All-on-X and Dental Implants Have about the Same Recovery Time
Because All-on-X is essentially a variation on the dental implant procedure, it takes about as much time to recover from as a traditional dental implant procedure. You should count on taking the rest of the day off after your implant procedure, and some people take the next day off, too. You are a little more likely to want to take the next day off after an All-on-X procedure, but in both cases, you’ll want to avoid strenuous activities for about ten days after surgery.
Eating after your procedure might be a little different. With traditional dental implants, you might have soreness on one side of your mouth, but you can chew on the other side of your mouth. With All-on-X, your entire arch is affected, which can mean that it takes more time to get back to eating normally.
For both procedures, your implants should be fully healed and incorporated into your jawbone within six months after surgery.