Benefits of all-on-four implants?
All-on-four dental implants are specially designed for patients who suffer from complete tooth loss. These implants provide a fixed dental bridge for the patient. The all-on-four dental implants procedure involves implanting four dental implants in the jawbone. These implants are specially designed to provide stable support for the bridge.
The all-on-four dental implant procedure offers a number of benefits. Some of the benefits include:
- Comfort: When your dentist has to place multiple implants, they can be placed at once, eliminating the need for individual procedures. This minimizes the number of appointments needed for your patient.
- Convenience: All-on-four dental implants are permanent and non-removable. They don’t require any additional maintenance or cleaning.
- Improved oral functionality: With all-on-4, you will be able to bite and chew food as you always did with all your natural teeth intact. They also assist with proper pronunciation.
All-On-4 implants are made using materials designed to mimic the look and feel of real teeth. These strong, durable dentures are stable and durable and are designed to last up to 15 years. Patients can also brush and floss their teeth with ease without having to worry about removing their dentures to do so.
Are all-on-four implants right for me?
All-on-four implants might be the right option for you if you have healthy gums and enough bone in your jaw to support a fixed bridge. Our dentist will carefully examine your gums and bone structure and help you determine if all-on-four implants are the right option for you.
You can be an ideal candidate for an all-on-four implant procedure if you:
- Have a sufficient bone structure
- Do not have gum disease
- Do not smoke
- Are committed to treatment
Who Can Benefit From All-on-four Dental Implants?
All-on-four implant-supported dentures are custom-made for patients who are missing all of their upper or lower teeth. They are a good option for patients who want to replace missing or damaged teeth as soon as possible.
All-on-four implant-supported dentures are a good option for people who have:
- Missing teeth in one or both jaws
- Severely damaged teeth
- Jawbone atrophy
- Skeletal disorders
- Weakened jawbones
- Dentures that do not fit properly
- Difficulty with speaking or eating
All-On-4 Dental Implants are a great choice for patients who need a partial set of teeth.
All-On-4 Dental Implants use a less invasive technique than traditional dental implants, making them a better option for patients in need of a complete set of teeth.
What is the All-On-4 Dental Implant Procedure process?
Before your All-On-4 Dental Implant treatment begins, you’ll meet with your implant dentist. He’ll perform a comprehensive exam, take your teeth impressions and order your implants and prosthesis.
Once your dental implants come in, your implant dentist will insert them. You’ll receive temporary teeth that you’ll wear while your implants heal. This usually takes about 4 to 6 weeks. Once your dental implants are healed, you’ll return to your implant dentist’s office, where he’ll attach your permanent teeth.
The All-On-4 Dental Implant procedure process is quick, convenient, and has minimal recovery time.
All-On-4 Dental Implants are a more affordable alternative to traditional dental implants. The procedure consists of attaching a full set of teeth (upper and lower arches) to only four implant posts. The implants and bridgework are permanently attached to the mouth, so patients do not need to worry about removing them at night.
What should I expect during and after an all-on-four procedure?
An all-on-four procedure is completed using four dental implants to support your new implant-supported dentures. Implant-supported dentures are securely attached to your implants and allow you to eat, speak, and smile without worry. Your implants also stimulate your jawbone, preventing it from weakening.
Your new implant-supported dentures allow you to chew your food more thoroughly, which can improve your digestion. They also allow you to eat a wider variety of foods, including crunchy fruits and vegetables.