How All-On-Four Implants Replace Several Or All The Missing Teeth

When dealing with extracted or lost teeth, you might feel overwhelmed with the many choices available today at dental practices across the state. Dr. Ali Soltanirad (Dr. Rad) of Dos Caminos Dental in Camarillo, California, can assist you in finding the solution that best meets your needs. If you are interested in a permanent, reliable, and smart investment in the restoration of your smile, our team might recommend to you the benefits of the all-on-four implants to replace missing teeth. All-on-four implants are full arch teeth replacement solutions for those who need to replace all the upper or lower teeth in the smile.

What Are All-On-Four Implants?

Dr. Soltanirad of Dos Caminos Dental describes all-on-four implants as a unique dental implant technique. All-on-four implants are a more permanent alternative to dentures and overdentures, lasting a lifetime with proper care. The procedure involves surgically placing four titanium posts into the jawbone along the natural dental arch, which then serves as anchors for a full set of upper or lower false teeth.

What Are The Benefits Of All-On-Four Implants?

All-on-four implants provide greater stability than traditional dentures or overdentures, offering patients an improved quality of life when it comes to eating, speaking, and smiling. Additionally, patients find reduced bone loss in the jaw, which often occurs with traditional dentures and overdentures. With proper care and regular checkups, all-on-four implants can last for many years. While all-on-four implants are a great option, they can be expensive. However, their longevity makes them a wise investment when considering how long they will last versus alternative solutions that may require regular adjustments or replacements over a lifetime. An investment now will save money over time when you take proper care of your implant-supported dentures.

How Do I Find Out If I Am A Candidate For All-On-Four Implants?

Our team at Dos Caminos Dental of Camarillo, California, can evaluate you to decide if you are a good fit for this particular tooth replacement option.

If you are located in or around Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Oxnard, and Ventura City, CA, call (805) 482-1616 to request a visit at 2438 Ponderosa Drive N. C-111.