The meal that you want, the smile that you want and the confidence that you want are much closer than you may think. In fact, if you desire to fully replace all of your teeth, our All-on-4 implant system can provide all of these luxuries and more. When you choose All-on-4 implants, the tone of your facial muscles can be restored and you may feel as though your smile looks years younger. In about a day, you can experience an increase in your self-confidence and a boost in the quality of your daily life.
With the innovative and technologically advanced All-on-4 dental implant technique, we can help you to say goodbye to dentures, missing, or failing teeth. Our technique has been proven to be successful and cost effective; making All-on-4 implants the perfect permanent alternative to dentures.
The All-on-4 Dental Implants Procedure
The All-on-4 dental implant procedure can typically be completed in one day thanks to its use of only four implants in each jaw. These four implants are able to sustain a complete denture because they are placed at precise angles, allowing for greater support by the underlying bone. Additionally, there is rarely a need for bone grafting or supplemental surgeries. The ease and precision of the surgical procedure translates into a significant savings in terms of time, money, and post-operative healing.
The benefits of the All-on-4 dental implant technique are both immediate and long-lasting:
- Immediately evident results
- Enhanced personal appearance
- Freedom and flexibility in eating choices
- A smile that is durable and long-lasting
- Reduced health risks associated with tooth loss and dental diseases
- Easy daily oral hygiene
Learn More about All-on-4 Dental Implants
The All-on-4 dental implant technique is well-tolerated by most patients, but a personalized assessment and consultation will be the only way to know if this choice is right for you. With permanent teeth that won’t slip or slide like traditional dentures, implant dentistry offers complete discretion. No one will be able to tell that you have implants. To learn more about this one day solution to a complete smile, contact our office to book your consultation today.
All-on-4 is a specific method of anchoring a full arch of prosthetic teeth to dental implants. This involves placing four dental implants in the jaw in very precise locations so that they can withstand the force and pressure associated with oral function. All-on-4 holds dentures in place rather than dentures drawing on support only from the arched shaped of the jawbone. By anchoring prosthetic teeth to dental implants, patients will not experience movement of their prosthetics, which inhibits oral function.
Having Implant-supported dentures is beneficial for a number of reasons. When compared to conventional dentures, All-on-4 greatly increases oral function so that people can speak and eat with ease and confidence. Since dental implants are placed in the jawbone, they will protect bone health by keeping the jaw stimulated. Bone atrophy is a problem that typically accompanies tooth loss. This occurs because the roots of teeth are no longer there to keep bone active. Bone loss affects the way that dentures fit and it can make a person look older than they should.
If you have lost most or all of your teeth, you might be a candidate for All-on-4. The only way to be certain, however, is to schedule a tooth loss consultation at our practice. At your appointment, we will perform a thorough examination and discuss your treatment options. After an examination, we can determine if this method of tooth replacement is right for your needs. Your consultation is also a great time to bring up concerns or questions you have.
Dental insurance coverage for tooth replacement varies from provider to provider. If you have questions about your coverage, it is best to call your insurer. As a courtesy, our staff will file your insurance claims on your behalf after treatment.
The recovery time for All-on-4 can vary from person to person because we all heal at different rates. For the most part, patients can resume normal everyday activities in about three to four days following their procedure.