Full arch rehabilitation is a process in which your entire upper or lower dental arch is restored. This is done with the use of dental implants that get secured in place along the entire arch. They're secured in the jawbone with a dental screw that takes the place of the root. An abutment is a piece that attaches the crown to the screw, and the result is a tooth replacement that's as close to a real tooth as you can get.
Tooth pain and general sensitivity can be extremely situational. Your teeth may appear to be in perfect condition, both in appearance and sensation—until you eat or drink something hot or cold. The temperature of what you consume triggers a usually dormant sensitivity, and your teeth hurt. Perhaps it's only temporary for now, but this type of sensitivity tends to get worse.
The Outer Layer
Temperature-related tooth pain is often related to the outer layer of your teeth—an outer layer that's not as intact as it used to be.