Have you heard of “All On Four?” Krengel Dental is the leading independent company providing cost-efficient All-On-Four treatment programs in St. Louis Park and surrounding areas.
What is All-On-Four about? These treatments have been around since 1998.Portuguese dental researcher, Dr. Paulo Malo, theorized that strategically placing four implants in the jawbone could provide patients with adequate support for an entire arch of interdental or posterior implants.
These treatments apply in countless situations, including where a patient suffers extensive tooth loss from accidents, advanced age, or tooth decay.
After thousands of tests and modifications, All-On-Four has become a widely accepted rehabilitative treatment. It is scientifically supported and patient-friendly.
The “Four” refers to how many dental implants support an entire set of lower and upper teeth. These implants function like anchors, allowing dentists to maintain and install arches more efficiently. That means our team will only have to work with four substructures in your gum line, and we won’t have to replace or repair each tooth separately.
Here’s how it works:
On your second visit, we will place the four titanium dental posts. These posts will protrude from your gum line and hold an entire arch in place. This part of the procedure does not require anesthesia and takes less than half an hour.
All-On-Four dental implants can be costly, making people skeptical of their value. However, our St. Louis Park patients love them for three reasons:
Why do All-On-Four dental implants offer patients?
Would you like to know more? Krengel Dental receives five-star reviews for quality work, and we’d love to add your to our growing list of satisfied customers. Our dentists and licensed clinicians are experts at installing and maintaining all kinds of dental implants and removable dentures, including All-On-4 implants.
All On Four is a cutting-edge approach that is opening doors for patients the world over. Learn more from Krengel Dental at (952) 926-2705—we can tell you whether it’s a viable option for your teeth after an initial consultation.