This is placed to replace a missing tooth in order to help the other teeth preserve their natural position and stop bone loss.
An implant-supported bridge is needed when two or more teeth are missing in an area. It also may be used when your dentist is concerned that you might put too much pressure on individual implants that are not connected to each other. The implants will be placed next to natural teeth, the natural teeth and surrounding gums must be in good health. If you don’t have enough bone to place and support the dental implants, the supporting bone can be built up using bone augmentation or grafting before the actual implant procedure begins. The “all-on-four” technique is used when all teeth are missing in an arch either upper or lower.
This is a full arch solution for edentulous patients and can be classified according to the missing alveolar bone density
High Alveolar Bone Density
Using straight regular implants or All-on-4 tilted implants to maximize stability
The high cost of All on 4 dental implants in the U.S. is the main reason why a lot of people don't get permanent dentures and stick with traditional dentures leading to future consequences like bone deterioration. Traveling aboard for a Full Mouth Restoration can be 60% more affordable.
Is getting All on 4 in Mexico the best choice for me?
All on 4 dental implants might be the most known method for full-mouth reconstruction.
Unlike other implant supported dentures the all on 4 is recommended as an option for patients that don't have enough bone density, height or thickness for regular fixed-hybrid dentures.
The decision on which option if best for you will be made after the 3D imaging CT scan, diagnostic records and examination are complete and depends on the bone density and the bone height/width.
All On 4 Dental Implants in Los Algodones
What are all on 4 dental implants? The All-on-4 Implant System means you will receive a full arch rehabilitation supported by only 4 implants.
Usually Two implants will be tilted to maximize efficiency, allowing our dentist to make use of the best bone available on a patient's mouth. This special implant placement is the All-on-4 technique.
The Benefits of All on 4
Using only 4 or 6 dental implants to attach a full row of teeth, is the most efficient way to restore your mouth.
Having all on 4 can really change your life and boost your self esteem by providing you with the following benefits:
Restores a Full Arch with only 4 Implants: Reduced Recovery time.
Recovers your oral functionality: You can Eat, Chew, Talk normally again.
Looks and feel just like natural teeth: Highest end materials that are the most similar to natural teeth.
Preserves bone Density: Dental Implants act like tooth roots helping to your bone preservation
Lowers the Need for Bone Grafting: Sometimes bone grafting is needed to augment your bone density with all on 4 implants you can skip this process.
A dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor. The basis for modern dental implants is a biologic process called osseointegration, in which materials such as titanium form an intimate bond to bone.
Is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of a prepared tooth. With this procedure we restore the functionality of cracked teeth or with excessive decay, replace a pre-existing crown and even cosmetic modifications, by making dental crowns strong and giving them the shape and size of a natural tooth.
Composite Resin Fillings, also known as tooth-colored fillings, provide strength and resistance to fracture in small- to midsize fillings. This type of fillings needs to withstand moderate pressure due to chewing.
Natural aesthetic Porcelain Veneers choose from bleach colors like BL1, BL2, BL3, BL4, to natural white colors like B1 and A1.
Are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Conventional dentures are removable
Root Canal Therapy is a good solution for patients who have significant inflammation or infection in the pulp of a tooth. Without treatment, the infection may progress to cause pain or formation of an abscess underneath the tooth, which affects the strength and function of the tooth.