Restoring Your Smile with Full Arch Dental Implants

It is very rare to meet a person who is blessed with a natural, perfectly aligned set of teeth. Over the years, the teeth and gums can run into trouble, whether due to aging, trauma, gum disease, or extensive tooth decay. In the most severe cases, full arch restoration may be required. Thankfully, modern dentistry makes it possible to restore your teeth with sturdy, beautiful full arch dental implants in Trophy Club, TX.

Why Choose SmileRenu by Dr. David Crumpton?

To ensure our patients receive only the highest quality care, we use cutting-edge technology and techniques and pursue continual continuing education to remain ahead of the curve on next-generation advancements in the dental arts. At SmileRenu, we provide:

  • Implant procedures completed in-house
  • Advanced diagnostic technology
  • Long-lasting, high-quality tooth replacements
  • Sturdy, brilliant teeth that function like natural teeth

The SmileRenu Difference

Dental practitioners come in all shapes and sizes and vary widely in natural talent. Some “rest on their laurels” and continue to use older techniques rather than seeking out newer and more effective approaches and technologies. At SmileRenu, our entire team is dedicated to staying at the leading edge of the latest developments in dentistry and dental technology, attending ongoing training as newer, better approaches are developed and released. Our elegant, modern offices are equipped with the latest dental technology for a more comfortable, effective treatment. When we work with our patients, we are focused on ensuring they are comfortable, educated, and delighted with the results of full-arch dental implants – loving the significant boost in confidence that a beautiful smile brings to their lives in Grapevine, TX.

How Do Full Arch Replacements Work?

If you have severely damaged teeth, you may require full arch replacement, or multiple implants in Trophy Club and Grapevine.

The procedure involves placing implants that keep the supporting bone strong, creating a very sturdy structure for your new teeth. A full arch of new teeth is custom-created to suit your facial structure and then attached to the implants, and can function without slipping or looseness, functioning beautifully, just like natural teeth. 

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What are the Benefits of Implant-Supported Full Arch Restorations?

Many people find that no amount of applesauce can ever be as satisfying as a juicy Honeycrisp apple. Some may just appreciate the security of teeth that stay firmly in the mouth the way they should. Regardless of your reasons, full arch dental implants in Grapevine, TX, can be life-changing. Not only will your new teeth be more comfortable and reliable daily, but you may also find it impossible to resist showing off your incredible, natural-looking smile!

How Can Implant Dentures Protect Facial Structure?

If you are missing a full arch or are expecting multiple extractions, implants can rebuild degrading bone and gum tissue, preserving your facial shape. A person who has lived a long time with false teeth may be able to appreciate how much this option can improve quality of life – and appearance! Implant dentures can also be much more secure than having to rely on the sticky, unpleasant adhesives that keep standard dentures in place.

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Pregnancy and Tooth Loss

Pregnancy requires vital nutrients for the optimal development of the baby. If there is a deficiency of calcium or malabsorption, a mother can put her teeth and bones at risk with every pregnancy. Whatever your reason for needing teeth implants in Trophy Club, at SmileRenu by Dr. David Crumpton, you can expect world-class technology, techniques, and results.

Which Dental Implant is the Best for Me?

There are many types of dental implants, and every patient we treat can expect a fully customized treatment plan. With upper plates, you may need anywhere from two to six implants to create a sturdy foundation for your new teeth. Lower plates may require two to five implants to achieve a secure fit. If there is significant bone regression, we may recommend custom bone grafting as the first procedure.

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Do Implant-Retained Dentures Feel Like Natural Teeth?

Implant-retained dentures work much like your natural teeth. It is entirely possible for you to regain up to 100% of your chewing function, which can aid in digestion and the overall pleasure of eating the foods you love. Because the implants allow the devices to be custom fitted to your mouth, there is typically less material required in the upper plate structure.

For many people, this can make it easier to detect flavor, as taste buds can be blocked by ill-fitting dentures.

For those who may not have been able to wear dentures previously due to a sensitive gag reflex, implant dentures could be the ideal solution.

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Dr. David Crumpton – Meticulously Detailed and Attentive

After undergoing undergraduate training at West Texas State, Dr. Crumpton went on to get his degree from the Baylor College of Dentistry. In 1995, he moved to Trophy Club to establish a new, cutting-edge facility dedicated to helping community members achieve their brightest and healthiest smiles. Dr. Crumpton has taken additional courses at an array of renowned institutions, including UT San Antonio, the Pikos Institute, Lamar Dental Implant Training, and the Kois Center. He was named a Gold Provider of Invisalign and was chosen as a trainer in the advanced art of CEREC. Dr. Crumpton holds membership in the American Dental Association, the Texas Dental Association, and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.

Ready to Talk About Full-Arch Dental Implants?

If you think dental implants in Trophy Club and Grapevine, TX, may be the right solution for you, give us a call, or schedule a private consultation, and we will be happy to answer any questions you have about the procedure, cost, and what to expect.

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