Full Arch Replacements in Nashville, TN
Many patients don’t realize they can replace an entire arch of missing teeth with just a few dental implants. That’s right – you don’t need an individual dental implant for each absent tooth. Instead, it only takes four to six implants to replace a whole upper or lower arch of teeth.
The four to six dental implants work as anchor points, securing a full arch prosthetic in place. This prosthetic can range from a type of overdenture to screw-retained Zirconia teeth.
DDS Nashville utilizes the latest technologies from 3D imaging, intraoral scanning and 3D printing. DDS Nashville has an on site dental laboratory with digital design and manufacturing capabilities. All implant related procedures are done in office by Dr. Kim from placement to restoration.
We offer the best dental implant pricing in Nashville and the surrounding areas:
Our full arch implant package is $15,999.00 and consists of all necessary implants, abutments, temporary resin teeth AND final zirconia teeth.
Other offices include temporary resin teeth in their advertised implant packages. Their final long term restoration is an additional cost, with zirconia being the more expensive option.
Our single tooth package is $2,700.00 and consists of a dental implant, abutment and final crown.
Even if you are completely edentulous – i.e., missing all of your teeth – you may be an excellent candidate for an implant-supported prosthesis. A prosthesis from Dr. Kim and the team at Dental Design Studios can give you back your function and appearance.
Please contact us today by dialing (615) 432-2388. We’ll be happy to discuss your teeth replacement options.
Here is an example of an upper removable, implant supported denture. The lower is full arch zirconia teeth permanently secured on implants.
We do provide full arch implant services, but when possible we try to save teeth. Here is a long span zirconia bridge on three implants. Orthodontics was used to level the lower arch first.
Here is an example of a resin temporary right after implant placement. These will be the temporary teeth during healing, and will be replaced with zirconia teeth.