With this method, the patient’s jaw bone density is not as crucial as it is for a Single-Tooth Implant. That means there is no extended healing time needed, allowing your dentist to complete your treatment on the same day.
The prosthesis used consists of a fixed, full arch of artificial teeth fixed on to between four and six dental implants — the only difference between the All-on-Four and All-on-Six methods. Your dental practitioner will evaluate your case and advise the most appropriate method for your individual needs.
Your quality of life will improve immeasurably once your new prosthetic teeth are fitted, the treatment time is much shorter than that of a single-tooth implant, and the results are long-lasting. The method is also more cost-effective than individual implants for each prosthesis.Back to Dental Implants