All-on-4 Dental Implants
Traditional dental implants can hold a denture firmly in place, but not everyone qualifies for treatment after tooth loss.
Our dentists perform the All-on-4® method, which uses just four implants to support a full-arch denture without the need for bone grafting.
See how Kasperowski Family Dentistry in Westfield, MA, can use All-on-4 dental implants to help you chew comfortably and smile confidently.
The All-on-4 Method Can Change Your Life
Less Prep Work
Because jawbone deterioration accompanies tooth loss, traditional implant patients often need to undergo preparatory procedures like bone grafting to restore their candidacy for treatment. A dentist using the All-on-4 method places implants in areas of the highest bone density, allowing patients to enjoy the same great results without the need for this preparatory procedure.
Missing teeth can cause you to hide your smile and feel uncomfortable in social situations. The All-on-4 method can firmly support a denture that is virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth. Patients often report feeling more confident when smiling and talking with loved ones after treatment.
A Healthier Diet
Missing teeth can make chewing difficult, causing you to avoid some of your favorite foods and healthy foods like raw vegetables and nuts. With restored function, you can re-introduce these foods into your diet, allowing you to eat meals you love and improve your overall wellness.
Prevent Jawbone Atrophy
Tooth loss leads to jawbone loss, which can create further oral health problems and changes to your facial appearance. Dental implants prevent jawbone atrophy and keep these other problems from developing.
A Single Surgery
Patients sometimes think that because they're receiving four implants, they will have to undergo many surgeries at our office in Westfield. This isn't the case. All-on-4 implants can be placed in one surgery, and patients usually go home with a lifelike temporary denture on the same day. You won't have to wait for restored dental function.
See How All-on-4 Works
Ready to Change Your Life With Implants? Contact Our Westfield, MA, Dentistry Office Today
Our dental team has seen firsthand how much of an impact dental implants can have on a person's life. If you've been told you don't qualify for traditional implants in the past, we encourage you to meet with our team to see if the All-on-4 method is a better fit. With a modern spin on a classic procedure, we may be able to make this treatment suit your needs.
Whether you're certain you want to undergo the All-on-4 procedure or you have a few questions you'd like to ask our dentists, we invite you to request a consultation at our Westfield, MA, dentistry office today:
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An In-Depth Look at the All-on-4 Procedure
At Kasperowski Family Dentistry, our dentists provide you and your family with superior restorative and aesthetic dental care in a warm, safe, and caring setting.
Caring for Your Implants and Denture
Following an At-Home Routine
You can brush and floss your denture like you would your natural teeth. This will remove debris and plaque buildup, keeping your denture in good condition. It will also help maintain your oral health and contribute to a healthy oral environment for your dental implants.
Attending Regular Checkups
Attending appointments with our dental team every six months will allow us to maintain your oral health, give your replacement teeth a thorough cleaning, and determine when it's time to replace your denture.
"Our team of dental professionals understands that the health of your smile has a dramatic impact on your physical and emotional well-being. Our goal is to help you achieve optimal oral health by providing comprehensive examination and diagnosis along with a strong emphasis on preventative care and education."