All on 4 and all on 6 implants
All-in options provide oral therapy to assist patients in replacing lost teeth in one or both jaws.
Dental implants are placed in the jawbone as part of the procedure. They will double as the denture’s support base. After that, the fixed bridge is connected to these implants. The term “All on” refers to the fact that the whole bridge is connected to dental implants all on four, six, or eight implants, depending on the possibilities. Assume that all of your teeth are linked and that you only have 4, 6, or 8 roots in your jaw. This ensures that implants do not have to be placed on any missing tooth.
The result of this replacement solution is that all teeth in the upper or lower jaw can be rehabilitated in one oral surgery procedure. There are 4, 6 or 8 implants and a fixed bridge without bone augmentation.
The distance, angle and depth are specifically determined by placing the implants in the jaw.
Placing the implants in the jaw precisely determines the distance, angle, and depth.
When can all-on-4 or all-on-6 options be used?
All-on-4 and its replacement therapies are an excellent recovery option for people who have lost a considerable amount of teeth in the upper or lower jaw, or who are entirely edentulous.
What is the distinction between all-on-4 and all-on-6?
The main distinction is that All-On-4 requires the injection of four implants, while All-On-6 involves the insertion of six implants. The more implants used, the smoother and more secure the teeth get, as well as the more uniformly the weight is spread on the implants and therefore on the jaw.
However, in the case of All-on-4 and All-on-6, no wrong decision can be taken. Dental implants have a long-term alternative to tooth loss.