Get Permanent Teeth: Say Goodbye to Troublesome Dentures Over 35 million Americans are now wearing dentures. YOU don’t have to be one of them! The All-On-Four technique for complete tooth replacement may be your answer. If you are over the age of 65, there is a 1 in 4 chance that you are faced withRead More

 

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Trade Your Troublesome Dentures for Permanent Teeth

Get Permanent Teeth: Say Goodbye to Troublesome Dentures

All on Four the One-Day Permanent Teeth SolutionOver 35 million Americans are now wearing dentures. YOU don’t have to be one of them! The All-On-Four technique for complete tooth replacement may be your answer.

If you are over the age of 65, there is a 1 in 4 chance that you are faced with the debilitating effects of edentulism (toothlessness). That’s because better than 25% of Americans over the age of 65 have lost most or all of their teeth.

Permanent Teeth Over Dentures: A Desirable Shift

While the statistics are an improvement over past generations, they nonetheless leave a large portion of the US population chomping at the bit for a solution.

While traditional dentures (removable false teeth) have long been the standard for replacing missing teeth, they are fraught with undesirable side effects. In fact, the National Center for Biotechnology Information reports that complete denture wearers across the board had greater experience of difficulties associated with oral health and psychological functioning.

These negative effects include (but aren’t limited to) discomfort from ill-fitting dentures, diminished nutrition associated with difficulty in chewing, embarrassment over loose or clicking dentures, and the associated diminished self-confidence that accompanies such embarrassment.

Other negative effects include continued bone loss, undesirable appearance, increased incidence of bacterial film and bad breath, and most recently, the reported health risks of certain denture adhesive materials.

Get Permanent Teeth: Say Goodbye to Troublesome DenturesRevolutionary Permanent Teeth in a Day: The All-On-Four Technique

Dental implants have increasingly become the preferred alternative. Surgically placed below the gum, dental implants (small metal posts which mimic the function of your natural tooth roots) fuse directly into your bone.

They serve as a secure and permanent anchor for replacement teeth such as crowns, bridges, or complete dentures.  By fully integrating into your own bone and gums, they become a part of your anatomy, providing the most natural form, feel, and function possible.

But when faced with replacing a full set of teeth, or even just a full upper or lower arch, the prospect of invasive surgery, extensive bone grafting, large numbers of implants, prolonged healing, and multiple individual crowns or bridges is too daunting for many to consider.

Seamless Transition to Permanent Teeth with Minimal Discomfort

But now, you can have a full set of permanent teeth in just one day! The life-changing All-On-Four technique uses just four dental implants on each arch to secure a full set of permanent teeth.

The posterior (back) implants are placed at an angle to ensure optimal security without the need for extensive bone grafting. This innovative positioning dramatically reduces the healing time and allows for the immediate placement of permanent teeth.

Immediate Placement of Permanent Teeth at Spodak DentalThat means you walk out the door—the same day—with a full set of beautiful, new permanent teeth! No more removal, no more soaking cups, no more adhesive creams, no more slipping, clicking, or embarrassment. Just a full set of beautiful, fully functional teeth!

Most patients report minimal post-surgical discomfort, and many are able to enjoy their first meal with their new permanent teeth that same night.

Transform Your Life with Permanent Teeth: A Call to Action

Change your appearance. Change your comfort. Change your health. Ask a highly qualified dental provider how the All-On-Four technique can change your life!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

Dr. Craig Spodak is a third generation dentist who joined his father’s practice in Delray Beach, Fla. after graduating from Tufts University in 1998. His dream was to change the way patients experience dental care and he developed a new vision for the modern dental practice with a goal to deliver comprehensive dental care in a singular, all inclusive practice. He created one of the world’s only LEED Gold Certified dental facilities, which boasts not only a team of the finest dental and medical professionals from all disciples of the field, but also a holistic environment that comforts patients. Dr. Craig is an expert lecturer for Invisalign and Spodak Dental Group is one of the few Top 1 Percent providers of Invisalign in the world.


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