Full-Smile Treatment | SEAFORTH ORAL SURGERY, MONTREAL
A whole new smile: all it takes is one day
Do you ever find yourself missing out on great food, good company, or simply feeling you’re ‘holding back’ from being your true self because of a few too many missing teeth? Are you tired of that feeling? If so, we want to help.
As the leading oral surgeons in Montreal, we are excited to offer the latest in dental solutions with our Complete Full-Smile Treatment: a revolutionary way of changing your smile, and life, in a single day.
What is a ‘Full-Smile Treatment?’
The beauty of the Full-Smile Treatment lies in its simplicity. Combining the latest technology and multiple treatment steps, a complete full-arch treatment replaces a whole set of teeth along the upper and/or lower jaw with just one, permanent, arch implant (per jaw). It is permanent because an arch is installed with four titanium implants, a material that fuses to your living bone and functions as part of it.
Full-Smile Treatment is based on Pro Arch technology that is very similar to All-on-4 Treatment. If you have lost all the teeth in one or both of the arches, it gives you a permanent set of fully functioning teeth that are easy to take care of and nearly identical to your natural teeth.
Can I really receive a Full-smile treatment in a day?
Most definitely! In years past, only multiple-visit procedures or high-maintenance temporary options were available; today, the Full-Smile Treatment exists specifically to overcome those time restrictions. At Seaforth Oral Surgery we are able to provide you with a complete solution all under one roof.
Think of it as building a new, strong house on a solid foundation as opposed to undergoing multiple renovation jobs… instead of having individual implants for each tooth needing replacement, a complete, full-arch is installed on your jaw in one sitting.
Am I a candidate for a single-day Full-Smile treatment?
There are the two main criteria needed to determine if you are a candidate for a Full-Smile treatment:
- The first consideration is the status and quantity of your actual remaining teeth. (We ideally would like you to try to save your existing teeth if possible.)
- If you are suffering because you have very few or no teeth at all, the next point to consider is the amount of bone present in your affected jaw.
In order to answer these questions, we are happy to evaluate for you during a one-on-one consultation.
Otherwise, you simply need the desire to change your life and smile, once and for all! It’s that simple!
What are the benefits of a Full-Smile Treatment?
Ease and convenience
Implanted as one unit, a full-arch treatment only requires four implants to lock into place, not one per tooth.
Done in a day!
The single-day procedure transforms your smile in mere hours, letting you walk out of the clinic a totally different person… your true person.
No special maintenance
Keeping your implanted full-arch clean is pretty the same as regular oral hygiene care… and no dentures to worry about cleaning or removing, either!
During your initial consultation with us, we prioritize the clear communication of the exact cost of the procedure as well as what to expect the day of the treatment and thereafter. Contact us to learn more about how you can get a step closer to getting the smile you’ve always dreamt of.
Improve your quality of life
No more covering your mouth when speaking, holding back on smiling, or skipping half the menu when out for dinner. Enjoy the freedom or living your life fully.
How do I find out more?
We’re glad you asked! We offer more information on the Full-Smile Treatment here and are more than happy to answer your questions at 514-931-7077. You can also save time and jump straight into requesting a one-on-one appointment with one of our oral surgeons.
Whether you’re just starting to explore your options or are ready to change your life, we are here and ready to help!
If you have ever been told that you are not a candidate for the dental implants because of significant bone loss, you may be a candidate for zygomatic dental implants. Read our blog on zygomatic implants to learn more.