All-On-4® Dental Implants
What Does All-on-4® Mean?
All-on-4® dental implants provide a sturdy foundation for a full arch of teeth permanently secured with only four implants per arch. Two of the implants are placed at a 45-degree angle for added strength. The denture remains in your mouth, and provides exceptional biting power. Just brush and floss normally each day and see your dentist for a check up every six months. Call our office to schedule a consultation if you are interested the All-on-4® dental implant procedure.
What Does the All-on-4 Procedure Cost?
After an examination to see what procedures you may need before implant surgery, such as extractions, we can give you an estimate of your total cost for All-on-4 implant dentures. All-on-4 implants typically cost less than other types of implant-supported dentures because fewer implants are needed to hold the denture.
Are Single Dental Implants Safe?
Yes, single tooth dental implants are very safe. The implant is typically titanium or a titanium alloy, which is a compatible metal used in many types of surgeries. Dental implant surgeries are the safest oral surgery and they have a very high success rate. Living with missing teeth is more harmful to your oral health than implant surgery. Contact our office if you want to replace a missing tooth or if you have questions about the surgery.
How Much Is a Tooth Implant?
To give you an accurate estimate of your cost for a tooth implant, we would have to perform an exam first. Our dentist will review your X-rays and go over your medical and dental history before giving you the estimate. Call us today to schedule your exam.
How Does an Implant-Supported Bridge Work?
When you are missing several adjacent teeth, a bridge supported by implants can fill in the gap without requiring you to have the neighboring teeth capped. Implant bridges can also hold more crowns than a traditional bridge, enabling you to have the smile that you deserve. Call our office to schedule a consultation to see if you are a good candidate for an implant-supported bridge.
What’s the Fee for an Implant Bridge?
Fees for implant-supported bridges vary considerably depending on the number of artificial teeth that the bridge contains. Other factors influence the cost as well, such as needing a bone graft or sinus lift before getting the implants. Our dentist could not tell you your anticipated cost without performing a clinical assessment first.
What Does Overdenture Mean?
An overdenture is a removable denture that is held securely in place by implants. You take the denture out at night to clean underneath it and around the implants. Also called an implant-supported denture, an overdenture is ideal for traditional denture wearers who are tired of unstable, adhesive-secured dentures.
Are Implant-Supported Dentures Expensive?
Our implant-supported denture fee depends on your unique situation, such as the condition of your gums. Call our office today to arrange your initial consultation and discover how much money an implant-supported denture can save you in the long term.
Do Periodontists Perform Implant Surgery?
Periodontists perform implant surgery, bone grafts, sinus lifts, and gum contouring procedures in addition to treating gum disease. When you need a local periodontist in Conroe, call our office to schedule an appointment. We welcome new patients to our practice.