The cost of All-On-Four implant treatment in Fremont, CA
Patients who are considering dental implants often have several decisions to make. First, the patient must decide if implants are the best tooth replacement option. Next, they must decide between several different implant methods. Many who are researching implants are pleased to learn about the advantages of the All-On-Four implant technique.
With All-On-Four, many patients who would not otherwise be a candidate for implants due to bone loss can benefit from implants. With this treatment approach, implants are combined with a prosthetic device that not only gives patients a confident smile, but also a stable and dependable tooth replacement option. With All-on-Four, the implants are placed at the outer edge of the arch of the jaw and then a denture-like device is attached with very small screws.
There are many benefits to this approach of dental implants, including:
- All-On-Four implants and prosthetic device offers patients greater stability than traditional dentures
- The implants and prosthetic device can be inserted on the same day, so that patients don’t have to wait for the replacement teeth to be created in a dental lab.
- The All-On-Four implants will help the jawbone remain strong as its stimulated by the implants
- There is little recovery time and the treatment has a great rate of success.
While the benefits of All-On-Four are hard to argue, many patients ask about the associated costs with the procedure. At the Center for Implant Dentistry, our doctors work with each individual patient to determine the best treatment approach taking into account the health of their teeth and mouth, their lifestyle, and their budget. All-On-Four is often a great solutions as it involves only four implants and a prosthetic device instead of a mouthful of implants. It’s also important to consider the longevity and success rate of the treatment when considering cost and your options. The All-On-Four approach has a very high success rate meaning that follow up appointments and treatments won’t be necessary.
For more information about any of the implant options, call the Center for Implant Dentistry today. Our team will work with you to answer any questions and address any concerns you have and, together, we will determine the right approach for replacing your missing teeth.