All-on-4 Dental Implants Offer Stability and Peace of Mind

What do you expect from your replacement teeth? If you have false teeth like dentures or partials, or if you can foresee these types of appliances in your future, then you probably would expect for your replacement teeth to be reasonably strong and good-looking. Most likely, you would want teeth that just fit well and work properly without creating a major inconvenience in your life.

For a full smile that provides you with the stability and peace of mind that you deserve, you may appreciate the advantages of the All-on-4 denture system. As described by the name, all of your upper or lower denture teeth can be permanently supported by the strategic use of four dental implants. When they work together, as few as four implant posts can create a remarkably secure foundation for your teeth.

Implants, unlike denture creams or adhesives, have been shown to provide uncompromising stability. This means that the denture, the implants, and the underlying jaw bone will not change. Your All-on-4 denture will never require dental appointments for relines, and it’s level of performance will be consistent for an indefinite period of time.

Dental implants have been used for decades for the replacement of individual teeth, but they have also been used to successfully replace the teeth of patients who are completely edentulous. Without a lengthy or extensive surgery, your entire smile can be rehabilitated. Just imagine the immediate peace of mind that you can enjoy!

You won’t waste a single moment of your life wondering if your teeth will slip out during a conversation or a meal. You’ll be able to greet early morning visitors or late night guests without hurrying to put your teeth in. For elderly adults or those who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, these permanent teeth will eliminate the risk of a lost or broken denture.

Your teeth are meant to stay in place and they are not meant to complicate your life. To experience a stable, uncomplicated smile, talk to our experienced oral surgeons at Dallas Oral Surgery Associates today about All-on-4 dental implants.