When it comes to missing or decayed teeth, the best solution for patients is All-On dental implants.
Unlike temporary implants, the All-On are more efficient as they offer a permanent, easy, and quick solution for the patient’s teeth. Implants also ensure that you can avoid the hazards of jaw bone loss, which is common when tooth loss is left untreated.
The All-on-Four creates a full set of teeth using just 4 implants in each jaw.
Once your current teeth, level of damage, jaw structure, and health are evaluated, the dentist will decide if an All-On-4 implant is a right choice.
All-On-6 refers to the surgical implantation of six implants in each jaw.
The additional two dental implants from all-on-4 may be required for stability and strength in the mouth, increasing the likelihood of success for your new permanent dentures.
All-On-8 dental implants are used in patients that need some extra security from their full arch implants.
This could be due to poor jawbone density, irregular shape of the mouth, or any other issue.
You might be wondering what’s the difference between these dental implants, and the answer is very simple: as suggested by the names, the main difference between All-On-4, All-On-6, And All-On-8 is the number of implants that will be inserted into the jawbone.
In general terms, patients who present a significant amount of tooth loss or decay, and any patients who suffer from Periodontal Disease and/or other forms of gum disease.
At Parker Dental Implant and Specialty Center, we use cutting-edge technology to gather the most precise reading of your specific bone structure.
The quality, volume, and quantity of your bone are determined through our 3-D imaging and thoroughly studied by the doctor to determine which option is right for you.