Full Mouth Dental Implants - Chicago, IL

The Gold Standard Solution for Forever Smiles

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When A Dental Implant Fails! Restoring Dental Implants

Dr. Nikki Green

Talks about full mouth rehabilitation - Getting the smile you have always wanted.

We Love Transforming Smiles and Lives

While dental implants are considered the gold-standard tooth replacement for their unsurpassed strength, longevity, and aesthetics, replacing missing teeth is an important decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Periodontists complete three years of specialized training after dental school, which provides unmatched depth and breadth of experience in hard and soft tissue treatments and the expertise to navigate complex cases. Periodontists are considered the go-to specialist for dental implant surgery because of their in-depth knowledge of bone, gums, and the science of implantology. Choosing a highly skilled periodontist versus a general dental practitioner for full mouth dental implants can result in more optimal treatment outcomes. Board-certified periodontist Dr. Christine Gadia and her team have vast expertise providing state-of-the-art full mouth dental implants in Chicago, IL and stay up to date on the latest techniques through continuing education. When you receive full arch dental implants at Millennium Periodontics, we offer immediate load solutions, fully guided implant surgery, advanced healing techniques, and diverse anesthesia options.

We can help put an end to your painful and discouraging symptoms with full mouth solutions that fit your lifestyle, smile goals, and budget!

Dr. Christine Gadia

Dr. Gadia

The Benefits of Dental Implant Treatment

Missing Teeth Cause Problems Beyond Your Smile

Like most people with missing teeth, you may be experiencing self-esteem issues and feel embarrassed when smiling or interacting with others. Failure to replace missing teeth is the leading cause of jaw bone loss. The empty sockets can cause your remaining teeth to shift, resulting in major issues with your bite. This can lead to unnatural tooth erosion, bacteria build-up, gum infections, more extensive tooth decay, loss of other teeth, and sensitivity. Full mouth dental implants are the only permanent tooth replacement solution for your upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. When we transform peoples’ lives with full mouth dental implants, this reaffirms our lifelong commitment to delivering life-changing and compassionate dental care that leverage our many years of training and experience.

The Limitations of Dentures and Bridges

While dentures and bridges can help restore some function, they don’t stimulate bone growth or remedy bone loss in your jawbone. Denture wearers often complain about clicking, slipping, the need to avoid certain foods, discomfort, and the hassle of denture adhesives and nightly removal for cleaning. Although fixed and removable bridges and dentures are possible options for replacing missing teeth, no other dental solution provides the long-lasting, life-changing advantages of full mouth dental implants. And the benefits of dental implants run deeper than their cosmetic appeal. Dental implants restore more than 99% of natural function, allowing you to eat all the foods you love, as well as smile, talk, and laugh without feeling self-conscious!
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Traditional Dentures

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Implant Supported Dentures

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Delivering Life-Changing Smiles More Efficiently

At Millennium Periodontics, we don’t want to see you suffer another day with the negative consequences of missing teeth. If you’re experiencing the numerous side effects of missing teeth and looking for a permanent solution, you may be an ideal candidate for full mouth dental implants in Chicago, IL, at one of our two convenient locations in downtown and Wicker Park. We leverage state-of-the-art technology from Cad-Ray, BeamReaders, and NDX nSequence Dental Lab to enable precise implant planning and placement. We also work closely with a restorative dentist to discuss the best materials to use for each patient’s unique needs and streamline the process. We offer soothing nitrous oxide, oral sedation, or IV sedation, based on your unique treatment needs and anxiety level. Throughout your treatment, we monitor levels of sedation and your vitals to ensure your ultimate comfort and safety.

Step 1: Consultation and Planning

At Millennium Periodontics, we’re dedicated to helping you restore oral health and whole body wellness with transformative full arch dental implants in Chicago, IL. We pride ourselves on complete transparency and open communication with our patients. As such, we’ll discuss the negative health consequences of untreated missing teeth and cost of treatment, as well as explain the entire process so you know what to expect from start to finish. At our patient-centered practice, the fully guided process begins with a complete examination and scans of your jawbone, nerve tissue, and sinus cavities using our high-tech CBCT machine. Combined with sophisticated software, the CT scan data is translated into a 3-D model of your jaw. This virtual model can be manipulated in several ways that enable us to visualize optimal positioning of your dental implants with a high degree of accuracy.

Step 2: Guided Implant Surgery

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NDX nSequence guided technology enables precise and meticulous dental implant placement and beautiful full arch tooth restorations. We can usually extract any remaining teeth and perform bone grafting during the same appointment. We offer biologics including plasma-rich fibrin and GEM 21S® that speed the healing process and enhance osseointegration (fusion with your jawbone). After identifying the optimal areas in your jawbone, we insert the implants that act as roots for your replacement teeth. The fully guided process dramatically reduces the length of the surgery and eliminates the need for many follow-up appointments. For immediate-load solutions, this technology allows us to deliver your restoration the same time as surgery, so you’ll wake-up with a brand new smile!

Step 3: Healing and Final Restoration

Before After
Before After
Following placement of full mouth dental implants, the healing process typically takes at least three months. During that time, your implants permanently fuse with your jawbone to provide a solid and strong support for your new teeth. When this phase is complete, you’ll return to our office to be fitted with a customized full mouth restoration. Based on the recommendation from the restorative dentist, we select the highest-quality and durable material that provides excellent strength and aesthetics, resists stains and fractures, is wear-resistant, and looks and feels like your natural teeth.

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A Forever Smile is an Investment in Long-Term Health and Happiness

Our entire team is dedicated to helping you achieve a healthy smile through extraordinary care, from your first consultation to final restoration. Like all patients who receive personalized state-of-the-art tooth replacement solutions at our practice, you’ll experience a remarkable boost in quality of life. Greater self-confidence enables rediscovering the pleasures of eating your favorite foods and living life to the fullest. Our full mouth solutions are designed to be permanent, and we encourage you to view this treatment as a life-long investment in your health and quality of life. To help you afford this gold standard treatment, we accept credit cards, many insurance plans, in-house financing, and also work with a highly-rated third-party financing company to make payments more affordable

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