If you have multiple missing teeth, you’re a likely candidate for full arch dental implants, and it may be the best choice for you. Our goal is to provide the best treatment for patients – even those with the most complex presentation and underlying conditions.
Yes! There is no need to go through life with missing teeth or dentures that rock when you have them in. Full Arch Dental implants are the best alternative to dentures.
You don’t have to worry about any embarrassing moments like your dentures slipping or falling out while you’re eating or speaking. Even if you’ve been told that you don’t have enough bone to support your dental implants, you may still be a candidate. We have helped countless patients in similar situations before.
You are absolutely correct; it is. However, you are drawn to it because you know deep down that this is the kind of experience that the best version of you needs. It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Do I want to live a life where smiling is not an option? Ask yourself this question as you close your eyes and take three deep breaths. Or, will I go outside my comfort zone, become the person I was meant to be, and lead the life I deserve.
I once met my patient Mark who not too long ago was in your shoes and I understand exactly how you feel. Yet he made the decision to change the course of his life. He is now one of the happiest people because of his smile. You can do this and we are here to help you.
Our office works with the best healthcare lenders that provide flexible financing. After consultation, you will have options to choose a payment plan that works for you.
It allows us to pay for all the logistics that come with your treatment delivery to avoid delay and dissatisfaction.
The whole procedure takes around three to four hours. However, this may vary for some patients. Our goal is to provide every patient with the best experience during and after procedure.
The answer is YES. Our goal is to have every patient leave with a brand-new smile on the day of surgery.
There are many ways that we help our patients with their medical coverages. We collaborate closely with your treating physicians to establish medical necessity. Once established there is a great chance for your medical insurance to cover a portion of your treatment.
The answer is NO. Our office offers IV Sedation to all patients undergoing Full arch dental implant procedure.
Full arch dental implants can last you a lifetime when an experienced doctor professionally installs them. For peace of mind, we provide a 5-year warranty with our procedure.
With our 5-year warranty, any potential complication arising from the procedure is addressed at no extra cost to the patient providing that the patient is COMPLIANT to our treatment protocol and after-care protocol.
Absolutely! Your new set of teeth will look and feel like natural teeth. Better yet, they will provide you with the best function and aesthetics there is.
The doctor typically completes the upper and lower procedures at the same time. However, consult with your doctor if you need to stage your dental work.
Taking care of your new smile is quite simple and should be maintained like natural teeth. We recommend the following maintenance protocol:
1. Rinse THREE times a day with the Chlorhexidine mouth wash for FIVE MINUTES each time.
2. Brush your teeth twice a day with regular fluoride toothpaste.
3. Use the WATER-PIK to help clean the underneath of your appliance
4. DO NOT miss your follow up appointments.
With our adoption of the most meaningful technology known to dentistry, our team can DIAGNOSE and TREAT any speech impediments that a patient may have. Consult with our doctor(s) if you have any concerns.
No. Dental implants are made of titanium and therefore are biocompatible, they will not set off metal detectors.
No. Most people who had a seed caught in their dentures will say it’s like a rock in their shoe. It’s because the denture puts pressure on your gums every time you bite down. Your implants are secured on top of connectors called ABUTMENTS and therefore do not add any pressure or discomfort to the underlying gum tissue.
No. It is called a TRANSITION LINE. Our ceramist and designers pay critical attention to ensure that transition is not visible while you smile or eat.
No, you will not be able to floss between your teeth. However, we strongly advise the usage of a WaterPik to keep the transition clean.
On rare occasion during the healing phase, a patient may break a tooth on their temporary appliance. We will always have another set of teeth within 24 hours in case such rare incident happens.
Malinda was on a search for a clinician that can offer her the dream smile that she has been looking for, for years. After many and many rejections and uncomfortable appointments, she finally learned about Dr. Charles and New York Dental Implants from a friend in the local area.
Prior to coming to Dr. Charles she was depressed and unsure how and who is going to help her fix her smile. She was covering her mouth all the time and at one point she was glad that she had to wear a mask to avoid showing her smile!
After making the investment into her smile, Malinda has been the happiest she has ever been. She gets complimented about her smile everywhere she goes! She can now go out without having to feel the need to wear a mask to cover her smile. Even her relationship with her husband has improved drastically!
Sidney avoided going to the dentist for a very long time. This dramatically affected his lifestyle. He could not eat what he wanted and struggled to even bite an apple! After having his full arch dental implant procedure, he can now eat whatever he wishes.
A moment that he thanks Dr. Charles for is when he was smiling and his niece noticed that this was the first time that she had seen him smile and that he has dimples!
His advice to many people that are in his previous position is to schedule a consultation and see how Dr. Charles and his team can help you.
After years of not being able to smile, eat or go out, Sil’Juana finally gets another chance in life!
She can now socialize and go out with her friends and family. Prior to her smile transformation, she struggled to talk to anyone or smile back, even to her own family and grandkids.
Initially studied Dentistry in his native country of Haiti, acquiring his doctorate in 1999.
The new millennium brought him to the United States where he continued his studies acquiring advanced dental training at the New York University College of Dentistry (NYU), The State University of New York, at Buffalo (UB), and the University of Rochester Eastman Institute for Oral Health.
Dr. Charles professional work uses various aspects of oral surgery and implant dentistry to rehabilitate his patients to a full functional and aesthetically pleasing smile.
As an expert in his field, he helps train and educate doctors to become more proficient in their approach of patient care delivery. Dr. Charles area of expertise is focused in the following dental implant treatment:
SAME DAY SMILE RESTORATION ON A SOLID FOUNDATION OF DENTAL IMPLANTS