All-On-4 and All-On-6 - Which Is the Right One for You

Isn't a perfect smile what everybody wants? We know that losing a tooth can be awful, but losing more than one it's devastating. According to studies, about 25 percent of adults older than 60 years no longer have any natural teeth. But did you know there are procedures that will help you recover your smile in only one day?

All-on-4 and All-on-6 treatments are one of the most recurrent between people who have suffered tooth loss. Here we share with you everything you need to know about these. 

What are All-on-4 and All-on-6 exactly?

They are dental procedures used to reconstruct a person's mouth when he or she has lost a significant number of teeth in one or both jaws. It's basically an option for replacing all of your teeth with just four or six dental implants. And this can be done in just one day!

Because of this and many other advantages, it has become the best option for people who want to recover their smile.

What are de differences between these procedures?

Both dental treatments are a preferred dental solution for obtaining the same level of strength and stability as natural teeth, since they naturally integrate themselves into the bone of the jaw.

All-on-4 involves the implantation of four dental implants, while All-on-6 involves the implantation of six dental implants. Beside the number of implants that each one requires, the All-on-6 procedure involves a horseshoe shaped porcelain bridge and does not have an artificial gum line. While the All-on-4 offers a fixed plate of acrylic material and does offer an artificial gum line.

A lot of people wonder if it's better to have fewer or more dental implants and what the dental benefits are. There is no clear answer to which of these options is better. It all depends on the patient and the dentist.

Which one should I get?

Dental implants require that the jaw has enough bone to support the implants and that the structure of the bone is strong. For example, All-on-6 are implants is going to require more bone and more bone strength than an All-on-4. In many cases, the patient doesn't need such an extensive reconstruction, so an All-on-4 may be more appropriate.

Other factors that you and your dentist should have in mind are the location of the missing teeth, the situation of the remaining teeth and the general health situation of the patient. All of these will help you know which type of reconstruction is more appropriate for you.

Also, a previous diagnosis will be very helpful. And here in Sani Dental Group you get it for free before your appointment.

Where should I go?

Los Algodones, Mexico is the capital of dental tourism in the world, and Sani Dental Group is not only one of the best, but the largest dental group in town. We have more than 30 dentists in 3 locations that will be happy to help you with these and other dental needs. Give us a call and we'll give you all the information about All-on-4, All-on-6, or any other treatment you're interested in.

When you're looking for the best dental treatments in Mexico, Sani Dental Group is your best option. So don't hesitate and take the decision today. Your best smile is one call away.

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