How does the all on 4 implants work?
The All-on-4 treatment was developed to provide edentulous and soon-to-be-edentulous patients with an efficient and effective restoration that uses only four implants to support immediately loaded, fixed full-arch prostheses.
The all on 4 treatment is a dental implant solution that has helped thousands of people. The all on 4 implants are in a rough explanation like the name says it implant for dentures that are gravely damage and need a total change.
The all On 4 implants are called like that because the palate-less bridge is supported over four implants.
By tilting the two posterior implants, longer implants can be used in reduced bone volume, increasing bone-to-implant contact and reducing the need for vertical bone augmentation.
As tilted posterior implants can be anchored in better quality anterior bone, cantilevers are reduced, improving support for the prostheses. Tilting also reduces the need for bone augmentation.
Why choose the all on 4 Treatment?
The all on 4 treatment is the best option to improve your dental health if your teets are in a really bad situation. All On 4 implants are the solution by many patients and also experts that want a bridge that they can fix to make the patient feel safe when eating, chewing, speaking or laughing.
They are comfortable and you don’t have to take them off every time you go to sleep, also the all on 4 implants don’t hurt if you eat really hot or cold food .
It’s an approach that is less invasive and cost-intensive for the patient than conventional implant restoration (based on more implants), more efficient for the clinician and, most importantly, is clinically validated to work.
Supported by almost 15 years of clinical success, the All-on-4® treatment concept offers a reliable solution for patients looking to escape the discomfort that so often comes from wearing a removable denture.
Today, the All-on-4® treatment concept is backed by a wealth of clinical evidence. Follow-up data show high survival rates over a period of 10 years in the mandible and 5 years in the maxilla.
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