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All on 4 and All on 6 Implant Techniques

Having a good oral health makes it possible to enjoy what you eat and look nice at the same time. Other treatments are available for people who have lost all of their teeth in addition to procedures to improve oral and dental health. These procedures, which are used based on each patient’s unique bone structure, allow patients who have lost all of their teeth to eat with comfort and have attractive smiles. The procedures used in these treatments that are most frequently chosen are All on 4 and All on 6.

What are All on 4 and All on 6 Techniques? 

It is the application of prosthetic teeth for the patients who have lost all of their teeth and jawbone and use removable prosthetics which are not functional. As they need minimum implant intervention, these techniques are preferred. 

In this process, fixed prostheses are attached to the patient’s jaw with 4 or 6 implants that are placed at once, depending on the jaw structure. 

This procedure helps the patient have an improved quality of life. 

How are All on 4 and All on 6 Implant Techniques applied

The patient’s jaw and oral bone structure are first closely examined. Utilizing radiography techniques, these tests produce precise results. Patients who have weak bone structure typically need operations like bone augmentation and implantation to address this issue. The fusion of the bones could take 4-5 months.

Following a second inspection to assess the patient’s oral structure, if everything is in order for the implant application, the procedure begins. The dentist selects one of the 4 or 6 implant alternatives when the assessment is over, and the procedure is then started.

First, the locations where the implants will be placed are chosen. Since it’s a delicate operation, points are carefully chosen, and the process is started by making sockets in the desired locations.

The waiting period for implants to repair the bones then starts. The patient is fitted with temporary dentures at this time so that they can go about their regular lives without difficulty.

Prior to screwing in fixed dental prosthetics, the implants must heal to the bones for three to six months.

Who is a candidate for All on 4 and All on 6?

Patients who have lost all of their teeth and don’t have any jawbone issues should be able to use this method. By making additional applications, it can also be used on patients who have weak bone structure.

What are the benefits of All on 4 and All on 6?

-After the implant is placed, temporary dentures are attached on the same day to maintain quality of life. 

-The prosthesis, which will be fixed permanently, can be designed unique for each patient.

-It is a comfortable process that doesn’t need any additional operations.

-Generally, there will be no pain or edema after the application, but there may be only a sensation of minor tingling. 

-It is easy to clean and care for the prostheses.

What to consider following All on 4 and All on 6 treatment?

To begin, temporary prosthesis are used. It is advised to stay away from foods that contain hard and sticky substances since the prosthesis used are sensitive. Additionally, avoid applying too much pressure.

Patients can carry on with their normal lives after they begin using fixed prostheses. The greater the emphasis placed on dental health and care, the longer the life of temporary prostheses will be.

What is the difference between All on 4 and All on 6?

Generally, the distinction is that depending on the structure of the jawbone, 4 or 6 implants are used.

The amount of implants that will be used is determined by the dentist after analyzing the jawbone’s structure.

Do you want to get All on 4 or All on 6 treatment?

In order to improve your oral and dental health and live a more comfortable life, contact with us now to start your process! 

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