All on 4

All on 4 Dental Implants: Get New Teeth in a Day

All on 4 dental implants essentially use four implants as anchors for full or partial permanent dentures. The technical names for this prosthesis are “hybrid” or “fixed-detachable”. It can be removed by an implant dentist when/if needed, but not by the patient. The popular names are “All-On-4” or “Teeth-in-a-Day”. These are sometimes done with 4 or 6 implants, depending on varying factors in a given patient’s anatomy.  This is wildly popular, worldwide. Because of its popularity and potential profit margin there are many under-qualified dentists attempting it. These treatments result in a denture-type prosthesis that attaches (is screwed on) to multiple implants. It can be made of titanium/acrylic or zirconium. Tooth breakage is common if the material choice is wrong or if the patient has a strong bite, clenches or grinds. It is a very good option when done properly with the correct combination of materials. The final result is highly aesthetic, functional and comfortable.

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After the procedure, you get a complete set of upper or lower dentures that you can easily hold in place using less than 50% of the implants required with traditional implant procedures.

What is the All on 4 Dental Implant Procedure?

The all on 4 implant system is different from traditional implants in that a traditional dental implant requires several procedures. In addition, the healing time can be lengthy.

However, when comparing all on 4 dental implants vs traditional implants, it is important to note that all on 4 implants can usually be inserted in just one dental appointment.

Therefore, you can easily go back home the same day with your implants and restorations.

Benefits of All on 4 Dental Implants vs Traditional Implants

What’s great about these implants is that they are more hassle free and comfortable than the majority of removable dentures are. In addition, they are a non-intrusive and quick way to maintain your smile if you are susceptible to major tooth decay as you age.

If you choose to undergo all on 4 dental implants, note that you’ll have between four and six implants installed. And the great news is that you can expect these implants to remain strong long term.

As a result, you should have no problem being able to chew as you grow older. Plus, you can avoid the further loss of bone in your jaw.

Here is the detailed step-by-step process for getting all-on-4 dental implants in Golden Smile Dent
  1. To begin with, your high experienced dentist will administer local or general anaesthesia to ensure that you are comfortable.
  2. The dentist or oral surgeon will remove your remaining teeth that are decaying in order to prepare your mouth for the implants. Then, they will remove any infected or damaged tissue from your gums and jaw.
  3. Finally, the implantation process can begin. The dentist or surgeon will insert implant screws into your jaw. Most often, two implants are placed at the front of your mouth, and two – at the back. These implants will serve as “anchors” to evenly bear the weight of the full denture.
  4. Once the implants are placed, the dentist will clean the treated areas and suture all the incisions. You will be taken to a recovery room to relax and take your time to wake up from the anesthesia.