All on 4 is a Set of Permanent Teeth Connected to 4 Implants
Are you ready to trade in your false teeth for teeth that stay in your mouth? How does throwing away the denture glue and getting teeth permanently installed into you mouth sound? This can be accomplished with as few as 4 implants per jaw and usually only one easy surgery.
All on 4 dental implants is a permanent solution for replacing a complete upper or lower set of natural or false teeth. All on 4 is four to six implants per jaw to permanently replace a complete set of teeth. A full one-piece set of teeth is secured permanently to the group of implants.
There are Many Full Mouth Implant Techniques to Consider
Educate yourself about the different kinds of teeth that are used for All on 4 implants. Some are made with gorgeous zirconia and other teeth are made out of acrylic plastic just like dentures. There is a big difference. Make sure you know what you are paying for and if you don’t know, you are getting plastic because it is a lot less expensive to manufacture. The odds are if it is made by an in house lab at a chain dental office, you are getting plastic. The teeth are made by specialty labs. Anything “same-day” or manufactured by an in-house lab is acrylic plastic.
Snap-On Dentures is also a great less expensive Full Mouth Implant Option. But they do come in and out of the mouth.
Meet Dr. Gary Adams
Dr. Adams is a full service implant center in Burtonsville near Silver Spring and Columbia Maryland. We offer the proven conventional implant dentistry with a holistic approach including PRP and PRF healing and bone grafting techniques. Our holistic dental implant treatments prevent infection, decrease healing time, pain and swelling. We also a full range of sedation options including getting put to sleep.
“I am Dr. Gary Adams. I will see your case through from beginning to end. You will not need to see another dentist. I have been replacing teeth permanently with teeth implants for over 15 years. I run the Maryland Holistic Dental implant center. I offer full mouth implants and sedative dentistry. Many people lose teeth from decay, root canal failures and TMJ. “No one should accept tooth loss. My job is to not only repair and replace your teeth but also to prevent future tooth loss by diagnosing and correcting the cause…”
Can all the teeth be replaced in a day?
Yes, we remove all the bad old teeth and you get a set of new teeth the same day. Often, marketing on the internet and TV commercials by Clear Choice implants can be confusing if not misleading. Call for a no cost consultation with Dr. Adams. Dr. Adams will review your case and compare our plan to Clear Choice cost and plan. Read the blog post about Why All on 4 should not be finished in one day.
Dr. Adams vs Clear Choice Implants:
- We are not a national chain like Clear Choice.
- Dr. Adams will complete your entire case including the implants, the teeth on top and any necessary sedation dentistry.
- Dr. Adams helps you understand all the different options and takes a complete interest in your care, comfort and satisfaction. Dr Adams is not going to offer you a one-size-fits-all solution like McDonalds tries to sell everyone a hamburger.
Zirconia vs Acrylic Complete Implant Teeth
There are many different teeth options used for All on 4 teeth. Some are made of plastic and feel thick like dentures (hybrid dentures) and others are smooth, thin, and made of porcelain and zirconia. Read this about how not all “All on 4 implant” cases are created equal. Understand what teeth you are getting. If you don’t know, you are getting plastic because the zirconia teeth (Bruxzir and Prettau) are a lot more expensive. If the dentist is using an in house lab, you are getting plastic/acrylic. New all zirconia-porcelain teeth are made by multimillion dollar teeth milling units and are unaffordable by dentist offices.
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Benefits of All on 4 Permanent Bridges:
- Less healing time than other full mouth permanent implant options such as a full mouth of individual implants and bridges.
- Less expensive than a full mouth of individual implants
- Is fixed/permanent and not removable like snap-on dentures
- Fewer Implants and less expensive than other full mouth implant options
- Less PRF and bone grafting and oral surgery than many other implant options
- requires less bone to be present for permanent implant teeth.
- All on four is the best option for people looking to upgrade from traditional dentures to permanent implants.
- Faster healing and recovery time than other full implant options due to less surgery.
- Prevents bone loss and facial tissue loss as compared to dentures
- Provides permanent tooth replacement that functions similarly to natural teeth. No more denture glue. Eating corn, apples and ribs is no longer a problem.
- All on 4 permanent implant bridges never get cavities, decay, need root canals.
How are All on 4 Reviews?
Implants have many benefits, but All on 4 dental implant problems do exist. The outcome for people getting complete implants, really depends on setting an appropriate expectation and the skill of the implant specialist and the dentist and lab doing the case. Clear Choice dental implants has made all on four very popular. The biggest advantage for our practice vs Clear Choice is Dr. Adams will complete your entire case from start to finish. With one implant expert doing your case there is less opportunity for miscommunication or transitional mistakes.
How do All on Four Implants Work?
The process of receiving All on four involves evaluation, treatment and healing. Dr Adams will start by providing a no cost consultation to learn about your expectations and needs. We will then perform a complete evaluation including a 3D xray or CBCT scan of the structure of your jaws. The next step involves placing four to six dental implants for the best possible results. Proper placement of these implants is crucial. Unlike other options, All on 4 can work in areas where bone loss has occurred, making it a more ideal option for those who have suffered from ill-fitting dentures. All on four is ideal for patients who cannot tolerate removable dentures and need permanent implant dentures or implant bridges that stay in the mouth.
Once the implants are placed, a custom-crafted, beautiful full set of implant bridges are secured using the four to six implants as support. All on 4 permanent implants cannot be removed by the patient and rarely if ever need to be removed. This means you can eat and sleep with your new teeth, just as you would with natural teeth. There will be no need for denture soaking or glue.
All on 4 implants cost? How much is All on 4?
How much is All on 4 cost? Basically, the all on four dentist needs to remove all the remaining teeth, perform gum clean-up/smoothing called “alveloplasty”, do some bone grafting, place several dental implants, make same day teeth. The teeth are made of acrylic or zirconia. The Zirconia teeth are thinner, look and feel more natural and are far more durable. The Zirconia teeth also do not have any metal. The Zirconia teeth called Bruxzir or Prettau are more expensive than hybrid dentures.
All in 4 Price? Start to finish, zirconia teeth cost $45-55K for the entire mouth. A complete upper or lower set of implant teeth costs $25-35K. We placed up to 6 implants per arch and deliver a beautiful set of zirconia implant teeth. Clear Choice all on four usually only includes 4 implants and charges extra for bone grafting, additional implants and zirconia vs acrylic hybrid denture teeth. Clear Choice sometimes uses plastic teeth. We do not use any generic or knock-off implants. In almost all cases we use zirconia implant teeth which are thin, beautiful and contain no metal or plastic.
All on four teeth reviews:
All on four reviews are generally very good. Especially for a complete set of zirconia teeth . Zirconia implant bridges are very thin, smooth and far more durable than acrylic. Zirconia full mouth teeth are also called Bruxir and Prettau. Hybridge is another name for plastic or acrylic complete implant dentures. It is very important to understand the differences between the kind of teeth on top of your implants. Do your research and know what you are paying for.