It may sound a little on the dramatic side to suggest that we can create a brand new smile in just one day, but the truth is that we really can achieve an amazing transformation in a single day. We’re not known for blowing our own trumpets, but with incredible innovations such as the All-on-4 implant system, you’ll be amazed at what a difference a day can make.
So, what’s all the fuss about All-on-4?
All-on-4 is a same-day implant system that can literally transform your life overnight. This treatment involves the use four dental implants to support a full arch of new teeth and offers a fast, single-session alternative to traditional dental implant treatment. With normal implants, 6-10 implants are needed for a complete arch and treatment can take several months. With All-on-4, the back implants are placed at 45 degree angles rather than at 90 degrees and two of the implants are positioned at the front of the jaw, providing greater stability and anchorage.
All-on-4 is so impressive because it can have such a dramatic impact on the look of the smile as well as the individual’s confidence, self-esteem and the way they live their life. With a great looking smile and functional teeth, you can eat what you want and enjoy the confidence to smile in public, address a room full of people and pose for photographs, actions that many of us take for granted, but those with a large number of missing teeth may have dreaded previously.
Am I a good candidate for All-on-4?
If you have multiple missing teeth and are looking for a solution that affords you the benefits of implant treatment coupled with speed, this could be the ideal choice for you. In order to assess whether this system is the best option for you, our experienced dental team will carry out tests and examine your mouth to check your bone density in the jaw bone and analyse your oral health needs. This will be done during your consultation and your dentist will also give you all the information about the system and explain the ins and outs of how it works, what happens when you have your implants fitted and how it could be beneficial to you.