All-on-6 dental implants are a new way to replace missing teeth. They can be used for the following:
All on 6 dental implants are also called implant-supported crowns because they use six implants (small screws that have been surgically placed in your jawbone), which are attached to crowns (cushions that fit over your natural teeth) and secured in place with a clasp that holds everything together. You can eat and speak normally without any discomfort or restrictions, and the process is reversible if you ever need them removed later on.
All-on-6 dental implants are a great option for tooth prosthesis. They can be used to replace a single tooth, or they can be used to replace multiple teeth at once. There are many advantages to choosing All-on-6 dental implants over traditional dentures or bridges.
Treatment for an All-on-six dental implant involves a surgical procedure that places the dental implant and abutment in the mouth. The dental implant is the part that replaces the tooth’s root, while the abutment is attached to it.
The surgery begins with an incision being made in your gums, allowing space for your new teeth. This can be done with local anaesthesia or full sedation, depending on how much discomfort you are willing to endure during the procedure. After making this incision, placement of each tooth will take place individually by drilling into your jawbone using high speed rotary instruments designed specifically for this purpose.
Once enough bone has been removed from your jawbone so as not to interfere with the placement of each tooth, titanium screws will then be inserted into these holes and secured in place permanently so that they do not move around when chewing food (or talking). These screws promote what is known as osseointegration - a process where bone grows over time around artificial surfaces like implants or prosthetics. This happens at different rates depending on how hard they are pressed down against one another.
The cost of All-on-6 dental implants abroad is usually much lower than in the UK. For example, if you have a missing tooth on either side of your mouth and want to replace that with an All-on-4 dental implants treatment, it will cost you around £5,000 (including cosmetic dentistry) in the UK. However, if you plan to travel for treatment, the same treatment could cost under £2,500, including travel costs!
How do these prices compare? Well, the All on 6 cost abroad is much cheaper than other alternatives such as all on 8 or even all on 4 methods.
Numerous factors can explain why it’s cheaper to have dental work carried out abroad, but the main reason is the difference in living standards and labour costs between various countries. For example, a British dentist has to charge five times more than an Indian one, for example, for performing the same procedure due to higher wages and rent prices.
On average, the cost of All on 6 dental implants abroad could be around £12,000 less than you would pay for them in your home country if you have no health insurance plan or if you choose not to use it (the same way some people travel outside their country for cheaper medical treatment). However, if you have coverage through your job or a personal insurance policy, then there's no reason this shouldn't work out even better for you!
We hope we've given you a good idea of the pros and cons of All-on-6 dental implants. If you live in the UK, this treatment may not be available to you at a cost that suits your budget. It is possible to get all on six dental implant costs abroad, and it is likely to be much cheaper than in the UK and more convenient because there are no waiting lists.
If you are looking for an affordable option, speak to Dental Implants Abroad. We are a London-based medical travel facilitator connecting patients with top clinics in Eastern Europe. We can help you get the treatment you need at a price that suits your budget!
Get in touch with us today to learn more about All-on-6 dental implants and how we can help you save money on this treatment!
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