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All on 4

All-on-4 is a dental implant treatment used to secure a full set of teeth in individuals who have lost their teeth. Using four strategically placed dental implants, this method is designed to restore chewing function, speech, and aesthetic appearance.

The All-on-four treatment can be an appropriate solution for individuals who are edentulous (lacking teeth), have lost most of their teeth, experienced implant-related issues in the past, or have insufficient jawbone volume. The most accurate evaluation will be done by a dentist or oral surgeon.

Titanium is typically the material of choice for implants due to its biocompatibility and ability to osseointegrate, or fuse, well with the jawbone.

First, an examination is conducted and a treatment plan is determined based on tomographic and X-ray results. Typically, four implants are strategically placed in the jawbone. The implants are left to heal for several months to ensure integration with the jawbone. In the final stage, a specially designed dental bridge is permanently placed. This bridge replaces the missing teeth.

Yes, local anesthesia is used to numb the mouth and surrounding areas during the procedure, minimizing pain and discomfort. If the patient’s overall health condition allows, general anesthesia or sedation may also be an option.

The prosthetics used in All-on-four treatments are designed to mimic natural teeth in terms of appearance and functionality, restoring abilities such as chewing and speaking.

The All on 4 method requires fewer implants, less bone, and typically involves less invasive surgical procedures. It offers faster healing times and can be particularly advantageous for patients with significant bone loss in the posterior regions of the mouth.

The All-on-four method offers a quick and effective treatment option for individuals with significant tooth loss. It uses fewer implants placed strategically to support a stable dental bridge. An added advantage is the possibility of providing temporary teeth during the healing period, ensuring the patient is not toothless.

Similar to natural teeth, regular brushing, flossing, and the use of mouthwash are recommended. In addition, regular dental check-ups should be maintained for professional cleaning and monitoring.

Teeth whitening procedures do not affect the color of dental implants or prosthetics. Therefore, it’s recommended to consider teeth whitening prior to the treatment if the remaining natural teeth are present and require whitening, as the color of the prosthesis will be matched to the existing teeth.