All-On-4® Dental Implants
Am I a Good Candidate for All-on-4® Dental Implants?
A current denture wearer or a person who has lost many or even all of their top or bottom teeth is a good candidate for All-on-4® dental implants. Additionally, you should be healthy; age isn’t a factor. If you would like a permanent denture that looks and feels natural, call our office today to schedule your All-on-4® consultation today.
What’s the Price for All-on-4 Dental Implants?
The material used for your artificial teeth and any additional procedures needed drives the cost of your All-on-4 dental implants. Come in for a consultation, see samples of the materials, and learn your cost for the permanent restoration when you make a decision. Porcelain is the most life-like and usually the most expensive; however, you will have the teeth for decades at least, so choose a material for your teeth that makes you happy.
Why Should I Consider a Single Dental Implant?
Dental implants are a permanent, practical restoration for missing teeth. A single implant can be used to replace one missing tooth. The implant is placed into the jaw, allowed to heal and then covered with an abutment and a crown, creating a natural-looking appearance.
Can You Quote a Price for Dental Implants Over the Phone?
Be wary of anyone who can give you a quote for dental implants without seeing you in person. The cost may include just the implant, not the crown or any ancillary procedures, such as bone grafting, that you may need. Contact our office to schedule an appointment; you will receive an accurate dental implant estimate after an examination.
What Is an Implant-Supported Bridge?
An implant-supported bridge is like a traditional bridge, it bridges a gap left by one, two or three missing teeth in a row. Unlike a traditional bridge, an implant-supported bridge can support more crowns because implants provide the support, not the adjacent teeth.
Is an Implant-Supported Bridge a Good Value?
Compared to a traditional bridge, an implant bridge is a good value because it can last far longer. Your exact price for an implant-supported bridge depends on what materials you select, the condition of your oral health, and other factors. Come in for a consultation and we will provide you with more information about the anticipated cost from our implant specialist.
Are Implant-Supported Dentures Stable?
If you wear dentures, you’ve probably experienced loose, slipping dentures at least once during a professional or social interaction. If you would have had implant-supported dentures, they would not have shifted or slipped.
Does Dental Insurance Cover Implant-Supported Dentures?
Most dental insurance will only cover traditional dentures; your dental insurance provider may give you an allowance toward an implant-supported denture equal to the cost of what they would pay toward a traditional denture. If you do not have dental insurance, or they will not pay anything toward an implant-supported denture, you must decide if a stable, comfortable denture is worth the extra cost. Many of our patients feel the extra cost was worth it, considering the numerous other benefits as well.
Do Periodontists Place Implants?
Yes, periodontists specialize in implant placement, along with treating gum disease. If you are considering an implant-supported bridge