Are you tired of loose dentures? Would you like a permanent solution? Our office provides all-on-4 dental implants in Nashville.
Before you visit our team for an involved all-on-4 dental implant procedure, spend some time with the doctor and team at Montee Dental Co., asking questions to help you decide whether all-on-4 dental implants are right for you. We offer a free initial consultation at our Antioch, Tennessee office to explain everything from the procedure to the pros and cons of implant dentures.
What are fixed-denture implants?
You might have watched commercials that promote the virtues of certain denture brands. However, those commercials refer to removable dental implants. You wear removable dentures until you no longer need the faux teeth for chewing food. We recommend fixed denture implants for patients suffering from serious gum disease and/or other dental issues. At one time, fixed dentures held in place by attaching a special cream or adhesive. Even the strongest binding creams and adhesives do not prevent removable dentures from becoming slightly displaced. At our clinic, we use the most advanced all-on-4 dental implant procedure to ensure your new teeth remain in place for years to come.
Advantages and Disadvantages of All-on-4 Dentures
Our team will educate you on removable denture implants pros and cons, as well as the advantage and disadvantages of deciding to opt for all-on-4 fixed dentures.
- Enhances speech, which increases your confidence at work and at home
- Produces much better chewing habits that lead to a more balanced diet and stronger health
- Less irritation of the gums and a decrease in the sensitivity of your teeth
- Better sleeping habits
- Never worry about temporary dental implants losing the attachment with an adhesive
- Minimally invasive all-on-4 dental implant procedure
For all-on-4 dental implants in Nashville, we install titanium screws into the jawbone. We then closely monitor the new implants to ensure proper healing takes place. After the healing concludes, we snap the new all-on-4 dentures to the implants. You can easily remove the dentures, but not the implants.
Although this treatment is more costly, it is still affordable to perform all-on-4 dental implants in comparison to placing an implant for each individual tooth.
The all-on-4 dental implant procedure requires surgery and like most surgeries, a dental implant surgery carries some health risks. You might experience considerable swelling after the procedure, although the swelling should go down after a few days.
Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation to discuss all-on-4 dental implants!