All-On-4 Same Day Full Jaw dental Implants
We are able to replace a full set of teeth and place the dental implants and teeth in one visit. If you are wanting to replace a full jaw with dental implants then the all-on-4 technique might be suitable for you. By using only 4 dental implants, they are positioned in such a way that we avoid any anatomical features, with less bone than normal, meaning we can treat the majority of cases compared to conventional methods.
How do same day dental implants work?
- The All-on-4 dental implants procedure replaces a whole arch or both arches of missing/failing teeth.
- A fixed bridge is attached to dental implants – all in one visit.
- On the day of surgery, any remaining teeth are extracted, and 4-6 implants are placed.
What are the benefits to you?
All-on-4 or Teeth in a Day dental implants minimise the number of appointments needed – especially in contrast to the traditional ‘full arch’ treatment process.
A major benefit of a ‘Teeth in a Day’ fixed temporary bridge – as opposed to a temporary denture – means that patients have fixed teeth throughout the entire treatment process.
Those who have endured badly-fitting dentures of wobbly or loose teeth for years can look forward to being provided with a natural-looking, secure, sturdy and comfortable bridge attached to their new dental implants.
Teeth in a Day and All-on-4 dental implants have made an enormous positive difference for all our previous patients, with the successful procedure in some cases providing a new lease on life.
What is the process of All-on-4 same day dental implants?
- Consultation with Dr Gary Wu who will examine and discuss treatment. Impressions and a CBCT 3D scan to assist with initial planning
- Stages involved to make temporary teeth first.
- Surgery visit to remove remaining teeth. Placement of dental implants. Placement of first set of teeth.
- Final set of teeth are fitted once dental implants have healed in 3-6 months later.
How does the All-on-4® dental implant technique differ from dentures?
- Are cleaned and maintained similarly to natural teeth and do not need to be removed after meals or at night time.
- Enable you to bite down with close to a natural bite, thus allowing you to enjoy the foods you love, but couldn’t manage with uncomfortable dentures.
- Do not shift around and cannot fall out, saving patients much discomfort and social embarrassment.
- Do not rest solely on the gums, as is the case with dentures, and therefore seldom cause irritation, inflammation and the development of sores in the mouth.
- Dental implants promote better jaw bone health by channeling the functional stimulation associated with eating into the supporting hard tissue.
- Can halt the progression of bone loss in the jaw and so do not require one’s bridgework to be redone every few years or so (as a result of the changing shape of the jaw).
- Do not incur repeated expenses such as messy adhesives, soaking solutions, anesthetic gels and other hygienic and storage products typically needed for dentures.
- The All-on-4® bridge is far slimmer than traditional bulky dentures and doesn’t cover the hard palate. Consequently, it does not tend to trigger the gag reflex or impede your ability to taste and sense the temperature of your food properly.
What is the difference between the All-on-4® and conventional dental implant techniques?
- The All-on-4® only requires four dental implants to provide patients with new teeth. Older techniques could require as many as six, eight or even ten dental implants to be placed per jaw! This means that for full mouth reconstruction, a patient could be looking at having as many as 20 dental implants placed, which frequently worked out to be prohibitively expensive. Additionally, the use of more implants means more surgery, incurring a longer recovery period with greater post-operative pain. If spaced too close together, the risks of complications and implant failure could be greater.
- The All-on-4® typically only requires a single surgery to give patients new teeth. With only four dental implants needed per jaw, full arch replacement can quite easily and safely be completed within the space of a single procedure. Older techniques could see a patient coming in for treatment for up to 18 months, as the greater number of implants and “necessary” bone grafting would have to be performed in sessions. This means lengthier treatment, greater discomfort, multiple recovery periods, more time off from work, inconvenience and, of course, expense!
- The All-on-4® typically avoids the need for bone grafting surgery. The oral diseases that cause tooth loss can also deteriorate jawbone health. This combined with atrophy (caused by the loss of functional stimulation of the jawbone via the tooth roots) used to necessitate the augmentation of the jawbone before the surgeon could even consider treatment using dental implants. However, owing to the strategic arrangement of implants utilizing the All-on-4®technique, we can almost always find enough support from the existing bone volume for a new set of teeth to be placed. This saves patients significant discomfort, money and time AND it almost always enables patients to receive new and immediately functional teeth in as little as a single day.
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All-On-4 Dental Implants Stoke-On-Trent
from £260 per month
*subject to status Conditions apply Representative example: Cash price £13000 60 monthly payments of £261.31 Representative APR 7.9% Interest £2,678.60 Total Payable: £15678.60
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