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A diagram of All-On-4 dental implants in Lansdale It’s alarming how many basic tasks become extremely difficult when you have no teeth to rely on. Whether you’re creating your meal plan for the week or smiling for a photo, you shouldn’t have to struggle or hide your expression just because of tooth loss. The dentists at Brookwood Dental Associates are not only prepared to place your dental implants, but make sure that you’re fully satisfied with your treatment and informed on the process. With All-On-4, you can even achieve a brand-new smile in just one day. To schedule your first consultation, give us a call!

Why Choose Brookwood Dental Associates for All-On-4 Dental Implants?

An older couple smiling and hugging outsideHow Do All-On-4 Dental Implants Work?

This treatment works to replace missing teeth via titanium implant posts, but it also supports an entire arch while doing so. Once we have determined that treatment is right for you, we’ll schedule you for surgery and place a series of implants strategically throughout your jaw. This works to maximize bone volume and allows us to attach the prosthetic the same day that the implants are placed. Following this phase of treatment, we’ll discuss aftercare tips you should know to keep your mouth healthy as it heals. This healing phase of treatment is essential to ensuring longevity of your tooth replacement.

A diagram of an All-On-4 dental implant dentureAm I a Candidate for All-On-4 Dental Implants?

Many people are eligible for dental implants and don’t even realize it until a dentist tells them. This is often the case even if you have been suffering with tooth loss for many years and also typical for older patients who may have been using a traditional denture previously. During your consultation, we examine your current oral health and bone volume to confirm if your jaw can handle All-On-4 treatment. If you meet these requirements as well as have many missing teeth, you will more than likely be eligible to begin treatment with us.

An older couple preparing dinner in a kitchenBenefits of All-On-4 Dental Implants

All-On-4 dental implants offer the most comprehensive tooth replacement possible in dentistry. Not only are you able to completely restore your smile, but you can prevent your jaw bone from breaking down and resorbing back into your body. Once the implants integrate with your bone tissue, you can expect a much stronger biting force and your jaw to remain it’s natural shape. This means you’re not only restoring your missing teeth, but your facial appearance and ability to eat the foods you love as well. No longer are you forced to deal with a denture that shifts and slides out of place when chewing and speaking.

All-On-4 Dental Implants vs. Traditional Dental Implants

When you receive individual dental implants, a large period of time needs to pass before a permanent restoration can be placed. This is because the osseointegration process is still ongoing and placing a crown or bridge too early could negatively influence the healing phase of treatment. Unfortunately, healing can also take anywhere between four and six months. Not only are you able to get a restoration much sooner with All-On-4, but you are actually being more cost-effective by not replacing teeth individually, like how you would traditional dental implants.

All-on-4 FAQs

All-on-4 is a remarkable tooth replacement treatment. Before you schedule your consultation for dental implants in Lansdale, however, you may want to learn more about the journey ahead of you. That is why we have compiled the following brief list of frequently asked questions. If you would like further information on anything you read here, or you do not see your specific question addressed, you are more than welcome to contact us directly.

How Much Does All-on-4 Cost?

All-on-4 is more streamlined than traditional implant procedures, so it tends to cost less. However, you can still expect to pay more than you would for any type of non-implant tooth replacement. Our team will give you an estimate for the cost of All-on-4 in Lansdale when you visit us for your consultation. We will also be happy to help you explore payment options, including insurance and low-interest financing through CareCredit.

Are There Any Food Restrictions with All-on-4?

After you recover fully from your implant placement surgery, you will be able to enjoy virtually any food. However, you should continue to limit foods that would not be good for your natural teeth, such as anything that is extremely hard or anything with a high sugar content.

While you are in the process of healing from your surgery, you should eat a soft diet. Your dentist will provide you with details on how you should eat in order to facilitate a smooth, comfortable recovery.

Is an All-on-4 Denture Removable?

All-on-4 prosthetic teeth are permanently fixed to the dental implants that support them. This convenient feature allows you to treat your new smile almost as if you still had your natural teeth. The only time your denture will be removed is when you visit us for cleanings and checkups. At these appointments, we will inspect your prosthetic, clean the area around your dental implants, and perform other maintenance as necessary to keep your smile functional and fresh.

Will People Be Able to Tell that I Have Artificial Teeth?

We carefully design implant-supported teeth so that their size, shape, and color is a perfect complement for a patient’s facial features. The materials used to create the prosthetics bear a strong resemblance to natural tooth enamel. It is unlikely that anyone will know that your teeth are artificial — unless, of course, you want to brag about how much you love your restored smile.

Does Getting All-on-4 Hurt?

We take measures to ensure that our patients are comfortable during their implant placement surgery. Afterward, some soreness is normal. You can keep discomfort to a minimum by taking painkillers as advised, avoiding foods that would irritate your incision sites, and taking adequate time to rest.

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