All-On-4® Dental Implants
Why Choose All-on-4® Dental Implants?
Our dentists in provide the All-on-4® dental implant system, which is a fixed-in-place option that restores the functionality and beauty of your smile.
How Will All-on-4 Dental Implants Work?
All-on-4 implants are applied during a surgical procedure. The dentist places four dental implants that fuse into the jaw bone and tissue. The implants support a full arch of replacement teeth and hold it in place. You don’t remove All-on-4 prosthetic teeth to clean them or during sleep.
Do All-on-4 Dental Implants Cost a Lot?
It’s understandable to be concerned about cost when many or all teeth need to be replaced. Because it involves oral surgery, the All-on-4 procedure costs less than standard dentures, and it is considered to be an affordable and effective alternative to other lengthy and complex options.
Dental implants can restore your smile while imparting an array of benefits. If you are searching for a long-lasting tooth-replacement option, call us to find out more about this technology.
What is a Typical Dental Implants Cost?
Dental implants must be administered during oral surgery, which adds to their cost. The amount you will pay depends on how many implants you need, how much preparatory work your mouth needs and the type of implants you receive.
How Do Single Implants Work?
You may only need to replace one tooth, or perhaps you have several teeth in a row that would each benefit from replacement with a single implant. The dental implant procedure usually takes several stages. First, the implant is installed into the jaw bone during surgery. After it heals, the dentist places an abutment onto the implant. The final step is receiving the prosthetic tooth.
It’s a fact of life that tooth loss happens. Instead of stressing about your appearance and decreased ability to chew properly, why not replace those missing teeth with an implant-supported bridge? Contact us to find out what this dental technology can do for you.
Why Choose an Implant-supported Bridge?
Patients who choose implant-supported bridges appreciate their ability to reduce bone loss in the jaw. This option doesn’t rely on the surrounding teeth for support. Also, once the implant-supported bridge is in place, it should not slip or move, making it more comfortable to wear than a traditional bridge.
How Much Will an Implant-supported Bridge Cost?
Implant-supported bridges are custom-made to fit the patient’s mouth and match their existing teeth. Because they are patient-specific, it’s only possible to get an accurate price by visiting an implant dentist in for a comprehensive exam and estimate.
Implant-supported dentures restore smiles just like traditional dentures do, but they have significant advantages over gum-supported dentures. To learn more, please call our dental office in today.
What Are Implant-supported Dentures?
Instead of resting on your gums and staying in position with suction and dental adhesive, implant-retained dentures are held in place with dental implants. The implants provide a secure foundation that secures the denture. It’s possible to obtain fixed dentures that you don’t remove, and there are also implant overdentures that are removable.
What Will I Pay for Implant-supported Dentures?
The cost of implant-supported dentures varies widely, and the best way to obtain an accurate value is to visit our dental office for a detailed consultation and price estimate.
Millions of people have gum disease and don’t even know it. Catching and treating it early can significantly boost your odds of keeping your natural teeth for life. Whether you have beginning or advanced gum issues, our periodontists can help.
How Can a Periodontist Help?
Gum disease is a leading cause of tooth loss. Periodontists are trained in assessing and treating conditions and diseases that affect the gums. If you’re concerned about your gum health, don’t delay calling us to schedule a consultation.