All-on-4 Dental Implants IN SEYMOUR, IN & LOUISVILLE, KY
All-on-4 is an excellent choice for patients looking for a permanent solution for their tooth loss to improve their oral health, appearance, and quality of life. All-on-4 is just four implants that are used to secure a complete denture. This choice is preferred by many because it is more stable and comfortable than wearing dentures.
Cost of All-on-4 Dental Implant Treatment
The cost of All-on-4 dental implants varies depending on your oral health. Permanent fixed full-arch dental implants are more expensive than dentures or other tooth replacement options. But because they are stable and long-lasting, you may save money over time. In addition, all-on-4 dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care, meaning no replacements are needed.
The average cost is around $20,000 per arch for All-on-4 implants. Your insurance may cover a portion of the procedure. We also offer flexible financing options with affordable monthly payments to make the treatment more affordable.
If you are interested in learning how to get replacement teeth that look like your natural teeth and are a better option than conventional loose dentures, please call Strull Oral Surgery to schedule a consultation. Our team of dedicated professionals and dental experts would be happy to answer any of your questions!
What are all-on-4 dental implants?
All-on-4 dental restorations are a permanent solution for missing teeth. They involve installing just four dental implants in the jawbone using a small titanium screw. These posterior implants can support a complete set of dentures.
All-on-4 vs. Traditional Restorations
The most significant differentiating factor is whether or not the patient has enough jawbone to support a complete set of dentures and how many implants are needed.
Traditional dental implants involve installing two or more implants in the jawbone, which can support a complete set of dentures. Classic restorations are better for patients with enough jawbone tissue to support the implants.
All-on-4 is a better choice for people who do not have enough jawbone tissue to support traditional implants or need to have all their teeth replaced quickly.
Benefits of an All-on-4 Dental Implant
There are many benefits of using only four implants, including:
- The new teeth are more stable and comfortable than traditional dentures
- A permanent solution for replacing lost teeth compared to other conventional denture and implant options
- Your new teeth will look and feel similar to the patient’s natural permanent teeth
If you have any other questions about All-on-4 dental implants, please call our office today! We would be happy to answer any of your questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is a good candidate for All-on-4?
Almost anyone missing all or most of their teeth can be a candidate for an All-on-4 dental implant. However, it is essential to have enough jawbone tissue to support the implants. In addition, patients with a history of smoking or alcoholism may not be good candidates for this implant option.
Is bone grafting of the jaw bone necessary?
In some cases, bone grafting may be necessary to increase the amount of jawbone tissue available to support the dental implant. However, this is not always necessary.
How long do all-on-4 implants last?
All-on-4 restorations can last a lifetime with proper care. This means following your doctor’s post-operative instructions and keeping up with regular dental checkups and cleanings, and appropriate dental care at home.
Do All-on-4 dental implants require special care?
No, All-on-4 dental implants do not require any special care. However, as previously stated, it is essential to keep up with regular dental checkups and cleanings and proper dental care.
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If you have any other questions about All-on-4 or different types of restorative dental options, please call our office today! You can also contact us through our website and schedule an appointment that works for your schedule. We are pleased to announce that we have an oral surgeon office in Louisville, KY, as well as Seymour, IN. Our offices have convenient hours and are readily available to serve you.