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What Are All-on-4® Implants Made Of?

Posted By nextsmiles nextsmiles     December 16, 2021    

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If you wonder what All-on-4® dental implants are made of, wonder no more. All-on-4®dental implants are a tooth replacement option that involves replacing all the teeth in your mouth. Your dentist will recommend All-on-4® implants if you have lost all your teeth.

 

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The All-on-4® Dental Implant Procedure Consists of Three Parts:

 

  • Implant

The posts insert into the jawbone and act as a root for new teeth—they stability to the crown and are made of titanium or zirconia.

 

  • Abutment

The piece that links the new tooth with the implant.

 

  • Crown

It is also known as prosthetic teeth. It is made of titanium or zirconia. It is visible in the mouth, unlike the implant and abutment.

 

Materials Used to Make Dental Implants

 

  • The crown

The crown can be produced using acrylic, porcelain or zirconia.

 

  • Porcelain

The material endures longer and looks appropriate for quite a while. Porcelain requires a talented and experienced specialist to guarantee the best outcomes.

 

  • Zirconia

The material is solid. When set by a talented dental expert, they look great.

 

  • Acrylic

The material is best for individuals who don't grasp or grate their teeth. It is a less expensive choice and simple to fix.

 

Every one of the materials is reasonable for each patient. The distinction between them is the expense, toughness and inclination.

 

If you want to undergo the All-on-4® procedure, look no further than Next Smile™ Gold Coast. Our dental professionals will answer all of your questions and assist you every step of the way. Visit our website or contact us for more information.

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