All-On-4® Dental Implants
What Are All-on-4® Dental Implants?
All-on-4® dental implants consist of a full arch of permanent teeth supported by just four implants. They look and feel just like real teeth because of the secure fit the implants provide for your replacement teeth. In fact, no one will be able to tell that you are wearing dentures.
You will never need dental adhesive again, and you will never have to worry about your dentures slipping while you are talking or chewing.
How Much Are All-on-4 Dental Implants?
Your All-on-4 implant price depends on several factors, including the number of extractions that you will need, the type of anesthesia that you would prefer, and more. Contact our office to arrange a consultation and learn more about the associated costs.
What Is a Single Implant?
A single implant replaces one missing tooth with a post topped by a crown. A single implant is ideal for someone with healthy teeth who lost a tooth in an accident or to other damage.
What Do Dental Implants Cost?
Your dental implant cost depends on the crown and post material, plus whether you have dental insurance or a dental discount plan that may lower your cost. Call our office to find out if we accept your dental insurance or dental plan.
What Is an Implant-Supported Bridge?
An implant-supported bridge is similar to a traditional bridge, except implants support the bridge as opposed to adjacent teeth. Unlike a traditional bridge, an implant-supported bridge will help prevent bone loss where several teeth are missing. Additionally, there is no need to compromise teeth by filing them down to hold a crown.
How Much Do Implant-Supported Bridges Cost?
The health of your jawbone, the type of crown chosen, and other factors determine the price for an implant-supported bridge. If you are considering an implant-supported bridge to replace two or more missing teeth, call our office to schedule a consultation.
What Is an Implant-Supported Denture?
Implant supported dentures, or overdentures, are removable dentures that sit on top of implants. The implants have special attachments so you can snap the denture on and off. With an overdenture, you can enjoy more of your favorite foods because the implants keep the denture from pressing too hard on your gum.
When you are missing teeth, you are probably worried about the appearance of your smile; however, missing teeth that you do not replace affect your facial structure as well. Without the stimulation from tooth roots, the jawbone will eventually recede, aging you as your face appears sunken. Since implant-supported dentures integrate with your jawbone, they can halt bone recession and provide you with a full set of natural-looking teeth.
How Much Do Implant-Supported Dentures Cost?
Implant overdenture prices depend on whether you need any extractions or other preliminary work and whether you choose an implant-supported denture for just the bottom jaw or both the upper and lower jaw.
What Parts of the Mouth Do Periodontists Treat?
A periodontist’ s specialty is diagnosing and treating gums and the underlying support for teeth. Additionally, periodontists will place and maintain dental implants, including periodically replacing the abutment for implant-supported bridges. If you are looking for a local periodontist, contact us to schedule an appointment.