The Benefits of All-On-4®

Posted on: September 7, 2019

The All-on-4 method is said to be one of the more efficient types of tooth replacement. With all the different options that exist today for tooth replacement, it can be difficult to know which one to choose. However, the All-on-4 method offers many benefits that other tooth replacement methods do not. 

Are you curious about the All-on-4 method? There are many benefits that come along with replacing missing teeth, but the All-on-4 has a few specific ones. Read on to find out more.

The benefits of the All-on-4 method

These benefits may help you decide what option is best for you!

No exterior appliances

The All-on-4 tooth replacement option is quite advantageous because there are not many exterior oral appliance parts that stick out or feel bulky within the mouth. Many people also consider dentures for tooth replacement but then change their mind due to not wanting the big, bulky prosthetics that fill the mouth. The All-on-4 method involves dental implants, which are placed intraorally, so they are not excessive.

They are strong

The dental implants used in conjunction with the All-on-4 are said to be quite strong, which is a great benefit. When replacing missing teeth, it is important that the replacement method is secure. This ensures that the replacement teeth are permanent and will not have to be replaced again. It is important to have strong replacement teeth so full functionality can be regained.

Easier maintenance

Having your teeth replaced through the All-on-4 method can offer the benefit of easier maintenance. Unlike other replacement options such as dentures, the dental implants used with the All-on-4 method do not require intense maintenance. Their daily routine involves similar care to that of natural teeth, such as regular brushing and flossing. Avoiding foods that are too chewy or hard is also a smart move.

Natural speaking

Many people that explore tooth replacement options consider dentures because they are traditional. However, dentures can become problematic because they can prevent natural speaking abilities. But with the dental implants that are used in the All-on-4 method, speaking should not be a problem! The All-on-4 method uses implants that are embedded within a person’s bone. They do not get in the way, which allows for natural speaking, unlike dentures.

Less loss of jawbone

With the All-on-4 method, the dental implants are placed within a person’s jawbone. They are made of titanium, which is a biodegradable material that fuses naturally with the bone. When a person loses a tooth or multiple teeth, the jawbone also begins to deteriorate or stunt the bone growth. However, implants used in the All-on-4 method help regenerate new bone growth.

Contact us today!

Are you considering the All-on-4 method? If so, then reach out to our office so we can help you. Our trained professionals can go over this tooth replacement option with you! Give us a call or stop by today.

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