Full mouth Dental Implants - MELBOURNE, FL

Restore Your Smile,
Restore Your Life

"Dentures Affected My Quality Of Life, An All-On-4 Has Given Me The Confidence That I Was Lacking."

Solutions For More Than Just Your Smile

Living with failing, missing or even decayed teeth can make it painful to engage in your daily routine such as enjoying your favorite foods, having conversations with friends and family and even smiling in photos. We know that with this lack of self-confidence, it can be hard to imagine yourself with a smile you can be proud to show off. With our full mouth dental implants, you can finally put all those concerns to rest and enjoy a healthy, radiant new smile immediately after your dental appointment.


Full Mouth Dental Implants

John Lewis Patient Testimonial

Our All-on-X Protocol

Dental implants have become the treatment of choice for many patients living with missing, failing or decayed teeth. While we are proud to offer completely customizable options for our patients, our All-on-X dental full arch dental implants are our most popular, but is also one of the most advanced ways to create a full, healthy new smile. This full mouth replacement is a specialized dental implant procedure where with as few as four implants, Dr. Kumar can replace an entire arch of teeth, eliminating the need for a full mouth of dental implants.

Choosing Your Full Mouth Restoration

Being able to offer multiple customized treatment plans to address specific smile goal concerns for our patients is our top priority. These available options have allowed Dr. Kumar to focus 20 of his 25 years in practice on dental implants surgeries to keep endless patients’ smiles healthy, beautiful and long lasting.

Single Dental Implants

full arch dental implants

Full mouth dental implants

implant supported denture

Implant supported dentures

The Implant process

Step 1: Personalized Consultation


What You Need to Know About the All-On-X Full Mouth Procedure

One of the most important and informative steps to your new smile happens right in the beginning. Here, you and Dr. Kumar will discuss how our full mouth dental implants work and what your goals and expectations for treatment are.

Step 2: Surgery

While your custom treatment plan creates a smile that is perfect for you, it will also include a surgical guide with a detailed map of the steps for your surgery. Full arch dental implants are anchored on four to six posts that will support the entire arch.

Step 3: Check-up Appointment

To ensure your full arch dental implants are healing properly, we will want to see you back in the months following your dental implant surgery. Here, we will be available to answer questions and address dental concerns you may have. We will also be able to determine a set visit date for you to return and receive your final restoration.

Step 4: Final Restoration

Before After

Once healed and your full mouth dental implants have fully integrated into your jawbone, we can finalize your dental implant journey with your final, permanent restoration. Once we remove your temporary teeth, we will install your permanent set of teeth for you to enjoy for not only the first time, but for a lifetime giving you a restored confidence and new zest for life!


How Our In-House Lab Saves Our Patients Time and Money

A New Smile at an Affordable Price

Other than providing our patients with a restored quality of life with a brand-new smile, we make making it affordable our top priority. We know full arch dental implants can be a bit more costly due to surgery requirements. And since we believe everyone should be able to experience and enjoy a healthy new set of teeth, we accept most insurances and offer competitive, affordable payment options to fit your budget

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