All-on-4® is suitable for almost all patients who are dissatisfied with their removable dentures and who have tooth loss caused by inflammation or similar. What’s special: With our “all-on-4® principle” you get fixed third teeth in a day that you can use immediately. After detailed planning using three-dimensional images, 4 implants are inserted into the upper/lower jaw. After initial adjustment, the dental prostheses are inserted on the same day or at the latest on the following day and can be loaded immediately.
One treatment session is generally enough! The placement of implants is often a lengthy process which can take many months. The jaw bone which has reduced because of the missing teeth frequently has to be built up beforehand. While the implants are healing in the jaw, the patient has to contend with a poorly fitting long-term temporary restoration until full loading is restored. Everything is different with all-on-4® – treatment is complete after just one session and you can use your fixed third teeth immediately.
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The details of the treatment are given below. Surgery itself is performed in one day only.
Step 1: Examination and consultation
You attend an initial appointment with us; we examine you and check whether you are suitable for all-on-4® treatment. At this appointment, we weigh up risks and benefits.
Cost planning and discussion, preparing the planning model and the necessary X-ray images.
Step 3: Preliminary discussion of the procedure
We explain to you in detail what is involved in the operation.
Step 4: All-on-4® treatment
We remove the residual teeth, insert the implants, provide temporary restoration, adapt this to your personal wishes, after which the implants are permanently inserted.
Step 5: Assessments
After about a week, we assess the treatment result and remove the sutures. In addition, you will be given instructions in the special care of your implants. Afterwards you need to attend for an assessment every three months. After about two years when good oral hygiene has been established, the interval between assessments can be increased.