FAQs for All on 4 Dental Implants
What’s the difference between All on 4 and traditional implants?
Per arch, regular implants need six to eight implants while the All on 4 needs only four implants for every arch. Compared to conventional implants, they are placed at an angle, and offer stronger support, are minimally invasive, and need much less recovery time.
What’s the difference between dentures and All on 4 dental implants?
Dentures can be removable or fixed, but due to slippage or alteration of the contours of the mouth, discomfort can be felt. All on 4 dental implants are surgically placed into the gums and the jawbone, and therefore offer better stimulation to the gum tissue and bone than dentures. There is the least discomfort while wearing them, and they appear and feel just like natural teeth.
What’s the time taken to complete All on 4 implantations?
Each arch requires about two and a half hours for implantation after which a temporary dental bridge is fitted, and during the recovery period the permanent, customized replacement teeth are made for use, and they can last for many years.
Are All on 4 implants effective?
It has a 98% success rate, which means it is a safe treatment for replacing missing teeth.
Who should opt for All on 4 dental implants?
They are most suitable for patients whose teeth are missing or failing. It’s also a useful alternative for those wearing dentures.
All on 4 Dental Implants And Its Advantages
- Possibility of completion of treatment in one day
- Teeth look natural
- No restrictions related to food
- Offers better protection to gums, bone
- Help avoid year-long dental placement in traditional implants
- Being anchored to the tooth root, provide better oral health
- No damage while placement
- Longer-lasting than dentures
- No pain though wearing conventional implants can be painful
- All on 4 implants are minimally invasive
To know more about the uses and benefits of All on 4 dental implants, please call us to schedule a consultation so that our experienced staff can assist you in proceeding to the next step towards attaining brand new fully-functioning teeth.
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