Teeth in an Hour in Houston: Science Fact or Fiction? PART 2
In our previous article post, we began discussing how it was possible for the breakthrough “All-on-4” dental implant protocol to give patients new, immediately functional, aesthetic and non-removable teeth in an hour in Houston. The following important points all contribute towards the immense success of this surgical technique in the treatment of edentulous (not having a single original adult tooth left) and near-edentulous patients:
Sophisticated computer imaging software enables implant dentists to visualize the jaw bone in great detail so that implant procedures can be carefully mapped out beforehand. With surgery being more routine and predictable in nature than exploratory and invasive, specially trained dentists are able to give patients new teeth in an hour.
The non-removable dental prosthesis is fabricated in a laboratory from molds taken of a patient’s teeth before surgery. So once the dental implants have been placed, the prosthodontist will be completely prepared to give patients their new teeth in an hour immediately after surgery.
It is here that we come to perhaps the greatest benefit of the “All-on-4” technique. You see, a swift and meticulously planned and executed surgery is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to making new teeth in an hour possible. What really makes it possible for patients to receive a brand new set of non-removable and immediately functional teeth in an hour in Houston is the ability of the “All-on-4” to avoid the need for bone grafting surgery.
New Teeth in an Hour in Houston and Bone Grafting
Bone tissue, just like muscle, needs to be stimulated in order to remain alive and healthy. And the roots of the teeth are responsible for doing just this. So when a patient suffers from rampant tooth loss, which is usually a result of periodontal (gum) disease, and doesn’t seek treatment, the underlying bone tissue in the jaw undergoes a process called resorption. Atrophy of this hard tissue causes it to waste away and the loss of bone volume can compromise one’s candidacy for dental implants.
What implant dentists would traditionally recommend to patients that present with advanced bone loss in the jaw is bone grafting surgery, which could restore the bone volume necessary to support dental implants. The only problem with bone grafting is that it’s a lengthy procedure that requires months of healing. It’s also very invasive and therefore painful. It was this hurdle in the road to oral rehabilitation that prompted European implantologist, Dr. Paulo Malo, to innovate “All-on-4” dental implants.
“All-on-4” Implants and New Teeth in an Hour in Houston
The “All-on-4”, which makes new teeth in an hour possible, was specifically designed to avoid the need for bone grafting surgery because this procedure requires months of healing before the patient is ready for implants. By side-stepping bone grafting, patients are not only saving a lot of money, but they are also able to go straight to surgery to receive their new teeth in an hour in Houston! A solution as rapid and convenient as this may sound like it would present with challenges in other arenas, such as bite functionality and aesthetics. But “All-on-4” dental implants are comprehensive and sophisticated in their approach to treating edentulism and near-edentulism. And, of course, they offer the unprecedented ability to give patients new, beautiful and non-removable teeth in an hour in Houston.
Derrick Jones - About Author:
Derrick Ashley the author of this article is associated with a renowned clinic providing Teeth in an hour Houston. His clinic specializes in Teeth in an hour to help people to find the lost smile.
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