What are all-on-four High Dental Implants Melbourne?

All-on-four at High Dental Implants Melbourne are a type of dental implants suitable for individuals who have lost more than one tooth from within the mouth. All-on-four dental implants is a dental method which ensures the stabilisation of dentures. Individuals who have dentures may be frustrated by their lack of reliability, which is why they may choose to undergo implants as a form of stabilisation.

How many teeth can all-on-four High Dental Implants Melbourne support?

All-on-four dental implants are able to support a whole row of porcelain crowns within the mouth, and it may surprise certain individuals to find out that only four dental implants are required for this whole row of stable crowns. All-on-four dental implants have risen in popularity within recent years, due to their state-of-the-art technologies, such as CT scanners, for example. The dental implants are securely anchored within the jaw, which ensures the dentures are now a long-term solution dental fixture.

How do I care for all-on-four dental implants?

Many individuals may believe that undergoing dental implants, whether they be for a single tooth or a whole row of teeth, may require a more complex, and rigorous dental aftercare routine, however this is not necessarily the case. Dental implants are made uniquely for each individual, and the porcelain crowns are custom-made for the shade and shape of your teeth. After dental implants are fully healed, which can take anywhere between three and six months, individuals may be able to undergo their normal dental hygiene routines, without extra regard.

Are dental implants recognisable?

No! Dental implant porcelain crowns are extremely subtle, and dental implants should be unrecognisable within the mouth, when compared to the rest of the teeth.

Are dental implants painful?

During your dental procedure you may be concerned about the level of discomfort or even pain you may feel, however there is no need to fear. Individuals can receive a form of local anaesthetic to ensure that they feel no pain when undergoing their dental treatment. Once the dental treatment has finished, individuals may be advised to stick to soup and soft foods for the first few days. Patients are advised to come back to see us after three to seven days if the pain has not subsided.

What if I feel nervous about visiting my local dental clinic?

Individuals may feel worried about undergoing dental treatments due to an irrational fear (also commonly referred to as a dental phobia) this fear may be triggered by negative childhood experiences. At our clinic we aim to ease our patients’ nerves by offering comforting and professional dental services, as well as advice.

All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.