This procedure is recommended for people that have no teeth, have lost several of them, that would need multiple implants or are tired of using a denture.
How does the process work?
All on x requires three visits:
First, we start the planning. We take CT–scans, pictures, measurements, impressions and answer all questions and concerns you may have. A day later, you get IV sedation and we start surgery: if there is a need to, we remove what needs to be removed. Then, we place X implants (4, 6, 8) to support your prosthesis. The third day, you’ll get your temporary denture adjusted. An optional fourth day would consist of a follow through.
After that, a second visit, three to six months after, we will attach a special abutment on your implants, take impressions and send them to the lab.
At this time, you may choose to wait 10 to 15 days for your teeth to be delivered or plan a third and final visit.
Important: we are saddened to see people offering instant results. Those right away advertisements may easily become implant failures. We strongly recommend considering that, if you are going to do this, you may as well as do it the right way.
Crystal ultra is a proven, resistant, yet gentle prosthesis that is used on your all on x process.
An elastic, ceramic material option, this FDA approved has made it’s way to our clinic from Scottsdale, AZ. It is not only six times harder than acrylic, but 60% lighter than zirconia.
After a simulation test was made, which showed these did not get any fractures after 1.2 million bites (that’s five years of mouth use), we knew we had to get this for you.
Here’s a fun fact: Did you know that Grace Dental Studio & Co. is the first dental clinic in Mexico to ever use crystal ultra?