Never Remove Your Teeth Or Deal With Gooey Adhesives Again With All On Four Dental Implants
Tooth loss affects millions of Americans and has become a real issue when trying to preserve oral health. Many people have tooth loss due to gum disease which wears away the bone causing the teeth to become unstable and loose. Since more than 80% of people have gum disease and are undiagnosed, you can see why there is so much tooth loss.
It is thought that more than 40 million people in the United States alone have no teeth at all. Most people have resigned themselves to traditional treatments such as full dentures to try and cope with having no teeth.
There is good news for those who have no teeth and who deal with taking their teeth out at night and put them in jar or glass.
New Implant Technology That Can Stabilize Your Dentures Permanently
We hear it time and time again in our office. Patients with dentures complain about having to take their teeth in and out. They cannot stand having to deal with the gooey creams that are used to hold their dentures in just so they can function during the day.
That is until now. All On Four Dental Implants Change Everything
Dentistry has advanced over the years and new and better solutions have been developed to help patients with a variety of dental issues. For those who have missing teeth, the denture, partial or bridge is no longer the only options for those with missing teeth and frankly, they are not even the best options anymore.
Dental implant technology has given us a whole new way of treating those who have missing teeth and the good news is that this technology has now progressed to where we can help people who have all their teeth missing using what is called an implant supported denture or a fixed hybrid denture.
When implant technology was first developed, if you wanted to replace all your teeth with implants, you had to replace each individual tooth with an implant, abutment and a crown. This was a lengthy and expensive process.
With the advancement of dental implant technology, this is no longer the case for those who are missing all their teeth. This technology is called All On Four or All On Six dental implants.
It doesn’t matter whether you have lost your teeth a week ago or 40 years ago, this solution for replacing them can give you a strong, healthy and natural looking smile. Here are some of the benefits of having this type of dental implant procedure done:
- Implants have a very high success rate over the long term. Because we take great care in treatment planning and analysis, the results you get are optimal and simply beautiful.
- Unlike other treatment options where your existing teeth may have to be ground down to accommodate crowns, dental implants don’t require this.
- Because the implant acts like a tooth root and can mimic the force of the tooth’s root, you don’t have to worry about bone loss.
- Since the denture is anchored in permanently, you are able to speak and eat much more comfortably and confidently.
- The implant dentures look and feel natural and will allow you to smile with confidence.
What Is An Implant?
An implant is made of titanium and is placed into the bone. Depending on your particular case, the bone may need to be given time to heal and grow around the implant. Titanium has the unique ability to fuse to human bone which makes it ideal for dental implants.
In the case of an implant supported hybrid denture, you don’t need an implant for each individual tooth. With our precise imaging and placement technology, we are able to place 4 to 6 implants precisely in the bone where they can best support the new teeth.
Teeth In Just One Day
You probably have heard the phrase “Teeth In A Day” and wonder if this is really true. The answer is yes.
You can actually get new teeth in one day. However, these teeth are not your permanent ones. The teeth you receive after having the implants placed are called “healing teeth.” These are teeth you will wear while your bone is healing to help you eat and speak also.
Once the bone is healed, then we will place a permanent set of teeth directly on to the implants. These teeth are then locked down on the implants to give you a permanent solution to missing teeth that is strong and they look and feel like your natural teeth.
Where Do You Start In Getting Implants?
If you are missing all your teeth or you feel like your teeth are so far gone that you will want to replace them all, then the first step is to call our office and setup a consultation with Dr. Singh. He is one of the worlds leading authorities on dental implants and is the author of the dental implant textbook called “The Atlas of Dental Implantology.”
He is also the inventor of a special set of tools for implant surgery called the “Singh Guided Pin Surgery Kit.”
When you get dental implants from Dr. Singh, you are literally getting them from a leader and frontrunner in dental implant technology and placement.
This should give you the peace of mind that the result you are looking for will be the best it can be.
Once you have had your consultation, then the Doctor and his team will put together a precise treatment plan and go over it with you in detail. If you have any questions about the treatment plan and the implant procedure itself, Dr. Singh will be happy to answer them.
Give us a call today and let’s get the process of restoring your smile and oral health started.