All-On-4® Dental Implants
How Can All-on-4® Dental Implants Restore My Smile?
Are you missing all of your top or bottom teeth? Thanks to advances in dentistry, you don’t need an implant for each tooth you’ve lost anymore. All-on-4® dental implants make it easy to replace an entire arch of teeth with only four implants. A permanently beautiful smile isn’t out of reach with this innovative system that ensures you have comfortable dentures that never slip.
What Does the All-on-4 Dental Implants System Cost?
Every patient pays a different price for the All-on-4 dental implants system depending on their jawbone quality, which is determined during an examination. Since sinus lifts or bone grafts are only required in a small number of patients, the All-on-4 implants are generally the least expensive option for permanent dentures. Call us today to schedule your initial examination.
How Does a Single Dental Implant Function?
A dental implant serves as a replacement for the root of a tooth. They are strong because the jawbone grows around the implant, holding it firmly in place. A dental implant can hold a crown to replace a single tooth or it can serve as an anchor for an implant-supported appliance. An implant also helps prevent bone loss, a common problem with people who are missing teeth.
Are Implants Expensive?
Although an implant will cost more than a bridge or partial denture, it will also last longer. Moreover, partial dentures and traditional bridges rely on other, healthy teeth for support, which isn’t good for the healthy teeth in the long-term. Contact our office to arrange an appointment; our dentist can provide a quote after your examination.
Do Implant-Supported Bridges Look Natural?
The quality of the crowns used plays a major role in how natural the bridge appears. Porcelain is the most life-like material, although it may not be appropriate in all cases. Our dentist will go over your options and show you samples of various crown materials.
On What Is the Cost of an Implant-Supported Bridge Based?
The cost for an implant bridge is based on the number of artificial teeth in the bridge, the condition of your gums and jawbone, plus a variety of other factors, such as if you choose sedation for your implant surgery. Call today to schedule an implant bridge consultation.
Is an Implant-Supported Denture Secure All Day?
When you have an implant-supported denture, or an overdenture, it is far more secure that it would be if you didn’t have the implants and you used dental adhesive to secure your denture. When you talk or chew, you can do so comfortably, knowing that your dentures will not go anywhere unless you choose to take them out to clean them.
What Does an Implant-Supported Overdenture Cost?
Your overdenture cost depends on your insurance, your oral health, your insurance, and the materials needed to make the denture. In some cases, we can use your existing denture. During your appointment, our dentist will go over these factors to give you an estimate of your fee. Call us today to schedule your appointment.
How Can a Periodontist Help Me?
A periodontist is a dentist who typically diagnoses and treats periodontal (gum) disease. Periodontists also treat people who need a bone graft or other procedure before having an implant placed. If you are looking for a skilled local periodontist, call our office today to schedule your appointment.