Options for Replacing All of My Teeth Timonium, MD

Modern dental advancements allow people with extensive or even complete tooth loss to restore their smiles. All teeth replacement options include implants, complete dentures, implanted-supported dentures, and more. Complete tooth replacement can drastically improve the appearance of your smile, improve speech, increase comfort, and significantly boost your self-confidence.

If you have extensive or complete tooth loss, all teeth replacement options can restore your smile’s health and well-being. All teeth replacement options are available at Quality Family Dentistry in Timonium and the surrounding area. Call us today at 410-252-6676 to learn more about our services or schedule an appointment.

Candidates for All Teeth Replacement Options

Full mouth extractions may be necessary for various reasons. Individuals who experience excessive or total tooth loss are ideal candidates for complete tooth replacement treatments. Severe tooth loss primarily occurs because of severe infection or decay. It can also occur due to gum disease, trauma, bone loss, or abscess.

We may recommend a full-mouth extraction to prepare patients for complete dentures. The best treatment option for a patient depends on several factors, such as lifestyle choices, diet, the extent of jawbone deterioration, and budget. We can assess each patient’s individual needs and circumstances to recommend the optimal solution.

“Which option is right for any particular patient depends on several factors, such as lifestyle choices, diet, the extent of jawbone deterioration, and budget.”

Complete Dentures to Replace Teeth

There are two types of complete dentures, immediate and conventional. Once a patient has their teeth removed, the gum tissue has time to heal. Then, placement of the conventional dentures occurs eight to 12 weeks after the extraction.

The creation of immediate dentures happens ahead of time. This allows us to place this type of complete denture as soon as we remove the patient’s teeth. While this option is quick, it also requires more adjustments during the healing process. Immediate dentures are only a temporary option while the laboratory creates the conventional dentures.

“There are two types of complete dentures, immediate and conventional.”

Implant-Supported Options

Besides dentures, there are implant-supported options to replace missing teeth. In addition to looking and functioning like natural teeth, implant-supported full bridges or dentures are also long-lasting. They can also be more comfortable and stable than conventional dentures. These benefits allow patients to have a more natural biting and chewing ability.

The dental implant process involves surgically inserting a titanium steel screw into the gum line and fusing it to the jawbone. Once the implant has fused, we place temporary healing caps and various connecting devices to attach multiple crowns to the implants. This completes the foundation on which we will place the new bridge or denture. Lastly, we will create and place the full bridge or denture and attach it to small metal posts, called abutments.

“In addition to looking and functioning like natural teeth, implant-supported full bridges or dentures are also long-lasting.”

Other Complete Teeth Replacement Options

Besides complete dentures, full bridges, and dental implants, patients can also choose the All-on-4® dental implant treatment to replace their teeth. All-on-4 treatment involves the use of four implants to support a full-arch lower denture. In some cases, the upper denture may require up to six implants to support the appliance.

Treatment consists of placing two implants at the front of the arch in the space previously occupied by the front teeth. The next step involves placing the other implants on either side and at a 45° angle tilting towards the back of the mouth. Then, the overdenture attaches to the dental implants with special attachments on the fitting surface. People should contact us to find out more about our available treatments.

“Besides complete dentures, full bridges, and dental implants, patients can also choose the All-on-4® dental implant treatment to replace their teeth.”

Replacing All Teeth

Complete teeth replacement can sound like a daunting experience. In severe cases, the spread of a cavity, tooth decay, or bacterial infections can move from one tooth to the entire mouth. A full mouth extraction is necessary when the damaged or infected teeth are no longer useful.

Luckily, various tooth replacement options are available. It is important to replace missing teeth because it can impact speech and eating and cause other problems over time. Tooth loss can also affect the jaw and facial muscles. As the mouth shifts, missing teeth can result in a changed face shape. All teeth replacement is a good option for people who want to avoid such complications.

“Once the implant has fused, we will apply a crown that looks, feels, and functions just like a natural tooth.”

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Options for Replacing All of My Teeth Terminology

Alveolar Bone

The alveolar bone is the bone surrounding the root of the tooth that keeps the tooth in place.


A clasp is a device that holds a removable partial denture prosthesis to the teeth.

Customized Dentures

Customized dentures are dentures specifically designed to fit a patient’s mouth instead of having the patient wear generic dentures that do not fit properly.

Dental Arch

The dental arch is the curved row of teeth in each jaw.

Denture Base

The denture base is the part of the denture that connects the artificial teeth with the soft tissue of the gums.


Edentulous is a term that applies to people who do not have any teeth.


Extraction is the process of removing a tooth from the bone socket.


The jawbone is the bone of the lower jaw.


Rebase is the process of refitting denture prosthesis by replacing the base material.

Call Us to Get More Details

Our dental crown options in Timonium give patients choices for tooth restoration. If you have concerns about your teeth, call us today at (410) 705-6015 to schedule a consultation regarding any questions you have about our dental crown services.

Frequently Asked Questions

A. Tooth loss can affect a person’s oral health and overall health. Missing teeth can result in the loss of bone density, drifting teeth, and further tooth loss. All this may cause a person to eat a diet lacking the nutrients needed to maintain overall health.

A. Most children are not at risk of losing most or all of their teeth. However, if a child does lose one or more teeth, there are safe replacement options. Our team can provide parents with more information during a consultation.

A. Every patient is different. There is no best teeth replacement option for everyone. However, implants are a popular full tooth replacement option since they look and feel similar to a natural tooth. Our team will discuss each patient’s best options during their consultation.

A. Every patient is different. The cost for any complete teeth replacement solution will vary. People should contact their insurance provider for more information before seeking treatment.

A. Denture adhesives are pastes, powders, or adhesive pads that people place on or in dentures to help them stay in place. Over time, bone shrinkage occurs in the mouth, causing gaps and dentures to become loose. These adhesives provide temporary relief from loose dentures.

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