Full Arch All on 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Implants – 3D Lab Teeth Design Video

 
This is a great video explanation of full arch zirconia Prettau style dental implant bridges made for the All on 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 etc. procedures.  These are full jaw situations.  In this video I narrate the actual lab design of how the teeth are made.  Buyer beware!  Not all teeth are created equal!  Experience is everything when it comes to designing the teeth.  In this case the upper is an “All on 6” while the lower is an “All on 5” totaling eleven dental implants.
Every single day I get comments, calls and patients in my office that have had these procedures done.  Although the implants have integrated the bridges have failed, broken or they are so ugly and bulky that the patient hates them.  Fabrication of the teeth is controlled by me and a very skillful lab technician.  Everything I do is done in 3-D planning so that we can make the teeth as precise and naturally cosmetic as possible.  There are so many factors to consider…..watch the video to find out! Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S. Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

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7 thoughts on “Full Arch All on 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Implants – 3D Lab Teeth Design Video

  1. Mei Barker

    We watched your video and would like your advice. We are in Washington State so we can’t visit your office. I have upper and lower denture over implants. I have six implants on the bottom and five on top. This is my sixth anniversary year with my dentures. The current dentures are acrylic. The teeth are no longer performing as desired and I need to get the bite corrected and the acrylic teeth replaced. I am having issues with food being impacted and my speech is a problem. I am looking to replace what I have. What is the best option? Go for perminate or snap in/out dentures. Should I spend the money for porcelain teeth. What are the maintenance issues with either options. Your advice is important to me. I hope that this is my last time doing this. I am a 72 year old athletic female with excellent oral hygiene.

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    1. RamseyAminDDS Post author

      You are going to need someone who really knows what they are doing. The conversion from overdenture to fixed bridge has to be very carefully planned and diagnosed properly. The main thing is that you must have enough space for the teeth to fit. Here is an article on a gentleman I did this for. Your quality of life will be in increased dramatically switching to a porcelain type of bridge.

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  2. nan

    hi Doc, I just watched this video.I will need fixed implant bridge in a couple of yrs.
    I too have overbite.(2 front teeth jutted dramaticly, months after scaling/ planing.)
    Even after extracting these teeth, how will my protruding maxillary jaw affect the fixed bridge? Should I get braces first to push the bone back?
    Thanks, Nan

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    1. RamseyAminDDS Post author

      Usually not needed. You can soften an overbite or underbite with a bridge usually.

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  3. Robbo

    Seems after watching your video of the full arch bridge fitting procedure.. it is so good as regards to taking into account speech because when my bridge was planned and fitment then took place my speech was totally over looked and now 3 years on i still have problems with the letter T and S in words… so frustrating when i have spent thousands of £ on my treatment, will know doubt get there in the end, 10 years from now. Doh !!

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      1. Jennifer Bryan

        This is wonderful!!
        As a Dental Assistant of 23 years, I have removed all of my beautiful teeth and had full upper and lower dentures made. I did this as a while in a state of depression after the death of my 23 year old son. I succumbed to depression and for an entire year let my beautiful, never decayed teeth begin to decay. Instead of restoring them, I hastily elected to return to a dental company I had once worked for, knowing they wouldn’t protest. They are named 1DAY DENTURE for a reason. Lol.
        Regardless, I have a horrible set of dentures now. Speech is my BIGGEST issue along with appearance. My upper anterior teeth are not set out into the natural overbite and overjet that I naturally had, leaving me with that all too common “sunken in” look with NO lip support.
        So, as I sit here getting interviews handed to me left and right for a Dental Assistant position, once I meet face to face with them, it is painfully obvious that I have dentures.
        At the age of 42, I now look 62!
        People who know me ask what in the world did I have done to the lower 3rd of my face, while another asked, “what are you eating?” When I wasn’t eating, only speaking. I was told if seen in public, I wouldnt be recognized by them.
        So, I will ALWAYS push patients away from poorly made dentures.
        A year and a half later, I still sit here, unable to speak properly!
        KUDOS TO YOU FOR THE PHENOMINAL WORK YOU PROVIDE YOUR PATIENTS!
        I would LOVE to see your work.
        From Jacksonville, Fl.
        Best wishes!
        Jennifer Bryan
        jennifer72310@gmail.com
        If you would like, I would LOVE to send specific patients to see you. Thank you!

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