What Is A Permanent Full Smile?
If you need to replace a single tooth, crown work, bridgework, or a single implant can often do the job. But if you need a full, functional set of surgically placed permanent teeth, then we use our Permanent Full Smile method, also known as a Permanent Full Smile procedure.
Permanent Full Smile is a dental treatment plan that completely replaces your tooth roots using only four dental implants. We use your existing bone structure and tilted implants so that a bone graft isn’t needed.
The advantage of this procedure is that we can remove old, broken, or rotten teeth, then secure the new set of teeth to the implants all in one appointment. There are no temporary dentures required, the process is done under sedation dentistry, and your new teeth will look like natural teeth.
This treatment plan has a high success rate for people looking for a significantly stronger alternative to dentures or average dental crown replacements. Plus, with proper brushing and maintenance, these implants can last for decades.
What’s the Cost of a Permanent Full Smile?
Dental implants are entirely customizable for your mouth, which means the cost varies from patient to patient. But you can schedule a free consultation to receive your individualized treatment plan, which also includes estimated costs.
Oral Health Consultation
Includes Full Mouth X-Ray and Treatment Plan
Exam and Cleaning
Includes Full Mouth Cleaning
Includes 1 Composite Filling
Full Mouth Digital X-Ray
Minimally Invasive Technology
Quality Dental Plan (QDP) is our own dental savings plan, not insurance, that for an annual membership fee provides patients with two simple cleanings per year, x-rays, exams and whitening, as well as 15% savings on most dental procedures (10% on implants). Unlike insurance, there is no limitation on the amount of procedures you can have performed and still receive the savings. One of the best parts of the program is that because it includes the two simple cleanings and necessary exams and x-rays, it encourages individuals to maintain their dental health. Even if no other procedures (such as fillings or crowns) were needed during the year, the patient achieves savings on their annual maintenance.
It will probably come as no shock to you that a significant portion of the population either does not have dental insurance or has less than adequate coverage to meet their dental health needs. Finding available providers in the case of HMOs is also a frustrating challenge. We recognize that this situation results in individuals allowing their oral health to deteriorate because of the high cost of essential dental care. At Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center, we have come up with a solution that has been helping our patients since March 2016 to afford and receive treatment that they both need and desire.