Oak Lane Dental All-On-4
All-on-4, also known as full arch implant (number of actual implants varies), is a dental implant technique used to restore a full arch of teeth (usually the upper or lower jaw) if you have lost most or all of your natural teeth. This approach provides a fixed and permanent set of prosthetic teeth using only four dental implants to support the entire arch of replacement teeth.
Benefits of the All-on-4 dental implant technique include:
Improved Aesthetics: The prosthetic teeth look and feel like natural teeth, enhancing the patient’s appearance and self-confidence.
Enhanced Functionality: Patients can eat, speak, and smile with confidence, as the All-on-4 solution provides better stability and chewing efficiency compared to traditional dentures.
Minimized Bone Grafting: All-on-4 often requires less bone grafting than traditional implant procedures because the implants are strategically placed to make the best use of available bone.
Shorter Treatment Time: The All-on-4 procedure typically requires fewer surgeries and a shorter overall treatment time compared to some other full-arch restoration options.
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The All-On-4 Process
Assessment: Your dentist will evaluate your oral health, bone density, and other factors to determine if you are a suitable candidate for the All-on-4 procedure.
Implant Placement: The necessary number of dental implants are strategically placed in your jawbone. These implants are typically positioned at specific angles and locations to take advantage of the available bone and provide stability.
Healing: In many cases, a temporary set of teeth is attached to the implants immediately after the implant placement surgery. This temporary prosthesis allows you to have functional teeth while the implants heal and integrate with the jawbone.
Integration: Over a few months, the dental implants fuse with the surrounding bone. This integration is crucial for the long-term stability of your implant-supported teeth.
Final Step: Once the implants have fully integrated and healed, a permanent set of customized prosthetic teeth (such as a bridge or fixed denture) is fabricated and securely attached to your implants. These prosthetic teeth are designed to look and function like natural teeth.
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