Full Arch Restora­tion in Warwick

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Ben­e­fits of a Full Arch Restoration

Full Arch Restora­tion explained

With a full arch restoration, we use four to six dental implants to support a denture. This type of denture takes up much less space in your mouth as it does not need to be held in place by adhesive. This restoration will also help to preserve jaw bone, as the denture is supported by your jaw rather than your gums. This is far more comfortable and less likely to cause irritation.

Is a full arch restora­tion right for me?

Cost and the time taken to complete the procedure are the two biggest obstacles to this type of restoration. Some patients are also put off by the prospect of surgery. We can help to put you at ease by keeping you informed every step of the way so you are empowered to make the right choices for your oral health.

You could be an ideal candidate for a full arch restoration if you have lost all or most of your teeth on an arch and are struggling with dentures. While dentures sit on the gum line and the force of your bite is absorbed by the soft gum tissue, dental implants are supported by your jaw bone. This offers a more natural-feeling bite, which will allow you to feel more comfortable eating a wider range of foods.

The pro­ce­dure

The procedure will take place over multiple visits. You may need additional treatments at the start of the procedure, such as bone grafts or extractions. This may extend the treatment time, but we will keep you informed every step of the way. Every procedure starts with an advanced CT scan to get a comprehensive view of your mouth, jaw, sinuses and surrounding structures.

Meet the team

Our team is what sets us apart. Through­out your treat­ment, you’ll be sup­port­ed by our car­ing and pas­sion­ate team. We live and breathe den­tistry, ensur­ing that we can offer the high­est pos­si­ble stan­dards of care for our patients.

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    Dr Chetan Mathias

    Principal Dentist - BDS Rajvir Ghandhi University 2005

What to expect from your treat­ment journey

We want you to feel empow­ered and informed every step of the way. Under­stand what to expect dur­ing your treat­ment with this sim­ple guide. Your exact treat­ment plan might change, but this will be explained dur­ing your consultation.

The first step towards a full arch restoration is to book a consultation with our team. We can guide you through the procedure, answer your questions and help you understand the finance options available.

We place the implants directly into the jawbone and leave this to heal. The implant will fuse with the bone and create a strong anchor for your full arch restoration.

During your second procedure, we'll place the healing abutments and contour your gums to create a natural looking finish. This will then be left to heal.

The final stage in the treatment plan is to place your denture. At this stage, you'll be able to eat, smile and speak with confidence without worrying that your denture will slip or move.

Our smile transformations

Curi­ous about the kind of results you can expect to achieve? Explore our smile gallery to see exam­ples of how this treat­ment could ele­vate your con­fi­dence and trans­form your smile. Ready to get start­ed? Book your con­sul­ta­tion today!

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Fre­quent­ly Asked Questions

It’s com­mon to have lots of ques­tions about your treat­ment. We’ve answered some of the most pop­u­lar ques­tions below.

The dental implant should last a lifetime, while the denture should easily last for 10-20 years and maybe even longer. We will give you advice for caring for your denture to help make sure it lasts for as long as possible.

We recommend brushing your denture twice a day using an electric toothbrush. You should also clean under your denture using a water flosser or similar. We will give you comprehensive aftercare advice during your treatment journey.

Absolutely! A full arch restoration can restore your confidence and allow you to enjoy all of your favourite foods again. A full arch restoration is similar to a denture, but the plate is much smaller, so it's more comfortable to wear.

Under­stand the cost of your treatment

Every treat­ment plan is bespoke to the patient and the final cost reflects this. To help you to under­stand how much cos­met­ic den­tistry will cost, we have shared rep­re­sen­ta­tive exam­ples of com­mon treat­ment costs.

Treatment Name
Single Dental Implant£2750

Spread the cost of treat­ment over 12 months

Spread the cost of your treat­ment with our inter­est-free cred­it options. This will make advanced treat­ments more afford­able and allow you to make a deci­sion based on what is right for you, instead of being restrict­ed by budget.


Monthly payments

  • 0% interest available
  • Flexible payment options
  • Low cost loans
  • Approved lending

We are happy to offer our patients 0% APR and low cost loan facilities for dental treatment such as dental implants, Invisalign and for other cosmetic dentistry treatments. The Dental Place Warwick, with it’s registered address at 17 Mar­ket Street, War­wick, CV34 4DH. The Dental Place Warwick is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is entered on the Financial Services Register, reference number {{reference.number}}

Book your free consultation

Every patient jour­ney starts with a friend­ly, no-oblig­a­tion con­sul­ta­tion to learn more about you and your goals. This is the per­fect chance to ask ques­tions about the treat­ment and find out if you are a suit­able candidate.