FULL-ARCH DENTAL IMPLANTS IN TRINITY, FLORIDA

Are you tired of dealing with missing teeth and the discomfort that comes with it? Look no further than Fixed New Teeth in Trinity, FL. We offer full-arch dental implants for fixed new teeth. Our highly trained team is dedicated to helping you achieve a beautiful and functional smile.

What are Full-Arch Dental Implants?

A full-arch dental implant, also known as a full-arch implant or all-on-four dental implants, is a revolutionary solution for those who have lost multiple teeth or are in need of a full mouth reconstruction. This procedure involves placing four to six titanium posts into the jawbone to support an entire set of replacement teeth. These posts act as the root of the tooth, providing a strong and stable foundation for your new smile.

The Benefits of the Full-Arch Dental Implants

The benefits of full-arch dental implants are numerous. Here are just a few reasons why this procedure may be the perfect solution for you:

  • Restores Function: Full-arch dental implants allow you to eat, speak, and smile with ease, just as you would with natural teeth.

  • Long-Term Solution: With proper care and maintenance, full-arch dental implants can last a lifetime, making them a cost-effective solution in the long run.

  • Prevents Bone Loss: When teeth are missing, the jawbone begins to deteriorate, leading to changes in facial structure and potentially causing other problems. Full-arch dental implants prevent this bone loss by stimulating the jawbone just like natural teeth.

  • Beautiful Results: Our full-arch dental implants are custom-made to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth, giving you a natural-looking and seamless smile.

The Procedure

The process of getting full-arch dental implants typically involves several steps:

  • 1. Consultation and Treatment Planning: During your initial consultation, our team will assess your oral health and discuss the best treatment plan for you. This may include taking X-rays or 3D scans to evaluate your jawbone and determine the optimal placement for the implants.

  • 2. Implant Placement: The next step is the surgical placement of the titanium posts into your jawbone. This procedure is typically done under local anesthesia, ensuring your comfort throughout.

  • 3. Healing and Osseointegration: After the implants are placed, a process called osseointegration occurs where the bone fuses with the implant, creating a strong bond that mimics natural tooth roots.

  • 4. Placement of the Final Restoration: Once the implants have fully integrated with the jawbone, the final restorations (replacement teeth) are securely attached to the posts, completing your full-arch dental implant.

Are Full-Arch Dental Implants Right For You ?

Full-arch dental implants may be a suitable option for you if you:

  • Are missing multiple teeth or need a full mouth reconstruction

  • Want a long-term solution for missing teeth

  • Have sufficient jawbone mass to support the implants

  • Are not a candidate for traditional dentures

The best way to determine if you are a good candidate for full-arch dental implants is by scheduling a consultation with our team. We will carefully evaluate your oral health and discuss all available options with you.

Your Trusted Partner for Full-Arch Dental Implants

At Fixed New Teeth, we understand the impact that missing teeth can have on your daily life. Our team is committed to providing exceptional care and creating beautiful, functional smiles for our patients. Our expertise in full-arch dental implants and full mouth reconstruction sets us apart as a reliable and trusted partner for your dental needs. Don't let missing teeth hold you back any longer, contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a confident smile with full-arch dental implants in Trinity, FL.

“All-on-4”, “Teeth in a Day”, and FiXed New Teeth™, are terms used to describe a procedure that allows patients to receive replacement teeth in just one day. You may hear of other versions of this procedure, such as “Teeth in an Hour,” “Dental Implants in One Day,” “Teeth In One Day,” “Teeth In One Visit.” While they go by many names, all refer to a one-day implant treatment that restores an entire or full arch of replacement teeth.


The Teeth-in-a-Day or FiXed New Teeth™, treatment concept utilizes 4-6 dental implants to attach your new set of permanent replacement teeth in a minimally invasive way. The dental implants used in this procedure are specially designed for immediate function and typically do not require bone grafting. This treatment is attractive for those patients with dentures or who need full upper and/or lower restorations. If you are about to lose your teeth or have many missing teeth, the full-arch procedure can help you achieve a beautiful smile and teeth in just one day.

Unlike other approaches that involve more laborious and costly techniques often requiring bone grafting, sinus lifts, and eight or more implants per arch, which can take up to 3 years to complete treatment, our doctors use this proven technique that involves only using four specially placed implants without the need for bone grafts and sinus lifts. Your new dentures can be completed in just one day.


The result is a solid base of teeth that are fixed in place and are not removed. It means lower costs and reduced healing times, allowing our patients to regain their original youthful smile and original function faster, more reliably.

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What is the process for getting Full-Arch Implants?

4-6 appliances are placed into the jawbone and gums and left to heal sufficiently before the implant bridge can be secured in place. Once implanted, your bridge will resemble the appearance of your natural teeth. Your bridge may need to be removed for periodic evaluation to ensure the health of prosthetic and implants.


As with all Dental Implants, full-arch Dental Implants are placed during an outpatient surgical procedure in our office. Most patients will want to take advantage of some sort of sedation for this procedure, in addition to the local anesthetic that will be used.


Before leaving our office, you are fitted with a fixed complete denture. After the implants have fully integrated with the bone, you may return to receive a second, stronger denture.

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Dr. Xhoana Gjelaj specializes in a full range of dental procedures with special emphasis on Cosmetic Dentistry to Dental Implants Treatments. Working in a state-of-art dental facility with a completely digital workflow, Dr. Gjelaj and her team are prepared to solve the most complex dental problems all under one roof, often in just one day—no need to travel to different offices, meeting with multiple doctors.

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