All-On-4® Dental Implants
Will I Have Permanent Dentures with All-on-4® Dental Implants?
We will permanently secure four dental implants into your jawbone, which will support an upper or lower denture. This implant procedure provides added biting power and reduced healing time. If you elect to have this modern procedure for placing implants, you will never need denture adhesives again. And, because you won’t be using adhesive, you won’t have to worry about your dentures slipping or moving ever again.
What Is the Fee for All-on-4 Treatment?
Our fee for All-on-4 dental implants depends on whether you need any extractions or other preliminary treatments. The quality of the denture you select also plays a part in determining your final cost for All-on-4 treatment. We ask you to come in for a consultation and examination so our dentist can give you an estimate of your total cost. The sooner you book your appointment, the sooner you will have your attractive new smile.
What Are Single Implants?
A single dental implant, or an implant-supported crown, is an artificial tooth supported by an artificial root. The crown will very closely resemble the surrounding teeth in size and color. Why try to hide your missing tooth when you could have a new tooth that could last for decades?
What’s the Cost for an Implant?
Your oral health, the quality of the crown and the post material all affect your implant-supported crown cost. While a dental implant is not the least expensive way to replace a missing tooth, it is the longest lasting, which makes an implant-supported crown a good value. Call our office to arrange an appointment to determine your suitability for a crown supported by a dental implant.
Why Do Dentists Prefer Implant-Supported Bridges?
With a traditional bridge, the two adjacent teeth have to provide the support, requiring a dentist to file the teeth down to place crowns. No dentist wants to compromise healthy teeth unless it is absolutely necessary. An implant-supported bridge doesn’t rely on the adjacent teeth for support, but rather implants in the jaw.
What’s the Price for an Implant Bridge?
Your personal price for an implant bridge depends on the number of teeth the bridge replaces, your oral health, and the number of additional procedures that you may need before implant surgery. If you choose sedation dentistry, this will add to the cost of the procedure. Make an appointment and learn how much you’ll pay to fill in a gap in your smile.
Why Is an Implant Denture Better than a Traditional Denture?
There is a world of difference between an implant-supported denture and a traditional denture. A regular denture rests on your gums, while an implant denture rests on implants. Traditional dentures can move and slip, which is embarrassing if you are speaking or eating; implant dentures rarely slip.
How Would Getting Implant-Supported Dentures Save Me Money?
With traditional dentures, you have to reline or replace the dentures every few years because your jaw and gums change. Implant-supported dentures can help preserve your jawbone, so you won’t need to replace your dentures for a very long time. Additionally, you won’t have to buy dental adhesive ever again. Call our office to learn more about implant dentures and their numerous benefits.
What Is a Periodontist?
Periodontists are dentists with additional training in treating the framework for teeth. They treat gum disease, perform bone grafts and perform implant surgery. If you need a local periodontist, please call our office to schedule an appointment. New patients are welcome.