All on 4 Dental Treatment
All on 4 treatment surgery under sedation involves – 4 implants, with fixed all acrylic bridge
All on 4 Treatment Options
|ALL ON 4 TREATMENT SURGERY UNDER SEDATION, (INVOLVES – 4 IMPLANTS, WITH FIXED ALL ACRYLIC BRIDGE)|
|COMPLETED IN 3 DAYS|
|STRAUMANN/ NOBEL BIOCARE IMPLANTS|
|USUALLY AFTER 6 MONTHS|
|NEW ACRYLIC BRIDGE|
|NEW CERAMIC BRIDGE|
|TITANIUM WITH ACRYLIC (PROCERA)|
|TITANIUM WITH CERAMIC (PROCERA)|
|YOU CAN CHOOSE ONE OF THE ABOVE OPTIONS AFTER CONSULTING WITH OUR DOCTOR.|
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** Our Estimates are inclusive of:
1. Initial consultation.
2. Specialist consultation.
3. Pre-operative investigations such as-
– Cone Beam CT scan.
– Study models
– Clinical photographs
4. Anesthetic evaluation.
5. Prosthetic phase – Bridge fabrication phase – this may include face-bow transfer
6. Oral prophylaxis…
NOTE : AS A CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTRE, WE DO CERTAIN TREATMENTS AT SUBSIDISED COST FOR DESERVING PATIENTS UNDER CONTINUING WORKSHOP CATEGORY.
What is an All on 4 Implant treatment?
All on 4 implants is a treatment procedure that essentially involves replacement of all missing teeth in one jaw by using only 4 implants.
How different is that from conventional dental implants?
All on 4 implant treatment uses only 4 implants, unlike traditional implants where 5-8 implants are needed in one arch.
The traditional implant treatment usually required bone grafting procedures and prolong the duration of the treatment to 1 year. All on 4 implants do not require a bone grafting procedure as the implants are placed in strategic areas of the jaw where there is more available jaw bone often eliminating the need for costly and time consuming bone grafting, sinus lift procedures.
All on 4 Implant treatments saves your time and money as well as repeated surgeries and discomfort.
Who are the candidates for All on 4 implants?
Those who are currently wearing dentures or those who have many missing teeth or for whom their teeth are shaky requiring replacement of entire teeth are the ideal candidates for all on 4 implant treatment.
How does the teeth look in All on 4 implant treatment?
The artificial teeth look, feel and function more like your natural teeth. These teeth are connected to the implants and solidly fixed in place. They can be removed only by the dentist.
What is the Success Rate of All-on-4 implant treatment?
According to the literature evidence the success rate of All of 4 implant treatment have been 94% worldwide.
How are the All on 4 Implant treatment done and how long does it take?
The All on 4 Implant treatments can be done under local anesthesia or conscious sedation or general anesthesia. The total treatment time can be completed in 3-4 days and you can walk back home with the confident smile.
What are patient’s benefits from All on 4 Implants?
- Short treatment time
- Minimal visits to the dentist
- Minimal surgical procedures
- Fixed prosthetic solution
- Better healing and recovery
- Better maintenance ( Low maintenance)
- Natural looking teeth and gums
- Screw retained prosthesis – ease of retrievability
- Of course, Confidence to Laugh out loud without the fear of dropping the dentures!!
What are the complications associated with the All on 4 implant procedure?
The reported complications are post operative Sinusitis, parasthesia , oro antral fistula. All these complications can be avoided when proper diagnostic and surgical protocols are followed.
How long do the All on 4 implants and new teeth last?
The Implants last a lifetime and permanent replacement teeth are made of highly durable materials and are designed to last up to 10 years under normal conditions.
What if I don’t have enough bone for All on 4 Implant?
When you don’t have enough bone for the placement of All on 4 implants, Zygoma implant treatment can be helpful. The Dentist will analyze whether you are an candidate for All on 4 implants or Zygoma implants after looking at your CBCT scan report.