Fuller Dental offers advanced replacement options for those missing a full arch or all of their teeth. Our Burlington dentists can also work with patients who suffer from poorly fitting dentures to restore a more stable, functional bite.
Our team offers the revolutionary All On Four™ implants procedure, which can enable you to receive a beautiful new smile in one day as a result of careful treatment planning and the use of advanced digital technology available in our Burlington dentist office. This tooth replacement option has opened the door for those who may not have been considered a suitable candidate for dental implants in the past. Using strategically placed dental implants or mini implants, we can permanently secure a hybrid denture for a new smile that feels like it has always been there.
About the All On Four Process
The first question is often, “how does all on four work?“. The key to a successful and lasting result is careful treatment planning and the effective use of digital diagnostics to evaluate your bone structure, soft tissues and determine proper implant placement.
Once your procedure is planned, we will work with you to schedule a day when we will complete the surgical implantation of the implant posts and the attachment of a new smile, a temporary denture secured to your new implants. The use of a temporary denture, while the soft tissues heal, allows for the subtle changes in fit to take place before we take impressions for a final, custom hybrid denture. Your final restoration will provide the most comfortable, stable and natural fit possible and your temporary can serve as a “back up” if necessary at some later time.
Why Choose Us?
When you choose Fuller Dental, you choose a dental team that is both highly trained and experienced in implant dentistry. The convenience of complete care under one roof also means that your progress is consistently monitored. Dr. Fuller is a member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and remains committed to continuing education in order to stay on top of the latest science and trends when it comes to advanced tooth replacement.