Missing teeth can create a big problem, not only in terms of your facial appearance but the overall functionality of your mouth as well. You may lose a few or all teeth because of events like accidents, injury, trauma, or any illness. Living with missing teeth not only affects you physically but mentally too.
Taking care of your teeth and jaw will become easier when you visit us and make the most of the many dental services that we offer to all our patients. Our all-on-4 and all-on-6 treatments are also out of them. These treatments are an implant-based solution for all who have lost their upper or lower teeth because of events like accidents, injuries, trauma, disease, or others. These incredible methods of care help you restore your smile as well as the function of your teeth. These complete sets of implant-supported replacement teeth feel, look, and function exactly like your natural teeth.
What are the Advantages of All-on-4 Treatment?
- Our all-on-4 treatment is a long-lasting solution that helps you restore your smile and increase the functionality of your teeth.
- You don't have to opt for the traditional method of dentures anymore. This permanent solution to your missing teeth is comfortable and offers stability.
- We use four strategically placed implants that securely support your full set of upper and lower teeth.
- We also provide temporary teeth so that you can resume the immediate function with this initial set without disturbing your routine and daily activities.
What involves in the All-on-4 procedure?
We will start with a dental examination to find out whether you are a candidate for all-on-4 treatment or not. Once we give you a thumbs up, we will design a dedicated plan for you.
A 3D diagnosis will be carried out to determine the exact position of the four implants that we will fit into your mouth. On the day of the surgery, we will remove the remaining teeth and place these implants. We will also insert a set of temporary teeth until your permanent teeth are prepared. Once done and your implants are completely integrated with your surrounding bone, we will fit the permanent teeth.
What is the All-on-6 Concept?
It is a high-tech alternative to traditional dentures. It creates a stable and comfortable set of upper as well as lower teeth. We use six strategically placed specialized dental implants to restore your missing teeth.
Traditional removable dentures can replace your missing teeth, but this procedure provides a permanent solution to your problem. As a result, we re-establish a complete set of teeth and offer you an improved quality of life.
What are the Benefits of All-on-6 Implants?
- The all-on-6 dental implants provide a quick and less-invasive solution to restore your full upper or lower set of teeth. We use conventional dental implants and place them strategically in your mouth to support your upper and lower teeth permanently.
- The replacement teeth appear and function the same as your natural teeth.
- There is no need to use denture adhesive or take out artificial teeth to clean and maintain them. The all-on-6 dental implants are a permanent solution to your missing teeth.
- You need only a few appointments for this procedure to be completed. Once our dentist finds you as a suitable candidate for the treatment, you need to visit us for impressions and then the placement of the implants. We will also give you a temporary restoration so that you can continue your daily activities.
- The all-on-6 dental implant treatment that we perform may also reduce the requirement of preliminary bone grafting surgery.
What is the Aftercare of the Treatments?
Once your treatment is complete and your artificial teeth are placed permanently in your mouth, we will give you instructions to care for them. Brush your teeth twice a day and floss after every meal to remove the accumulation of food. Visit us from time to time for a dental check-up to make sure that everything is in place.
Please reach out to our dental practice in Flanders, NJ, to have a consultation with our dentists. Please call us at (973) 927-8800 or schedule an online consultation, and we'll guide you further.