Alternative to Dentures: Comparing Dentures, Overdentures, All-on-4 and All-on-6

If you are in need of a full mouth restoration for your teeth you may be considering dentures or another permanent, dental implant supported treatment like the All-on-4. Dr. Randy Roberts, DDS, explains the pros and cons of each procedure and explains how the all new 3 on 6™ procedure solves the shortcomings of the other available options, while also being more affordable. With so many options, you want to know which one is the right choice for you? Watch this video for a thorough comparison from a Dentist. Dentures vs All on 4 vs Overdentures vs All-on-6

All-on-4 Dental Implants

Implant technology is giving people full confidence to smile again. An evolutionary step beyond dentures, dental implants give you the option of permanent replacements that look, feel and function just like natural teeth. Unlike dentures, dental implants don’t fall out and they take the worry out of chewing. Implants also preserve facial contours and prevent bone deterioration that can occur when teeth are missing. Our patients love them because they appear so natural. It’s just like having your perfect teeth back again.

10 Facts About All-on-4 Dental Implants

Sadly, many people who could really benefit from All-On-4 implants don’t know much about them or the surgical procedure involved. This is why we’ve created a list of 10 essential things you should know about All-on-4 dental implants.

Zygomatic implants

Every person faces the loss of natural teeth during life. In addition to the appearance of physical and aesthetic discomfort, after the violation of the integrity of the dentition, the gradual resorption of the alveolar part of the jaws, which is responsible for supporting the teeth, begins. Fortunately, modern dentistry and maxillofacial surgery are now at such a level of development that they can improve the quality of life of patients.

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Features of implantation by the All-on-4 method

Implantation according to the All-on-4 method allows you to restore the teeth of one jaw on 4 implants in 1 day: 2 extreme titanium rods are installed at an angle of up to 45 degrees, bypassing the maxillary sinuses in the upper jaw and the nerve exit site in the lower jaw. There is no need to perform additional osteoplastic operations. It is possible to restore teeth as soon as possible – immediately after the operation, a temporary fixed prosthesis is installed.

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