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  1. Arti says:

    Traditional dentures sit on the gums with an acrylic plate covering the roof of the mouth for upper dentures. With an All-on-4 dental implant, two of the implants are tilted for added strength, allowing dentists to use four implants, instead of the normal six to eight implants per jaw. Our dentist will insert four titanium implants into your upper or lower jawbone to anchor the denture. There is minimal, if any, pain with local anesthesia. With your custom denture, you can speak clearly and eat your favorite foods again. In a few cases, you can have a temporary denture to wear the same day, until your custom denture is ready. Moreover, bone grafts are not usually necessary, even with jawbone deterioration, because the implants can go where there is enough bone. If your jawbone is deteriorating, you may still be able to have the All-on-4 treatment without a bone gra

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