All-On-Four Dental Implants Can Replace Your Teeth in Time for Your Child’s Wedding

Posted on: May 15, 2017

All-On-FourFor anyone who has experienced tooth loss later in life, the All-On-Four procedure may just be the necessary procedures to regain the full functionality and appearance of a smile. The need for a permanent solution is never more obvious than when a major life event is coming up. It may be the wedding of one’s child or a vacation of a lifetime that prompts an individual to seek a better solution than dentures. These events often come with a professional photographer and a million smiling moments captured for future memories. The individual will feel a lot more confident sharing a smile if he or she is certain that the teeth will remain in place upon doing so. Our New Windsor dental office can provide patients with that certainty.

Dental Implants vs. Dentures

If one wants teeth that remain securely in place, dental implants are the best solution. We surgically place dental implants that consist of small titanium posts under the gums and to the jawbone. Through the process of osseointegration, bone is deposited around the posts until it becomes completely secure, just like your natural root system was. We can then secure a new tooth to an abutment that is attached to the implant for a complete restoration that looks and behaves like a natural tooth. Dentures, on the other hand, are removable and can slip and become loose when one eats or speaks due to resorption and the loss of bone density in the jaw. This can lead to embarrassing moments, ones most people would like to avoid especially during important occasions.

What is the All-On-Four procedure?

The challenge with traditional dental implants is that we need to implant each location where a tooth is missing. This process is incredibly time-consuming, especially if one loses all or most of one’s teeth. It is also very expensive, which precludes many people from receiving dental implants. For those that are desiring this permanent solution, an alternative procedure is necessary. The All-On-Four foots that bill. In this procedure, we only need to implant four titanium posts in the upper or lower palate to secure a set of beautiful replacement teeth. Similar to when one receives dentures, we will create an impression of the mouth and take measurements. The dental lab can then create a new set of teeth that we will secure to a gum base. Once the lab completes this, the individual can return to our office and we will implant the four posts. Our New Windsor dental office will then attach the new set of teeth to the implants.

We can complete the All-On-Four procedure in one day and the patient can leave with a set of beautiful teeth. This procedure is essentially a hybrid between implants and dentures. The procedure is incredibly popular and effective because it is faster and more cost effective than traditional implants, while still giving you the security you crave.

Schedule an Appointment for All-On-Four

If you have a special event coming up like the wedding of your child or even your own wedding, we can give you the confidence you need to smile during it. Call us today at (845) 228-8048 to find out how this procedure can work for you.


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