The industry leading All-On-4 “Teeth in a day” is quickly becoming the procedure of choice for patients in need of dental implants. The popular treatment is frequently advertised, but often misunderstood. Simply said, the All-On-4 procedure offers a full set of upper or lower teeth using just four dental implants, and is complete in one day. The procedure is the optimal solution for providing a full fixed bridge for patients missing the majority of their teeth. It is a graftless procedure that utilizes the patient’s’ existing bone and a technique which tilts the posterior implants to avoid the need for a bone graft, making it a more comfortable and less invasive procedure than traditional implants. Dr. Aalam has been performing the treatment for over a decade and was trained in Portugal by Dr. Paolo Malo, the founder of the All-On-4 technique. We work closely with patients to determine whether they are a candidate for the procedure, and strive to provide a seamless experience where patients are confident with our work and satisfied with their results.
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- Minimally invasive treatment
- Implants are tilted in a strategic way to utilize existing bone density and avoid painful bone grafts
- Only four implants are required
- Immediate function of a full fixed bridge
- Reduced cost
- Each patient is unique and may require a customized solution
- Patients’ jaw structures vary, and some may not fit the prefabricated teeth
- For some, bone grafts may be necessary
- Implants are not placed in the molar areas of the jaw where the bite force is strongest
The revolutionary treatment allows patients to leave with a complete set of teeth on the same day as the procedure, hence the name “teeth in a day”. Depending on each patients’ unique needs, four to six implants are placed in the upper and lower parts of the mouth. If any extractions are necessary, these are also completed on the same day. A temporary full fixed bridge is fastened to the implants, which act and function like normal teeth. The patient will then wait 8-12 weeks, allowing the gums to properly heal and the patient to adjust to a comfortable bite and ability to chew. After 12 weeks, a general dentist will create and affix a permanent set of teeth made of acrylic or zirconium to the implants.