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All On 6 Dental Implants

Get information about all on six implant treatment with the explanation of specialist dentist Mehmet Ali Koldas.

all on six implants

In conventional implant methods, there is a waiting period required after the implants are placed in the jawbone, whereas in this method, temporary fixed teeth can be placed on the implants on the same day. Additionally, while patients with large and long jaws may require more implants, this method suffices with six implants. Furthermore, numerous studies have shown that the force transmitted to the jawbone is more balanced with this method. While a single implant is used for each missing tooth in conventional methods, this method requires only six implants. This allows for the placement of 12-14 teeth on one jaw. Unlike conventional methods, it requires less advanced surgery. In patients who have lost all their teeth, gum recession is also observed simultaneously. This method also provides gum rehabilitation.

Compared to conventional implant treatment, it is slightly more cost-effective. Additionally, since the force is evenly distributed across the entire jaw, bone loss is less frequently observed. The biggest difference with the All on Six treatment is that it supports more abutments (implants). It can be considered a good alternative for patients with severe bone loss. Having more implants than the All on Six method distributes the force more evenly, prolonging the life of the prosthesis and implants. It is completed in a shorter time compared to conventional implant treatment. Since temporary teeth can be made on the same day, it meets the patient’s aesthetic and functional expectations. Because it also allows for the repair of lost gums, it offers a more natural appearance. Having so many advantages actually increases the patient’s quality of life. It prevents problems such as digestive and excretory system issues caused by toothlessness. In All on Six implant systems, the prosthetics are attached to the implants with a screw, allowing them to be easily removed by the dentist when necessary.

How Are All on Six Implants Done?

Before the implant procedure, impressions are taken from the patient for temporary prosthetics. After the patient’s oral, dental, and radiographic examinations, six implants are placed in the jaws, just like conventional implant treatment. Then, impressions are taken again from the implants, and temporary fixed teeth are positioned on the six interconnected implants. All these procedures are performed under local anesthesia, so the patient does not experience any pain. After the temporary teeth are placed, the patient enters a three-month healing period for the implants. At the end of this period, permanent prosthetics such as peek-supported zirconium, metal-supported porcelain, or monolithic zirconium can be placed. Additionally, the All on Six method facilitates oral hygiene for the patient. The cleaning and maintenance of the All on Six prosthetics are also easy.

Mehmet Ali Koldas

He was born in 1989 in Izmir. After completing his primary, secondary and high school education in Torbalı, he went to high school in İzmir Atatürk High School.

In 2007, he started studying at Ege University, Faculty of Dentistry. In 2012, he started his specialization exam in Dentistry and started his residency in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Süleyman Demirel University.

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