How Long Do All-on-4 Implants Last?

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Despite the many advancements in dental care, tooth loss remains an issue for a lot of Americans. In fact, more than 35 million adults have lost all of their natural teeth. They are typically replaced using a denture which is attached by the gums using suction or adhesive. In the alternative, some people prefer to attach their dentures to their jawbone with four dental implants.

This is the next most superior option to natural teeth But how long will implants with all-on-4 technology last? Here's what you should know about protecting your investment.

What is All-on-4?

All-on-4 dental implants is a new form of implant-retained dental denture that eliminates several of the most common drawbacks that traditional dental dentures have. Four implants for dental use are implanted into the largest areas in the jaw. This will eliminate the requirement to undergo bone grafting. In turn, If you've previously been told you were not a suitable implant candidate due to the possibility due to bone loss, All-on-4 might be the right option for you.

In some instances you may get an interim denture on the day after the procedure to place it, meaning you don't have to be without teeth for the duration of your healing. While there are fewer posts used in comparison to an implant-retained denture that you'll get the same advantages and durability.

How Long Does All-on-4 Last?

All-in-4 implants are known to stand up to the test of time. Actually, research suggests they are able to last 20 years or more with appropriate treatment. Implant posts shouldn't have to be replaced, However, your denture will be subject to wear and tear over time. It is possible to require adjustments through time however, the majority of them will last 10 or more years without any issues.

How Can I Help All-on-4 Last?

It is recommended to provide your new smile with the proper foundation by selecting a dentist who is qualified to perform your procedure. Once you've received your denture, it is essential that you keep your dental hygiene at home, and visit with your dental professional at minimum two times every year to have a checkup and cleaning. To reduce the risk of failing your dental implant it is important to follow your diet in a healthy way and avoid things that can cause problems, such as smoking cigarettes in your dentures or using them as instruments.

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