Elk Grove Smile Center
Family, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry

Your All-on-4 Questions Answered Right Here

April 20, 2018
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Posted By: Dr. Vishal Advani
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Dentures are a great way to replace missing teeth. With today’s modern dentistry, they look more natural and are more comfortable than ever before. With the All-on-4 option, you can take the reliability of your dentures to the next level.

All-on-4 involves placing dental implants into the jawbone; then dentures are connected to the abutments. You will have none of the traditional denture concerns about moving or slipping because they are permanently attached to the dental implants, which are integrated into the jawbone.

Want to learn more? Here are the most common All-on-4 service questions answered by your Elk Grove Village dentist.

Am I a Good Candidate for All-on-4?

If you are missing most or all of your teeth, or if you are currently wearing dentures, you may be a good candidate if you are otherwise in good health.

How Successful Are All-on-4?

Some studies show that nearly 98 percent of patients who undergo treatment are successful.

Do All-on-4 Look Natural?

Absolutely. You’ll also be able to wear them with more confidence, knowing they are secure—even while you are eating, speaking, and laughing.

Can I Get All-on-4 if I Only Need Upper or Lower Dentures—not Both?

You can get All-on-4 on just the upper or lower arch if that’s all you need. If you will likely need replacement teeth on both the uppers and lowers at some point, your dentist will discuss with you whether it makes more sense to do both at the same time.

Do I Take All-on-4 Out to Clean Them?

No. They are permanent and do not need to be taken out. You will brush and clean them just as you would your normal teeth.

Find out more about the perfect marriage between the permanence of dental implants and the affordability of dentures: All-on-4. Ask your Elk Grove Village dentist Dr. Vishal Advani about All-on-4 service.

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Our office is OPEN for all patients and all procedures. Illinois State Dental Society (ISDS) and Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) have determined it is safe to come to the dentist and have routine dental care done. Our office and staff are following all the recommendations and guidelines to ensure the safety of our patients and our staff.