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Restore Your Missing Teeth With All-On-X Dental Implants

If you're considering dental implants, you might have heard about the All-on-X technique. This innovative approach to implant dentistry offers a faster, more efficient way to replace missing teeth. All-on-X involves placing a full arch of replacement teeth onto just a few strategically placed implants. The All-on-X technique is designed to provide a stable and permanent solution for those who have lost most or all of their teeth. Unlike traditional dentures, which can slip or move around in the mouth, All-on-X implants are secured in place, offering a more natural look and feel. Additionally, All-on-X implants can often be placed in a single day, allowing patients to leave the dentist's office with a brand new smile.

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What Are All-On-X Dental Implants?

All-on-X dental implants are a type of full arch restoration that replaces all the teeth in the upper or lower jaw with a fixed bridge supported by dental implants. The "X" in All-on-X refers to the number of implants used to support the bridge, which is typically four to six implants per arch. Unlike traditional dentures, All-on-X dental implants are permanent and do not require removal for cleaning or sleeping. They are also more stable and comfortable than dentures since they are anchored securely to the jawbone. All-on-X dental implants use angled implants to maximize the use of available bone and avoid the need for bone grafting in many cases. This makes the procedure less invasive and reduces healing time.

Who Is a Good Candidate for All-On-X Dental Implants?

All-on-X dental implants are a great solution for people who are missing most or all of their teeth. However, not everyone is a good candidate for this procedure. Here are some factors that may make you a good candidate for All-on-X dental implants:

  • You have lost most or all of your teeth: All-on-X dental implants are designed for people who have lost most or all of their teeth. If you have only a few missing teeth, other dental implant options may be more suitable for you.
  • You have good oral health: Good oral health is essential for the success of All-on-X dental implants. If you have gum disease or other oral health issues, you may need to address these problems before you can undergo the procedure.
  • You have enough bone density: All-on-X dental implants require a certain amount of bone density to be successful. If you have lost bone density in your jaw, you may need a bone graft before you can undergo the procedure.
  • You are in good overall health: All-on-X dental implants are a surgical procedure, so it's important that you are in good overall health. If you have any underlying medical conditions, you may need to consult with your doctor before undergoing the procedure.

What Does Getting All-On-X Dental Implants Involve?

If you are considering getting All-on-X dental implants, it is important to understand the process involved. Here’s what you can expect during the All-on-X dental implant process at Sinada Dental:

Initial Consultation

The first step in getting All-on-X dental implants is to schedule an initial consultation with one of our knowledgeable dentists. During this appointment, the dentist will examine your mouth and take X-rays and scans to determine the condition of your teeth, gums, and jawbone. This information will help the dentist determine if you are a good candidate for All-on-X implants.

Treatment Planning

Once the dentist has determined that you are a good candidate, they will work with you to create a treatment plan. This plan will outline the number of implants needed, the type of implant, and the placement of the implants. The dentist will also discuss the type of restoration that will be used, such as a fixed bridge or overdenture.

Implant Placement

On the day of your implant placement, the dentist will administer anesthesia to ensure that you are comfortable throughout the procedure. They will then make small incisions in your gums to access the jawbone. The implants will be placed in the jawbone, and the gums will be sutured closed.

Restorative Phase

After the implants have been placed, there will be a healing period of several months to allow the implants to fuse with the jawbone. Once the implants have fully integrated, the restorative phase can begin. During this phase, the dentist will attach the fixed bridge or overdenture to the implants.

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Why Choose Sinada Dental for All-On-X Dental Implants?

When you go with Sinada Dental for your All-on-X dental implant procedure, you’ll be under the expert care of our renowned dentists, Dr. Sinada and Dr. Dang. Our dental professionals have extensive training and experience in both cosmetic and restorative dentistry. They’ll work closely with you, providing personalized treatment and working to help you maximize your dental health while also achieving a bright, beautiful smile. At our clinic, we’ve curated a comfortable, relaxing environment, where we use only the most modern and advanced dental procedures and technologies. If you have any questions or would like to schedule your initial exam, simply give our office a call today.

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