All-on-4, All-on-6 Dental Implants or Full arch dental implants
The All-on-4 dental implant technique has emerged as a revolutionary approach for replacing all the teeth in the top, bottom or both jaws if needed to provide both aesthetics and function, restoring confidence in your smile.
Understanding All on 4 Dental Implants
Full arch dental implants, offer a comprehensive and fixed solution for people with multiple missing, lose or damaged teeth. Unlike traditional dentures or individual implants, the All-on-4 technique utilises a minimum of four strategically placed implants to support full sets of replacement teeth. This approach means less time in the dental chair and less visits.
The process to replace your teeth will start with a planning phase which will include a series of scans, x-rays, and photography. This will aid with determining suitable implant sites within the current bone, as well as planning the final result of your restored teeth.
Following the diagnostic and preparation phase we will commence the removal of any existing teeth, and the placement of the dental implants with some modifications to the bony structures of the jaw. The surgical visit is usually carried out under Intravenous sedation and local anesthetic making the experience as comfortable as possible. Within a few days our lab will have fabricated temporary teeth which are fixed in for a period of 3-6months. Once everything in the mouth has healed the temporary teeth are then replaced with porcelain teeth on a titanium frame to provide a long term fully functional and aesthetic result.
Efficiency & Comfort
Benefits on 4 Dental Implants
The All-on-4 dental implant technique offers numerous advantages for individuals seeking to replace all their teeth:
Replacing all teeth with dental implants through the All-on-4 technique involves carefully orchestrated steps requiring precision and expertise. Here are the steps:
Considerations and Aftercare
Once the All on 4 implant procedure is complete, a key aspect of achieving lasting results is careful consideration and diligent aftercare. Here, we explore essential factors to bear in mind and practices to uphold for the continued health and functionality of your new smile: