Do you have tooth loss? There is no doubt that this can affect your smile and even your confidence. Dental implants can help correct this issue. However, if there is any missing bone in your mouth, dental implants may not be long-lasting. Fortunately, there is a revolutionary procedure known as All-On-Four® dental implants that work to fix any tooth loss issue regardless of the amount of bone available.
Your dentists in Voorhees Township, NJ can help you get a brand-new smile using this ground-breaking technique to enhance your look and curate a plan specifically for you, especially if you have tooth loss as you are a great candidate for the All-on-four procedure.
Typically, traditional dental implants require a good amount of bone to use as a foundation for implant placement. However, for patients experiencing bone loss for a number of reasons, this may not be the best option for them that is long-lasting.
The All-on-4® dental procedure overcomes this issue by using as little as four dental implants to place a full arch of dental implants on a more efficient and sturdy foundation. This procedure offers a number of convenience factors compared to traditional dental implants, including: Minimized treatment time, Minimized healing time, and Same-day smile transformation.
Permanent full arch implants like the All-on-4 protocol function, look, and feel just like regular teeth, helping people regain an immeasurable level of health, function, and beauty.
Like hundreds of patients before you, All-on-4 in Voorhees, NJ permanently improve your ability to chew and speak with teeth that preserve the natural contours of your face and jawbone.
The most ideal alternative to dentures, full arch dental implants can ultimately improve your entire life—permanently.
You have many advantages with getting the All-on-X Dental Implant Treatment, such as being able to Eat All Your Favorite foods; Improving your Oral & Overall Health, and Gaining Your Smile Back!
Unlike the removable dentures and conventional bridges, implant-supported prostheses are considerably stronger and more durable. While traditional dentures require frequent replacement and repairs, your implant-supported prosthesis will serve you for a long time. In fact, according to the American Dental Association, your implants can last for a lifetime if you look after them and maintain good oral hygiene.
With dental implants, you can eat your favorite foods without any difficulty, unlike the removable dentures. The implants are anchored firmly into the jawbone. Therefore, they – and the artificial teeth they support – will not move when you eat anything. Dental implant-supported prostheses also restore your ability to speak clearly and comfortably.
The success of dental implants depends highly on the quality of the underlying jawbone. If the bone tissue is not healthy or strong enough, it will not be able to support an implant. So, dental implants are usually are not given to people who have insufficient jawbone.
Alternatively, people with low-quality jawbone have to undergo a bone grafting or sinus lift procedure to ensure sufficient bone tissue is available to support an implant.
According to the American Academy of Periodontology, this problem has been solved with all-on-four implants. Even if someone does not have sufficient jawbone available, your dentist will strategically place the implants – so that they can still get anchored. In this way, the all-on-four implant-supported bridges save you from expensive and time-consuming surgical procedures.
One of the most significant problems associated with conventional dentures is that they exert pressure on the underlying bone tissue when you wear them. As a result, the bone starts to degenerate faster and becomes weaker and brittle over time.
This reduction in the quality and density of the jawbones also affects one’s facial profile, resulting in increases and facial wrinkles that make one look much older. Thanks to osseointegration, dental implants prevent bone resorption. In fact, they promote bone formation, thereby preserving your smile and jawbone health.
Titanium implants and zirconia or ceramic crowns used for tooth replacement are safe for use in the oral cavity. Unlike the resin or metal-based removable dentures and bridges that leach harmful products and carry a risk of inflammation and allergy, dental implants are completely safe and don’t cause any untoward reaction.
During the first appointment, your dentists will perform a clinical examination to ascertain your eligibility for getting all-on-four. They will also look at your dental records and x-ray images to prepare a detailed treatment plan. In the next appointment, your dentists will make an incision over the soft tissues that cover the jawbone and drill holes at pre-determined sites for implant insertion. Afterward, they will carefully screw in each implant, cover it with a healing cap and suture the soft tissue back. The entire will be performed under sedation so that it will be completely painless.
This surgical site will be left undisturbed to ensure optimal healing. In the meantime, your dentist will place a temporary prosthesis over the implants so that your facial esthetics are not affected and your smile restoration can start! In some cases, dentists choose to attach the permanent prosthesis immediately after implant insertion. However, not everyone is a suitable candidate for immediate implant loading.
After a few months, once the implant site has completely healed, your dentists will attach a complete fixed bridge over the implants. That’s it. You are now a proud owner of a brand-new, beautiful smile.
Your full arch dental implant treatment is always completed in our state-of-the-art Voorhees, NJ office. In many cases, our skilled periodontists can remove your existing teeth, place four or more dental implants, and attach a permanent set of teeth all in a single appointment!
Using a technique pioneered in part by one of our periodontists, Dr. Alan Meltzer, two of the four implants are placed at a 45-degree angle this foundation is strong enough to support a full arch of teeth, all while avoiding the need for bone grafting in most cases.
With these implants in place, we can attach a bridge at the same appointment, making this one of the best, most affordable, and long-lasting protocols for missing teeth!
Unlike dentists whose only training in dental implants is often a short course, our board-certified periodontists, Dr. Meltzer and Dr. Wael Isleem, were trained at some of the best Dental Schools in the world.
We are, as a result, extremely experienced in full arch dental implants utilizing the most advanced dental implants utilizing the most advanced advanced dental technologies and guided surgical software.
Because of our specialty training and in-office lab technician, we can place permanent teeth for you with only one procedure at one location.
Our office not only performs these procedures, but we provide continued on-site maintenance to ensure the longevity of your smile. If you want to know if the amazing benefits of full arch dental implants can be yours, contact our periodontists today!