Full Mouth Crowns with Lower Denture to correct severe malocclusion
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Imagine a stronger, more durable set of dentures that’s securely anchored in your mouth. That’s what you get with full mouth dental implants.
You want a comfortable fit. You want a durable, natural-looking smile. And you want long-term health. At VCCID, we can help you get all three.
Your full mouth dental implants are crafted by an experienced Burnaby dentist and in-house denturist with decades of proven success in smile restoration. They bring dentistry and artistry together, helping you get holistic, minimally-invasive care and a strong, beautiful smile.
*All photos are of work done by Dr. Balogh on actual patients
None of the photos have been retouched other than to crop images to the appropriate size and area of interest. These photos are examples only. The exact and potential outcome varies with each patient, depending on many factors such as the presenting condition(s), general health, and dental health, etc. If you wish to learn more we recommend contacting us for a consultation to discuss your concerns, treatment options, and results that are feasible for your dental condition.
West Vancouver, 2021
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The best way to feel confident about getting full mouth dental implants is to understand what you can expect. With our in-depth treatment planning, it’ll all become clear.
At around $10,000 per jaw, full mouth dental implants are a significant investment for most people. It’s worth keeping in mind, though, that they can last for 5x longer than dentures (sometimes even longer!), all while improving your quality of life every single day.
Full mouth dental implants are expected to last for 15+ years, and – here at our Burnaby dental practice – we regularly see implants that are going strong after more than 25 years. We’ve even encountered dental implants that have been in place for 45 years – with proper care, they’re very durable!
It’ll take a few days, up to a couple of weeks, to recover from the immediate effects of the surgery. For complete healing, most people take 4-6 months before their mouths are 100% “back to normal”.
While traditional dentures are often covered by dental benefits or insurance, full mouth dental implants typically aren’t. However, coverage varies between plans, so it’s always a good idea to check with your provider if you aren’t sure.
No, getting full mouth dental implants isn’t painful. Like with any surgery, there’ll be some discomfort and swelling, but – with proper care – you won’t feel a lot of pain during or after the surgery.