Full Arch Restoration in Buford

A full arch restoration involves replacing all the teeth in either the upper or lower jaw with a set of prosthetic teeth. This restoration is designed to provide a complete and functional set of teeth for patients who have lost all or most of their natural teeth in one arch.

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Full arch restorations can be made from various materials, including acrylic, porcelain, or a combination of materials. The choice of material often depends on factors such as aesthetics, strength, and the patient’s specific needs.

Full arch restorations, expertly crafted by our team, offer optimal functionality and aesthetics for every patient.

Procedures: The process typically involves careful assessment, planning, and collaboration between the dentist and dental technician. Impressions of the patient’s arch are taken, and the prosthetic arch is custom-made to fit the individual’s oral anatomy. Full arch restorations can be supported by dental implants or rely on other retention mechanisms like clasps or adhesives.

Partial Arch Restoration:

Definition: A partial arch restoration involves replacing some, but not all, of the teeth in an arch. It is used when patients have lost several teeth but still have some remaining natural teeth.

Materials: Similar to full arch restorations, partial arch restorations can be made from various materials, including acrylic, metal alloys, or a combination of materials.

Procedures: The process involves similar steps as full arch restorations, including impressions and careful planning. The prosthetic is designed to fit around the remaining natural teeth, providing a seamless and functional replacement for the missing teeth.

Chair-side Conversion:

Definition: Chair-side conversion refers to the process of converting a removable dental prosthesis (such as a denture) into a fixed prosthesis in a single dental appointment. This is often associated with implant-supported restorations.

Procedures: During chair-side conversion, the dentist modifies the existing removable prosthesis to accommodate dental implants. This may involve adding attachments or altering the structure of the prosthesis to allow it to be securely fixed onto dental implants. Chair-side conversion offers the advantage of immediate function and aesthetics for the patient.


Efficiency: Chair-side conversion can save time compared to traditional methods, as the patient leaves the appointment with a fixed restoration.

Immediate Function: The patient can often use the fixed restoration immediately after the chair-side conversion, providing improved comfort and functionality.

In summary, full and partial arch restorations involve replacing a complete set or a portion of missing teeth, respectively, and chair-side conversion is a technique that allows for the conversion of removable prostheses into fixed prostheses during a single dental appointment, often in conjunction with dental implants.