How are These Permanent Dentures Implanted?
Placement of All-on-4, All-on-6, or All-on-8 dental implants is done in two steps. The first stage entails the implant placement procedure, and the second stage entails loading the implants into the jaw with a customized prosthesis.
Placement of dental implants – Dr. Hani Jamah will use anesthesia to make sure that the procedure is as painless as possible. Conscious sedation may be considered for patients who are extremely anxious or tense. To start the surgical procedure, an incision is made over the soft tissue above the jaw bone, where the implants will be placed. A tiny hole is made in the jaw to accommodate each post after the surgical flap has been lifted. Then, with the use of controlled force, they are secured into position.
Implant loading – Once the surgical site has fully recovered, a complete denture will typically be affixed to them using an abutment. But thanks to recent developments in dentistry, an appropriate prosthesis can now be loaded into the jaw right away. Immediate placement occurs when the first surgery is finished – the dentures and their abutments are prepared before being loaded onto them, and they are then instantly inserted.