All On Six Implant

Implant Treatment

All On Six Implant

The ‘All-on-6 implant’ or ‘All-on-6 treatment concept’ is a dental implant treatment method designed for individuals experiencing complete or extensive tooth loss. This treatment aims to replace all upper or lower teeth in the mouth.

The ‘All-on-6 implant’ treatment features the following key characteristics:

  1. Fixed Prosthesis with Six Implants: In the All-on-6 treatment, six implants (artificial roots resembling tooth roots) are placed on one side of the upper or lower jaw. These implants are connected to a fixed dental prosthesis (crowns or bridges).

  2. Stabilization and Healing: After the implants are placed, a healing period is typically observed. During this time, the implants fuse with the jawbone (osseointegration). The healing period may vary from person to person but generally lasts for several months.

  3. Fixed Dental Prosthesis: At the end of the healing period, a fixed dental prosthesis is placed on the six implants. This prosthesis is mounted on a specially prepared framework and designed to fit the individual’s oral structure.

  4. Rapid Restoration: All-on-6 implant treatment may offer faster results compared to other traditional implant treatments. It is suitable for individuals looking to quickly resolve their tooth loss problem.

  5. Aesthetic and Functional Advantages: All-on-6 treatment provides a fixed and aesthetic prosthesis to replace missing teeth. This prosthesis resembles natural teeth in shape, function, and appearance.

  6. Minimal Surgery: All-on-6 treatment requires less surgery compared to some other implant treatments. This can help individuals experience less discomfort and faster recovery.

  7. Solution to Tooth Loss Problems: All-on-6 implant treatment addresses tooth loss problems and helps individuals regain chewing, speaking, and smiling functions.

All-on-6 implant treatment is an effective method used to treat complete or extensive tooth loss. However, this treatment method may not be suitable for every patient and should be evaluated by a dentist or implant specialist. It is important to consult a professional for more information and advice on implant treatments.

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