Jersey City Dentist All-On-4 Dental Implants Help Bone Loss Prevention-Treatment

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Montgomery Greene Dental (201-204-0737) in Jersey City, New Jersey, recently updated its All-on-4 dental implant procedures, providing patients with a longer-lasting alternative to traditional dental implants.

The updated All-on-4 dental implant procedure offers patients a revolutionary approach to reconstructing the mouth and restoring chewing function. Montgomery Greene Dental’s treatment involves fixing replacement teeth onto four dental implants strategically embedded directly into the jawbone.

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Following the announcement, Montgomery Greene Dental offers patients an innovative alternative to traditional dentures. Because All-on-4s are fixed in place, the replacement teeth don’t shift or fall out, and taste and gag reflexes are left unaffected. They also limit progressive bone loss, which, in turn, preserves and restores facial contours and eliminates skin sagging.

Though still commonly used, traditional dental implants have many shortfalls. Sometimes the denture adhesives used to secure replacement teeth loosen, causing them to separate from the gums entirely. There may also be a gradual loss of bone density due to the absence of pressure on the jawbones.

With All-on-4 dental implants, four anchoring points are inserted directly into the jawbone. They are then fortified with 4 abutments, on top of which the full row of replacement teeth is to be mounted. Once mounted, retaining screws are used to connect the teeth to the abutments and implants.

At Montgomery Greene Dental, patients will first have a consultation where the dentist will assess the patient’s overall dental health, explain the process, and take scans and measurements. Once the necessary components are prepared, the surgery is then scheduled. The surgery is performed under anesthesia and typically takes 2 hours per jaw.

Montgomery Greene Dental says that the recovery time for most All-on-4 dental implant surgeries can be anywhere from 1-2 weeks months. While most pain and discomfort usually subsides in a few days, the bonding process isn’t fully complete until around about 4 months. After approximately 4 months, the implants should be fully integrated into the jawbone.

A satisfied patient said: “The staff at Montgomery Greene Dental have taken truly wonderful care of me from dental through to cosmetic procedures for the last four years. The doctors are incredibly talented, professional, and attentive. They make you feel at ease and supported and make any procedure as comfortable and informed as possible. I can’t recommend them highly enough.”

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