Are you dealing with a full arch problem? Some oral surgeries that fix full arches rely on bone grafting, which can be require a long recovery time. However, the new All-on-4 dental treatment relies on a revolutionary new method to fix a full-arch in less time with equally effective results. If you are interested in receiving dental implants via the All-on-4 treatment method, our experienced oral surgeons are here to help you.
At Midwest Oral Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery, our staff is well-versed in the newest medical techniques and we use only the best technology for our patients. We are passionate about our work and always strive to help each of our patients reach their dental goals. Each of our dentists has undergone specialty training in order to specialize in oral and maxillofacial surgery to deliver the best results for our patients. We aren’t just interested in improving smiles, we treat our patients like family.
The All-on-4 treatment is a minimally invasive method designed to help patients in need of full-arch restoration. This method uses a limited number of mechanical incriminations to cement the implants, avoiding bone grafting while still providing the structure and support necessary. This treatment method was developed in 1998 by Dr. Paulo Malo, and has been successfully applied to thousands of patients since.
Two of the implants are straight anterior implants, while the other two are tilted in the posterior. This helps to provide stability for the prosthetics while still helping to treat the full-arch issue.
This revolutionary treatment can help improve the patient’s quality of life quickly and for a much more affordable price than the traditional bone grafting surgery. Because this procedure only calls for 4 implants, the price is significantly lower, which makes it accessible to more patients.
Additionally, the tilted implants help to avoid bone grafting, which often results in very long healing times. The All-on-4 treatment offers a much quicker healing time and still helps with the full-arch issue. Healing the full-arch can help improve the patient’s dental function, esthetics, senses, and speech.
If you are interested in the All-on-4 dental treatment, our St. Louis oral surgeons are here to help. Our staff genuinely cares about your wellbeing and our dental surgeons can answer any questions or concerns you may have prior to scheduling your procedure.Contact Midwest Oral Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery today to discuss your treatment options with our St. Louis oral surgeons.