedure before placing them in your mouth.

A bone graft procedure is necessary because it increases the base structure that supports the dental implant.

Am I a Candidate for Multiple Teeth Implants?

If you are missing several teeth or are tired of using other teeth replacement options like partials or dentures, you are likely to be a good candidate for multiple teeth implants.

To be a good candidate for this procedure, you should have healthy gum tissue that can support the implants.

You should also have good oral and general health to get multiple teeth implants. One of the key aspects of getting implants is ensuring you have sufficient bone density in the jaw.

Bone density is crucial because you need it to support dental implants. Suffering bone loss doesn't necessarily rule you out as a candidate for dental implants.

This is because we can perform advanced diagnostics like bone grafting to place implants in your mouth. These procedures have allowed many patients to get dental implants irrespective of their underlying health problems.

Many factors make a person not a good candidate for dental implants. For instance, smoking makes it challenging for dental implants to integrate into a person's jaw.

Chronic conditions like leukemia and diabetes may also interfere with the healing process after getting dental implants.

This is why we will thoroughly evaluate your oral health first before placing dental implants in your mouth.

Learn More By Calling Us Today!

If you have several missing teeth, our experts at will help replace them by performing a multiple teeth implant procedure.

You don't have to worry about gaps in your mouth, as implants do an excellent job of replacing missing teeth. Call (650) 321-9693 today to schedule your dental implant appointment.

Thank you for trusting us with your oral health. Give us a call at (650) 321-9693 .

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