Missing all the upper teeth
A patient who has lost all the upper teeth is an excellent candidate for rehabilitation with dental implants, since conventional (mucous supported) prostheses are not always tolerated well and frequently cause a great deal of discomfort and insecurity.
The most suitable form of treatment is a fixed prosthesis on implants. This option offers better aesthetic and functional results for rehabilitating cases of a complete loss of teeth, allowing the patient to recover their lost well-being and self-esteem.
According to each individual case, a totally ceramic, metallic-ceramic or hybrid (metallic-acrylic) fixed bridge can be used, all of which are supported by implants.
It is necessary to place dental implants in such cases. The number of implants depends on the clinical situation of each individual patient.