Why have all-on-four dental implants
become so popular? Simply because so many people are missing all their top or bottom teeth these days. In fact, more than 35 million Americans are currently missing all the teeth on either the upper or lower jaw. Instead of choosing removable (and somewhat unstable) dentures, more people are opting to have a full mouth restoration and have the all-on-four implants installed. This makes perfect sense, because it's a fairly simple procedure, and once it's been done, it allows for a whole set of new teeth to be installed.
This in turn will provide you with a natural appearance, and all the functionality that your original set of teeth provided. Better yet, the implants will actually bond with your jawbone to become a permanent part of your mouth, so they will feel completely natural and will perform that way too. Because titanium bonds so well with your jawbone, the implants will be able to serve as a solid foundation for the new teeth which will be emplaced, and you can count on them being reliable and functional for the remainder of your lifetime. It also helps to prevent any bone loss which might occur to the jawbone in the future, and that will allow you to enjoy better oral health the rest of your days.