Did you know that more than 35 million people in the United States of America don’t have all of their lower and upper teeth? Such individuals usually resort to dentures, considering how they are the traditional remedy for the problem. However, what most people don’t realize initially is that dentures come with a lot of hassle and discomfort. Almost all the hassle and fuss can be escaped if individuals opt for a revolutionary dental procedure, known as All- on-4 dental implants for the restoration of their teeth.
A dental implant is a small titanium screw that is meant to replace your missing tooth by fitting inside your jawbone. A surgery is required for the insertion of the implant after which a crown is attached to give you a fully functional prosthetic tooth.
All-On-Four Dental Implants
You must have the perception that you need a separate dental implant for each of your missing teeth, right? For instance, a person missing all of their teeth would require thirty two implants to have a completely rejuvenated smile again, right? Well, that’s an old concept; owing to how All-on-4 has revolutionized the way implants are done. With this technique as few as four implants can replace your whole denture or all missing teeth with permanent implant supported fixed crowns.
Same Day Teeth
Gone are the days when dental implants required months of procedure before they could be functional. With All-on-4, you be certain to have your dental implants fitted and crowns screwed on the top of them all on the same day. What this means is that the only thing standing between you, your new beautiful smile and all the other benefits that All-on-4 dental implants have got to offer is a single day’s procedure.
Contrary to what a majority might believe, All-on-4 has drastically reduced the cost of implants considering how fewer implants are required. And with the advance of 3D Facial Scanner and 3D Guided Implant Surgery, your rejuvenated smile can be done much faster and safer.
Dr. Danny Truong holds two prestigious fellowships in the International Congress of Implantologists (FICOI) and the American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics (FAAIP).