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FIXED HYBRID PROSTHESIS – CARY, NC

Dentures that Feel More Natural Than Ever

Smiling senior woman with fixed hybrid prosthesis in Cary A complete smile is a precious asset. Not only can it enable you to eat a robust diet, but it can also help you feel confident in social situations. If you have lost some or most of your teeth, conventional dentures may be able to help — but they have some significant limitations. That is where dental implants — specifically, a fixed hybrid prosthesis — comes into the picture. A “Fixed Hybrid Prosthesis” is a premium dental restoration that replaces all teeth in the upper jaw or lower jaw. This treatment has significant benefits in comparison to conventional dentures and has a workflow with diagnostic, surgical, and restorative components.

BENEFITS OF A FIXED HYBRID PROSTHESIS

Beautiful senior woman enjoying benefits of implant denturesBenefits of a fixed hybrid prosthesis include:

GETTING STARTED WITH DIAGNOSTICS

CBCT machine, part of diagnostic process for fixed hybrid prostheses The treatment planning process for a fixed hybrid prosthesis begins with a thorough evaluation by Dr. Koch. After he has the opportunity to examine your mouth, he will be able to talk to you about your options for restoring a complete, functional smile. Here is a brief overview of what you can expect during this stage of your treatment journey:

SURGICAL Treatment by Oral Surgeon or Periodontist

Following the diagnostic/planning stage, you will undergo a dental implant surgery. Dr. Koch works with trusted local oral surgeons and periodontists for this part of your treatment process, thereby contributing to the most predictable treatment outcomes for patients. The surgical process includes:

RESTORATIVE Treatment by Dr. Koch

Illustration of prosthesis for lower arch being placed on implants Following your surgery, Dr. Koch will begin the restorative phase of your treatment.