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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Rapid City, SD

Flawless Smiles with
Full-Mouth Dental Implants

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Dental Implants vs. Traditional Dentures

Full-mouth dental implants offer significantly improved fit, functionality, and comfort compared to dentures. Unlike dentures, full-mouth dental implants are permanently attached to the jaw, meaning they will never move or slip over time. Implant restorations also retain the strength and integrity of the jaw without affecting nearby soft tissue. This is in stark contrast to dentures, which commonly irritate the gums and can speed up bone loss.

Full-mouth dental implants provide a far more customized fit and offer greater durability compared to the antiquated technology of dentures. Full arch dental implants replicate the form and function of natural teeth and can provide decades of reliable day-to-use with routine brushing and flossing habits. As one of the most renowned implant dentists in Rapid City, SD, Dr. Carpenter doesn’t just pair a patient with an exam; he completely tailors each treatment and each oral arch to the unique needs of the patient for lasting durability and stunning aesthetics.

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The Benefits of Full Mouth Dental Implants

  • Dental implants provide a lifetime of dependable daily use
  • Simple maintenance with routine brushing and flossing
  • Permanently fixed to the jaw for durability and unmatched performance
  • 100% tailored to fit each patient’s unique oral arch
  • Same-day temporaries can be placed in a single office visit
  • Full recovery time is typically 3 to 4 months
  • Restorations placed with state-of-the-art Neodent implants

Our Smile Transformation Process

Dr. Carpenter has restored thousands of smiles in his career and offers high-end quality material, advanced training and faster post-surgery recovery thanks to cutting-edge and innovative implant technology. If you are in need of full smile transformation, the outcome of our All-On-X procedure is a stunning new set of teeth that is 100% customized to complement specific oral traits.

Dr. Carpenter considers even the smallest and most minute details in each dental implant case to ensure a satisfactory result and a anxiety-free implant experience. In just three to four appointments, we can give you the smile you once had or have always wanted!

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Step 1: Consultation

During your consultation, Dr. Carpenter will perform a detailed examination and obtain digital imaging and diagnostics. This advanced assessment allows Dr. Carpenter to develop a personalized treatment strategy that is entirely tailored to your unique oral characteristics. He goes above and beyond a standard examination by customizing the consultation and treatment to meet each patient’s specific needs. Whether it involves combining multiple services or exploring creative solutions beyond his usual offerings, Dr. Carpenter’s commitment is to leave no loose ends and ensure that every patient receives exceptional care and attention.

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Step 2: Procedure Day

After your consultation, our team will schedule your procedure day. Dr. Carpenter, utilizing state-of-the-art technology, will skillfully and precisely place your dental implants into your jawbone at a carefully calculated 45-degree angle utilizing our all-on-four to six protocols, guaranteeing optimal and accurate positioning. To enhance your comfort and relaxation during the process, our office offers sedation dentistry that you get to choose from during your consultation.

Once your procedure is complete, we’ll place a temporary restoration on your dental implants so you can begin receiving the benefits of your brand-new smile immediately. This means that when you step out of our office, you’ll be leaving with a remarkable and stunning set of brand-new teeth! Over the next 3-6 months, your mouth will heal, and your implants will fuse to your jawbone through a process called osseointegration. Once your mouth has healed, we’ll schedule you for placement of your final restoration.

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Step 3: Final Restoration

Our final full arch dental implant restorations are fabricated using stunning layered zirconia, which provides celebrity-like aesthetics in addition to long-lasting durability. After the final restoration is placed, patients will enjoy decades of gorgeous smiles and virtually maintenance-free functionality.

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South Dakota’s Premier Dental Implant Dentist

Carpenter Dental in Rapid City, SD, never recommends full arch dental implants for patients who don’t need them. In contrast to big nationwide chain practices, which often prioritize high patient turnover, our primary focus is on bettering the health of the community we love and call home. During your consultation visit, Dr. Carpenter will have a detailed discussion with you regarding the current state of your oral health. From there, we will provide guidance on the best treatment protocol for achieving lasting oral health – structurally, cosmetically, and functionally.

Our objective is to provide each patient with a sound recommendation and a practical plan that will leave them with healthy teeth and a beautiful, revitalized smile. Carpenter Dental is committed to our patient family, and the promise we make to each patient is to offer the best service possible and the most appropriate treatments to achieve lasting oral health and a better quality of life.

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