All-on-4 Dental Treatments – The Modern Solution to Missing Teeth
If you have multiple tooth loss then you may feel that traditional dentures are the only solution. However, there are modern innovations within dentistry and in today’s blog we explain a little about the popular All-on-4 treatments now available.
Multiple tooth loss can be treated via an implant solution that offers what is probably one of the best way to restore your bit and your smile.
All-on-4 (also known as All on Four) is a permanent treatment that gives you the look and feel of natural teeth.
Sadly we all have to accept that at some point we may lose teeth. In the past, when this has happened the dentist would often suggest dentures because there were no other options available. Aside from being difficult for people to get used to many people feel embarrassed when they get to this stage of their life.
However, then All-on-4 came along and changed everything, giving you and your dentist a chance to opt for an alternative treatment when dealing with tooth loss.
It works by making it possible for the patient to have their teeth replaced with a very effective and reliable treatment, thus avoiding long-term treatments and the procedures associated with the more conventional implants available.
How they work
All on 4 dental implants are advanced in that they provide a very strong anchor for any replacement teeth to connect to, thus meaning you can have a fully fixed, custom look and feel via a special dental bridge.
As a technology in dentistry this treatment has transformed people’s lives time and time again, as a smile can be achieved in a shorter time length and with shorter healing times too it’s easy to see why it’s a more desirable option.
If you have advanced tooth loss and you don’t want to have to resort to dentures, why not see if Advanced Dentistry can help you?
We offer a very friendly initial consultation with patients to discuss options. Don’t suffer. Get something done today!
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