You may be looking into the dental implant option if you are missing several or all of your teeth. The All-on-6 dental implant procedure can provide you with everything you need. This is from the aesthetics you desire in appearance, the oral health needed for your general well-being and the stability you’d like to have when you need to wear dentures.
Traditional removable dentures have been the gold standard for full-arch teeth replacement. They provide a needed chewing surface, support for facial muscles and aesthetics for a nice smile. The stability they provide can be questionable. It is not unusual for denture wearers to resort to adhesive pastes and powders to make sure their dentures stay in place.
When eating sticky or difficult to chew foods, traditional dentures can become dislodged. Bits of food debris and tiny seeds can also work their way under these dentures, causing embarrassment as well as discomfort. The solution requires taking the denture out and rising it off to remove the irritation. These disadvantages do not apply to All-on-6 dental implants.
Why Choose All-on-6 Implants?
Dentures supported by implants have the unique advantage of being incredibly stable. Not only do they provide you with a beautiful smile, they also give you the stability you want without adhesive pastes or powders. All-on-6 dental implants provide a greater amount of stability for the dentures. They also distribute chewing stress throughout the jawbone, stimulating it so that it remains healthy.
Without teeth, the jawbone and soft tissues shrink. This affects your appearance. Dental implants keep the bone from shrinking. The implants fuse with the natural bone, giving the implants the stability and strength to hold the dentures in place. At the same time, they provide the stimulation needed to keep the bone healthy and prevent shrinkage.
All-on-6 implants provide you with a beautifully natural smile while keeping your mouth healthy. If you are missing teeth and considering implants, contact Ora Dental Implant Studio today. Our implant experts will explain the procedures to you and determine if you are a good candidate for All-on-6 dental implants.