Smile Again with Full Mouth Dental Implants

Smile Again with Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full-Mouth Tooth Implant Dentist San Diego


Why choose Smile Designers Implant & Sedation Dentistry

  • Dr. Hage has been recognized as the best dental implant specialist in 2019
  • Dr. Hage is a master of the prestigious International Academy of Dental Implantology
  • The BEST in surgical and cosmetic results with the All-on-4 Dental Implants and dental implants
  • Dr. Hage places more than 2,000 implants per year
  • Low monthly payments & financing available
  • Sedation dentistry for a painless experience
  • CT scan & Exam and X-ray
  • In-house dental laboratory
  • ONE Doctor, ONE Team, ONE location. NO MORE going to different offices and having various doctors involved for your specialized care!
  • Conveniently located close to Sports Arena Boulevard in San Diego, 92110


When you have several missing or decaying teeth, the problem goes beyond an impaired smile and limited confidence. Missing teeth can affect how you eat, how you speak, and your overall oral health.  If you need a full arch or full mouth of teeth replaced due to a traumatic mouth injury or neglected decay, full-mouth dental implants are a great way to permanently restore your bright, beautiful smile.

There are several options out there to replace one or several teeth at a time, but dental implants are the strongest, most durable, and longest-lasting option available. Dental implants are designed to replace the full tooth—including the root—which also prevents your jawbone from deteriorating over time, an inevitable consequence of having no tooth root to keep it firm. Plus, dental implants look, function and feel just like natural teeth, and you’ll be able to eat, speak, and clean your new teeth with ease.

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Cost of Full Mouth Dental Implants at Smile Designers

New Teeth For Just One Day

All-on-4 Dental Implants


What are All-on-4 dental implants?

All-On-4 dental implants use just four titanium screws to support an entire arch of prosthetic teeth, which is made with natural-looking teeth and gums. The implants are placed with two near the front of the mouth—usually the lateral incisors, which are next to your front teeth—and two near the back, typically on the smaller molars. This ensures even distribution of the pressure and force from biting and chewing.

All-On-4 implants can be placed on the same day, but you will get a temporary set of prosthetic teeth to use while the area heals and the titanium screws start to fuse with your jawbone in a process called osseointegration. After your permanent set of customized teeth are fabricated at a dental lab, your dentist will replace the temporary set and adjust the fit if needed.

All-on-6 Dental Implants


What are All-On-6 Dental Implants?

All-On-6 implants use six dental implants to support a full arch of teeth, but unlike All-On-4 implants, which are similar in appearance to dentures, All-On-6 implants resemble a dental bridge, with implant-anchored teeth connected to non-anchored teeth. The implants are typically placed on the lateral incisors, canines, and first molars, and as with All-On-4 implants, you will receive a temporary prosthesis to wear while your gums heal and the screws fuse to your jawbone.

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All-on-8 Dental Implants


What are All-On-8 Dental Implants?

As the name implies, All-On-8 dental implants use eight dental implants per arch, and also resemble a dental bridge like All-On-6 implants. The implants are usually placed at the front of the mouth, including the central incisors (front teeth), but your dentist might adjust the placement based on your specific needs. All-On-8 implants are generally recommended for patients who have lost more than 80% of their natural teeth, although you must have sufficient jawbone density for the procedure—if not, you might need to have a bone grafting procedure first. 

How do full-mouth dental implants differ from single-tooth implants?

Single-tooth dental implants include a medical-grade titanium screw that is inserted into the jawbone and capped with a natural-looking prosthetic tooth. Full-mouth dental implants use the same materials and technology, but instead of replacing each individual missing tooth with an implant, only a few implants are used to anchor a full arch of teeth, offering all the benefits of dental implants at a much lower cost. Additionally, for certain full-mouth implant options, such as All-On-4, you don’t need to have the sufficient jawbone density required of single-tooth implants.

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    Who is eligible for full-mouth dental implants?

    Full-mouth dental implants are a great option if you need to replace a full mouth or full arch of teeth, but not everyone is an eligible candidate. To be considered for a full-mouth dental implant procedure, you must:

    • Be in good oral health
    • Be in good general health for surgery
    • Not be a smoker
    • Not be taking medications that could affect the healing process



    Are there any potential complications with full-mouth dental implants?


    Most medical procedures have risks and potential complications, and full-mouth dental implant surgery is not exempt. In addition to infection and anesthesia-related risks, about 5% of dental implant patients experience implant failure, which is when the titanium screw fails to fuse with the jawbone. This is mainly due to insufficient jawbone density, untreated gum disease, or the effects of smoking tobacco, which is why the first step in the dental implant procedure is a comprehensive exam with X-rays to determine your eligibility.

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    • Avatar Josephine Hunter ★★★★ 3 months ago
      I was seen promptly for my appointment and got a thorough checkup with multiple x-rays. Dentist was pleasant and explained what I needed to have done (a crown) very clearly and with use of the images that had been taken.
    • Avatar Joe Fenton ★★★★★ 7 months ago
      Hygienist is excellent, no discomfort whatsoever. Covered by my Dental plan. I was in and out with no hesitation 😁
    • Avatar Lisa Clint ★★★★★ 9 months ago
      I’m very happy with the staff and their sincere friendliness. My only concern is that the dentist was doing work on me that was extremely painful, therefore had to give me more shots, which was necessary. The unprofessional thing was he … More said I couldn’t be feeling pain and he argued with me about it. I’ve never had a dentist tell me I wasn’t in pain when it’s my mouth and I’m paying a lot for the services. Very inconsiderate and unprofessional on his part.
    • Avatar Elizabeth BARRINGTON ★★★★★ 10 months ago
      I have been here twice because this is the only office under my insurance. 1st time, hygienist did a very poor job, and the dentist was unpleasant. Yesterday, the hygienist, Mida, did a great job and was super nice.

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    Smile Designers Implant & Sedation Dentistry

     If you want to restore your bright smile with full-mouth dental implants, Smile Designers is here to help. Give us a call at (619) 222-6000 to schedule a consultation today.