Transform Your Smile: The Benefits of Full Arch Restorations

Dear Reader,

Sometimes a patient experiencing a full-blown dental disaster will come into our office. This person’s teeth are in such a state of decay, or they are missing so many teeth already that their options for tooth replacement are limited. In these cases, we often recommend a Full Arch Restoration. 

Full arch restoration using the All-on-X (AOX) technique can be an excellent option that restores both function and aesthetics to the smile. Here’s why it might be the best option and what to expect:

The Benefits of a Full-Arch Restoration:

  1. Full arch restoration AOX addresses all the teeth within a single dental arch, providing a complete and permanent solution for tooth loss or severe dental issues.
  2. The restored arch offers stability and functionality by utilizing dental implants as anchors, allowing you to chew, speak, and smile with confidence.
  3. The prosthetic restoration attached to the implants is custom-designed to resemble natural teeth, ensuring a seamless and lifelike appearance.
  4. Dental implants stimulate the jawbone, preventing bone loss and preserving facial structure over time.
  5. Full arch restoration can significantly enhance your quality of life by restoring the ability to eat, speak, and smile comfortably.

The process of full-arch restoration using the All-on-X technique typically involves several steps:

  1. Your dentist will evaluate your oral health, discuss treatment goals, and develop a customized treatment plan.
  2. Dental implants are surgically placed into the jawbone at precise locations to support the prosthetic restoration.
  3. The jawbone fuses with the implants during healing, which usually takes a few months.
  4. Once the implants have integrated with the jawbone, a custom prosthetic restoration (such as a fixed bridge or denture) is attached to the implants, completing the restoration.

The time involved in a full arch restoration depends on your body’s natural ability to heal and the complexity of your oral health. However, the process typically takes several months, from the initial consultation to the final placement of the prosthetic restoration.

With proper care and maintenance, full arch restoration using the All-on-X technique can last many years, providing long-term benefits and improving oral health and function.

Insurance coverage for full arch restoration varies depending on your dental insurance plan and individual circumstances. While some aspects of the treatment may be covered by insurance, such as the surgical placement of implants, other components, such as the prosthetic restoration, may require additional coverage or out-of-pocket expenses.

If you’re considering full arch restoration or would like more information about your treatment options, please reach out to us. Our experienced team can provide personalized guidance and comprehensive care to help you achieve a healthy, functional, and beautiful smile.

Call us and we’ll schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. You’ll receive imaging, a thorough exam, and a consultation with your dentist. If you decide a full-arch restoration is right for you, we’ll quickly get to work on helping you renew your smile.

Give us a call today a 603-605-0036.


We look forward to helping in every way we can and can’t wait to see you smile!


Eva Beauregard

Office Manager

Bowman Dental

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