The All-on-4® treatment concept is a dental implant solution strategically designed for toothless jaws. If you are unhappy with your dentures or no longer want to live without teeth, it might be the right solution for you.
Depending on your individual dental situation, your Gipsy Lane dentist can connect your implants to a temporary bridge on the day of surgery. This means you can leave the dental practice with a full set of teeth and return to leading a normal life. After a certain healing time, your dentist will exchange your temporary bridge with the final bridge created by a dental laboratory.
To find out, if the All-on-4® treatment concept is the right solution for you...
At Gipsy Lane Dental our approach is simple, we believe in offering the best in personalised dental care and state of the art technologies set in the comfort of a relaxed and safe environment. This means we believe in ensuring each of our valued patients feel fully comfortable and confident in every step of their treatment.
Taking the time understand your concerns as well as your aspirations for your new smile, our highly experienced team will clearly explain how Dental Implants could change your life and help you smile with confidence. whiles answering any questions or queries you may have, our aim is to help you find the right treatment for you, based on your budget and individual requirements.
If you're unhappy with your dentures or toothless jaw, a dental implant solution might be an alternative.
The low number of implants needed for the All-on-4® treatment concept considerably reduces treatment time and often makes this solution more cost-effective than comparable treatment alternatives.
A very elaborate way of placing implants at the back of the mouth also makes it a treatment option for patients whose jaw bone is severely reduced after years without teeth.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium which replace your missing teeth. The dentist inserts the implants into your jaw bone, where the titanium then fuses with the bone.
Just like your tooth root did before, these implants then build a stable base for a bar, an overdenture or other types of restorations, which will become the visible part of your new teeth.