All-on-4/All-on-6® Implants in Livonia, MI

If you’re suffering from partial or total tooth loss, dental implants can go a long way in rebuilding the functionality and aesthetics of your smile. Our reliable dentists near you can replace a full dental arch with the advanced All-on-4/All-on-6® implant technology.

What Are All-on-4/All-on-6® Implants?

All-on-4/All-on-6® implants are dental prostheses that consist of four and six implants, respectively. They can be used to replace a full set of dislodged teeth by using only four or six implants. Patients can expect to save on costs as well as time as you no longer need one dental implant for every missing tooth.

All-on-Four® and the All-on-Six® implants are ideal for patients who have lost a full set – or nearly a full set – of teeth. Our experienced dentists in Livonia, MI, place either four or six implants in the jawbone and attaches partials or full dentures onto the abutment posts.

How Long Does the Procedure Take?

For most patients, the implants from Willow Wood Dental bonds with the jaw bone and stimulate bone regeneration due to the pressure they apply on the bone (that is similar to the pressure applied by a tooth root). In the past, the process would take more than five to six months as the implants need to fuse with the bone tissue fully.

However, more recently, we can attach crowns or dentures to the All-on-4/All-on-6® implants on the same day as the surgery.

Benefits of All-on-4/All-on-6® Implants near You

Patients can expect several benefits from all-on-four® and all-on-six® implants:

No-Wait Prosthetic

Our team of highly skilled dentists places the full-arch prosthesis (partials, dentures, crowns, or bridges) on the same day as the oral surgery.

Increased Stability

All-on-4/All-on-6® implants in Livonia, MI, are longer than traditional implants for a larger contact area. They are suitable even for patients with deficient jawbone density. All-on-6® implants are recommended for patients with severe bone resorption.

After a detailed evaluation using advanced x-ray and imaging technology, our implant specialists at Willow Wood Dental will decide which out of the two types is best for your needs.