All-on-4 Dental Implants
The All-on-4 dental implants will make you smile again
It sounds like mission impossible—but with the help of advanced dental implant technology, just four implants can replace all your teeth at the bottom or the top of your mouth!
Implants are an easy solution to a common problem as tooth loss is quite common among adults, and also in older people. It will be surprising to many, but according to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, surveyed dentists say that more than 35 million Americans have missing teeth in lower, upper, or both the jaws. And instead of dealing with the discomfort and inconvenience inherent in the traditional use of dentures, many patients are opting for the All-on-4 dental implant restoration method.
All-on-4 offers one full arch of teeth
Knowing what a dental implant is, will be helpful in getting a good understanding of this excellent technique for replacing teeth. In an implant, a small titanium screw is fitted inside your jawbone, and the screw replaces the root-part of the missing tooth. Minor surgery is needed to insert the implants. Once the implant is well-positioned, a crown is affixed to provide you a realistic-looking and fully operational prosthetic tooth.
But here comes the real kicker: you do not require a dental implant for each of your missing teeth! Now this is a significant relief as it saves so much hassle, time and pain. Positioning four precisely placed implants on the top of your mouth and four in the lower jaw will bring back your full smile—and that’s the remarkable benefit of the All-on-4. Moreover, as the implant is made of titanium, it has the singular quality to fuse with the living bone and move about as part of it. Eventually, the dental implant grows into the jawbone and offers a durable foundation for your new teeth.
The bone fusing feature of the All-on-4 not only ensures that your implants are perpetually fixed in place, but they also prevent future bone loss in the jaw. Both benefits provide a more youthful facial structure—and improved oral health.
But, getting back your smile is the biggest benefit of the All-on-4, as it quickly helps to transform your life from a painful and stressful one.
Yes You Can Get A Dazzling New smile In Just One Day
Dentists use dental implants from different providers. We use need implant type and combine the high-precision technology of the All-on-4 procedure with the skills and experience of our implant teams to offer patients brand new smiles in just one day.
For people who don’t have the majority of their teeth, our all-inclusive approach at Excellence Dental works due to the following reasons:
In one patient-focused facility, you will find all our doctors, lab technicians, and equipment
No procedure stress: when you are wholly sedated, we place in your mouth the All-on-4 implants and the arches of your new teeth.
In just one day, you exit our dental center—armed with a natural and fully operating set of teeth.
After the implant procedure is completed, you are just one step away from receiving your new smile and feeling great again. Dental implants need some time to heal and fuse to your jawbone, and during this fusion period, our team provides temporary teeth, which will soon be replaced with your customized and permanent teeth and winning smile.
Is the All-on-4 the right option?
At Excellence Dental, we offer a free first-time consultation and then thoroughly examine the patient by ascertaining the full dental and general health history. For example, a 3D CT scan will help decide if you require implants, and our doctors will assist you in devising a customized treatment plan, including the use of the All-on-4. So, if you want to know more about dental implants and benefits of the All-on-4 approach, simply get in touch with us for a free consultation. It’s the ideal way to know how dental implants can transform your life.
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