All on four implants, the key treatment for patients with bone loss

The “Allonfour” technique developed by the prestigious Swedish oral implant company “Nobel Biocare” allows the rehabilitation of the maxilla and mandible with fixed teeth. Its application is carried out in a single day, with minimal discomfort for the patient in almost 100% of cases.

We can therefore affirm that this is undoubtedly the newest, most advanced and revolutionary dental implant technique for the rehabilitation of totally edentulous arches (without teeth) and is performed in Prodentis clinics by Dr. Jose Ignacio Perez Perez, a Diplomate member of the Spanish Society of Implants.

The technique uses only four implants, instead of the usual eight or ten for fixed prostheses, thanks to Nobel Biocare’s development of SpeedeCroove implants. This method has a high-tech surface where these implants are placed in the maxillary or mandibular bone with a strategic disposition and angulation allowing the maximum use of the maxillary bases, with a minimum mechanical stress for the bone and gums.

Thanks to this we can guarantee the maximum biological benefit to the patient with a surgical technique that eliminates the need for bone grafts, sinus elevations, ridge expansions or placement of biomaterials of animal or synthetic origin. Therefore, it is especially indicated for all those patients who would not be able to have implants by the traditional method.

One of the many advantages is that the teeth are delivered to the patient on the same day, so you can enjoy them from the beginning, without having to make multiple visits to the clinic or having to wait for months until the completion of treatment.

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It should be noted that screw-retained prostheses (screw-retained teeth) are also made, which are of the highest quality and provide the best possible hygiene. This is thanks to the robotized manufacturing process using computers guided by a CAD-CAM system.

This is undoubtedly the best possible option when it comes to placing fixed teeth in an atrophic jaw, as it combines advances in bone bioengineering on the one hand and the dental prosthesis manufacturing process on the other.