All-On-4® Dental Implants

All-On-4® Dental Implants

Pro Smile Dental Care’s All-On-4® dental implants are a stay-put, natural-looking alternative to dentures for replacing your missing teeth. At our Danville dental clinic, we use this “teeth in a day” tooth replacement system to give you back a full, confident smile, even if you’ve already lost all your teeth. There are many alternatives to dentures. Find out if this revolutionary cosmetic dentistry treatment is right for you.

  • Teeth Stay In Place
  • Eat The Foods You Love Again
  • Speak Clearly & Naturally
  • No More Messy Dental Adhesives
  • Dental Implants Are Comfortable & Natural-Looking
  • Titanium Posts Promote Bone Retention & A Healthy Jaw
  • Brush & Floss As Usual

Implant-Supported Dentures Are Secure

Traditional dentures can be uncomfortable, encourage bone loss which can cause a sunken face look and age you, require adhesives to hold them in place, and special cleansers to clean them. They can also become lost or damaged after removal for cleaning. No one wants to have their teeth accidentally fall out during a conversation or to give up their favorite foods.

All-On-4® implant-supported dentures change the game of teeth replacement by offering significant advantages over traditional dentures.

What Are All-On-4® Dental Implants?

All-On-4® dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth. We use titanium posts set into the jawbone in four places on the top or bottom set of gums or both. These posts provide strong support for your set of new teeth.

How Long Does It Take To Replace Upper Or Lower Teeth?

According to the Journal of the American Dental Association, this tooth replacement option can be performed in as little as one day. You can get your entire upper or lower arch replaced with natural-looking, low-maintenance dentures, often in one visit. That is why some dentists call this popular procedure “teeth-in-a-day.”

Why Are All-On-4® Implants So Popular?

Just as in implant-supported bridges and implant-supported crowns, implanted posts mimic how natural teeth hold to the jaw. All-On-4® insets use titanium posts that the jaw bone then grows around. Your new teeth use the tops of these posts as attachment points to hold them securely in place, preventing slipping and speech interruption.

What To Expect:

  1. There’s an evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate for All-On-4®.
  2. We take x-rays and impressions of your mouth.
  3. We place the four titanium posts into your jawbone.
  4. We create and place your dentures on these insets.
  5. The posts begin to heal and grow around your jaw, for a firm, permanent hold.

Implant Aftercare Is Important

Once you get your implant-supported dentures, you will need to care for them to ensure they last as long as possible. Like natural teeth, you must floss and brush them regularly to ensure they stay clean.

Types Of Implant Supported Dentures

Did you know that there is more than one type of implant support for All-On-4® dentures? In both cases, your new, natural-looking teeth will be crafted from porcelain or acrylic. The connectors may look a little different depending on which your prosthodontist prefers.

  • Ball-Retained Implants – Socket connectors on your new arch of teeth directly connect to an attachment point on each implant. These are also called stud-attached dentures.
  • Bar-Retained Implants – A metal bar is anchored to your jaw and connected to the dentures.

The American College of Prosthodontists recommends meeting with your dentist to choose which type of tooth replacement is right for you.

How Long Do All-On-4® Dental Implants Last?

All-On-4® is a permanent procedure. If you take care of your fixed dentures and keep up with regular dental appointments, they can last from 25 years to a lifetime.

Try All-On-4® Dental Implants In Danville

Your smile is your first impression, and Pro Smile Dental Care can help you make a good one with advanced dental treatments like All-On-4®. Contact our East Bay Area Danville, CA office to schedule a consultation today.

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