All-On-4® Dental Implants
What are All-on-4® Dental Implants?
All-on-4® implants allow you to wear a denture permanently. You will treat the denture as you would your natural teeth by brushing and flossing daily. Implant-supported dentures would normally utilize six to eight implants. However, the specialized placement of All-on-4® dental implants will securely hold the denture, using just four implants per arch. The leads to reduced healing time and the ability to eat most of the foods you desire.
What’s the Cost of All-on-4 Dental Implants
The price of All-on-4 dental implants, including the abutment and the crown, will depend on your oral health, the implant and crown material, and your dental insurance or discount dental plan coverage. Call today to arrange an appointment with our All-on-4 implant dentist for an assessment.
What Is the Advantage of Having a Single Dental Implant Replace a Missing Tooth?
A dental implant is the closest thing to a natural tooth and tooth root that is available. The implant will look, feel, and function exactly the same as a real tooth. You can eat whatever you like as well. Contact our office for an appointment if you would like to learn more about how an implant can replace your missing tooth.
What Is the Price for a Dental Implant?
Dental implant prices depend on whether you need any preliminary work done and what material you choose for your crown. We will gladly explain the factors we consider when we present you with an estimated price for a dental implant.
Where Can I Get an Implant-Supported Bridge in Kingwood?
Implant-supported bridges are ideal if you have a gap left by two or more missing or damaged adjacent teeth. Our dentists would be happy to explain the procedure to you and determine if you are a suitable candidate for a smile-restoring, implant-supported bridge.
What Is the Price for an Implant Bridge?
The number of pontics (crowns) the bridge contains, the materials used for the implant, and your overall oral health generally determines how much you’ll pay for an implant-supported bridge. Contact our office to schedule a consultation to get an estimate of your cost.
Can a Person Have an Implant-Supported Denture in the Upper and Lower Jaw?
Yes, implant-supported dentures are suitable for either location. Most patients start with replacing their regular denture for their bottom teeth, because lower jaw dentures at the most unstable, since the tongue is connected to the lower jaw. No palate is one of the most important advantages of an implant-supported denture, or overdenture, because it is much easier to speak clearly. If it is cost prohibitive to have both dentures placed at the same time, we can work out a plan to do one and then the other.
How Costly are Implant-Supported Dentures?
Assuming you do not need any preliminary work, the quality of the denture that you select is what primarily affects the price. Dental insurance may cover the denture itself, but coverage on the implants or the implant surgery may vary
Do Periodontists Place Implants?
Periodontists do place implants, along with doing preliminary work that allows more people to qualify for implants. Periodontists treat all stages of gum disease and they can do bone grafts as well. If you need a local periodontist to help you get ready for implant surgery, call us for an appointment.