Conventional dentures can take a long time to get used to, and some patients may struggle for weeks or even months before they feel comfortable with the prosthesis. But is the adaptation to implanted dental prostheses different? Fortunately, the answer is yes. In this blog post, we'll explain what to expect when your implanted dental prosthesis is placed for the first time and how long it will take before your new teeth feel like a natural and normal part of your daily routine. All-on-4 dentures are a revolutionary solution that virtually eliminates all the shortcomings of traditional dental prostheses.
Thanks to their unique location, they allow more people to have implant dental prostheses than traditional implant approaches. When it comes to replacing all your teeth as quickly as possible, All-on-Four dentures or a pressure denture are the two best options. Plus, with All-on-4 implant dentures, patients can often have dentures placed on the same day as dental implant surgery. The treatment is potentially ideal for both those who wear current dentures and those who are getting dentures for the first time.
Dentures with All-on-4 implants offer a shorter, easier adjustment period and longer-lasting results than traditional dentures. To help keep traditional dentures in place, especially when you first get used to them, suction and a little bit of denture adhesive can be used.