The primary distinction between snap-in dentures and All-on-4 implants is their permanence. Snap-in dentures must be removed regularly for cleaning, while All-on-4 implants are intended to be treated like natural teeth. Additionally, All-on-4 implants are usually made of zirconia, which is more durable and has a finer, smoother, and more natural feel than pressure dentures. Pressure dentures are also cheaper than those with four implants.
Furthermore, traditional dentures can affect speech or phonics, whereas implant-supported dentures only require two to four implants for support. If you're looking for a removable denture option that you can take out and replace as needed, pressure dentures may be your best choice. On the other hand, if you want to replace all your teeth as quickly as possible, All-on-Four dentures or a pressure denture are the two best options.