All on 4 / All on 6 / All on 8 Dental Implants
All on 4
This is the most economical graftless solution that benefits patients with severe bone loss with a fixed prosthesis. Introduced in 1990’s to rehabilitate edentulous upper and lower jaws, This is a treatment option where in all the teeth are replaced permanently on just 4 Dental Implants, they are spread towards the distal side of the jaw with a purposeful angulation upon which permanent prosthesis is screwed.
All on 4 Benefits
- Immediate loading
- No Bone Grafts required
- Cost effective
- Screw retained prosthesis which can easily be removed and fitted back when required
All on 6
It is a variation of “All on 4 Technique”. If you are considering a better option for fixed replacement of teeth on implants then All on 6 is a viable solution.
This technique is meant for jaws that require complete rehabilitation where in, 6 implants are fastened in very definite locations in each of the arches to contribute a trapezoid force that facilitates attachment of fixed bridge on to them. Placing 6 implants not only contributes to increased stability but also decreases the risk of failure
All on 6 Benefits
Minimal surgical intervention and treatment time.
Immediate loading technique
No bone grafts required
Teeth in a day
All On 8
This is a perfect solution for full mouth rehabilitation on implants and consists of placing 8 implants in each arch which act as an anchor for a fixed screwable prosthesis, provides a stable long term solution for fixed replacement and is suitable for all bone conditions.
Evaluation of the oral cavity and determination of the site using diagnostic procedures like panorex and CT scan.
Extraction of teeth if any.
Placement of 4/6/8 implants in each arch, depending on the requirement.
Fabrication of fixed prosthesis after making the impressions.
Fixation of final prosthesis.
There is not much difference in the treatment process of above mentioned 3 techniques as,all the above procedures contribute to immediate fixed replacement solution to people suffering with removable dentures, the only difference being the number of implants placed which is influenced by the quality and quantity of the available bone and the prosthesis required.