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A Solution for Missing Teeth


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What is All-on-4 Dentistry?

All-on-4 dentistry is a minimally invasive dental procedure that can replace missing teeth with a fixed, permanent bridge. The procedure involves placing four dental implants in the jawbone, which then support a new set of teeth.

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Who is a Good Candidate for All-on-4 Dentistry?

All-on-4 dentistry is a good option for people who have lost all of their teeth in one arch (upper or lower). The procedure is also a good option for people who have poor bone density in their jawbone.

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How is All-on-4 Dentistry Performed?

The All-on-4 procedure typically takes two appointments to complete. In the first appointment, the dentist will place the four implants in the jawbone. In the second appointment, the dentist will attach the new set of teeth to the implants.

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What are the Benefits of All-on-4 Dentistry?

There are many benefits to All-on-4 dentistry, including:

  • Fixed, permanent teeth that look and feel natural
  • Increased chewing ability
  • Improved self-confidence and social interactions
  • Reduced risk of gum disease
  • Shorter treatment time and recovery period
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What are the Risks of All-on-4 Dentistry?

Like any surgery, there are some risks associated with All-on-4 dentistry. These risks include:

  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Pain
  • Nerve damage
  • Fractured implants
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What is the Cost of All-on-4 Dentistry?

The cost of All-on-4 dentistry varies depending on the dentist, the location, and the materials used. In general, All-on-4 dentistry is more expensive than other dental implant procedures.

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Is All-on-4 Dentistry Covered by Insurance?

Some dental insurance plans may cover All-on-4 dentistry, but it is important to check with your insurance company to see if your plan is eligible.

If you are considering All-on-4 dentistry, it is important to talk to your dentist about the risks and benefits of the procedure. Your dentist can help you decide if All-on-4 dentistry is right for you.