What is a full arch implant?
A full arch implant is for retaining dentures by acting as anchors to prevent them from movement. The full arch implant supported dentures are made for the entire lower jaw or entire upper jaw.
What does it mean by all on four with a denture?
Dentures supported by implants sit on four or more implants. The denture is placed on the dental implants fixtures, only lightly touching the gums. The implants hold the denture in position and protect it from hitting the soft tissue. It also offers further stability for the denture when more implants are fixed.