All-On Four answers the resounding question of how few implants can effectively support a full row restoration of your teeth. Thanks to rapid advances in the dental industry, in just four implants we can help restore a full arch of tooth loss, so you can move on with your life.
Rather than living with the constant hassle and preoccupation that comes along with owning and wearing a set of dentures, more and more people are choosing to go with the stronger long-term solution of All-On Four dental implant restorations. Bedford Dental Group has the cutting-edge technology and dexterity to perform this procedure with exceptional results.
How a Single Implant Works
First, we should explain how an implant works, for those who don’t know. We implant a small titanium screw that fits snugly into your jawbone, replacing the root of your tooth. Titanium is fully biocompatible, making it a strong-suited material for the treatment. Minor surgery is necessary to insert the implant, but once the implant is in place, a crown is positioned to give you the most realistic-looking prosthetic tooth. Your implant and crown will improve the functionality of your teeth and jawbone. This will also promote important bone stimulation to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Why All-On Four?
A single implant can be a process, as you can see. So imagine needing to get an implant for every single tooth in your top or bottom row of teeth. Like that person who you see running miles in the heat of the day, there’s got to be a better way, you might be thinking to yourself. Well, there is. Bedford Dental Group can get the job done in just four implants. Four implants and you can go on with your life, eating as you did before, smiling like you never have before.
Your All-On Four dental implant also serves the added purpose of preventing future bone loss in your jaw, keeping the foundations of your mouth in tact.
How Long Does the Procedure Take?
Bedford Dental Group can generally get the All-On Four procedure done in one day, with most patients. In just one day you’ll leave with a fully-functional set of teeth. Nobody will be able to tell that you’re wearing implants, that’s how realistic your new restoration will look.