What is the All on 6 method ?
All-on-6 is a method of treating edentulous teeth by replacing missing teeth with a single fixed bridge that covers the entire dental arch using 6 dental implants and immediate loading of the implants.
Why All-on-6 ??
The cheapest solution
The All-on-6 bridge requires only 6 implants to replace 12 teeth. The fewer implants, the lower the treatment costs.
No additional treatments
A sinus lift procedure using the All-on-4 method is not necessary. The special inclination of the 2 implants provides adequate stabilisation in the dental arch and bypasses the maxillary sinuses.
Short execution time
Using the latest in digital dentistry, surgical template and 3D tomography, the treatment time is 30-60 min.
Fully customised to the needs of the patient
The final prosthetic work can be; removable, fixed, made of acrylic, zirconia or porcelain.
Stages of All-on-6 treatment
We invite you to learn more about the stages of
all-on-6 treatment below.
1. Consultation with an expert
During the first visit, the doctors will perform a CT scan and verify the condition of the teeth. If, due to the poor condition of the jaw, it proves impossible to perform the All-on-6 method, we will suggest another solution.
2. Planning the course of treatment
At this stage we begin the treatment planning process. You will meet with the implantologist and a full hygiene examination of your teeth will be carried out. Above this, we will take an impression of your mouth and perform a full diagnostic to prepare surgical templates and temporary work.
3. Implant placement and prosthetic work
At this stage, we place six implants to which the prosthetic work will be attached. The procedure is completely painless and lasts between 30-60 minutes.
Your prosthetic work will be adjusted and finished by our dental technicians on the same day.
5. Handing over of work
The final stage of the 1 day appointment is the fitting of your new teeth and attaching them to the implants. You will regain your healthy and beautiful smile in the same day.
Do you have a question?
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