All-On-4 Dental Implants Staten Island

A New Smile in Record Time

For patients who are missing an entire row of teeth or even both rows, All-On-4 dental implants in Staten Island can bring them back in just one appointment. Combining his oral surgery expertise with an efficient and proven technique, Dr. G has already helped countless patients get the care they need while dramatically shortening the timeline compared to other practices, all without compromising on quality in the slightest.

How Do All-On-4 Dental Implants Work?

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What makes All-On-4 special is that it involves using just four dental implants to bring back a full arch of teeth. Not only that, but the implants and denture are placed during the same visit. This means that patients get their teeth immediately and can start enjoying the health and cosmetic benefits without delay. It offers the quickest way to reverse advanced tooth loss while still delivering a long-term solution.

Am I a Candidate for All-On-4 Dental Implants?

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The ideal All-On-4 patient has enough jawbone to support their new teeth, and their mouth should be free of infection as well. As with all of the procedures we perform, someone’s general health must be strong enough for them to undergo oral surgery. Dr. G will discuss these factors at your consultation, and if any work needs to be done before All-On-4 can be completed, he’ll make sure this is all completed in a way that works for you.  

Benefits of All-On-4 Dental Implants

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The biggest advantage of All-On-4 dental implants is also the most obvious—a patient is able to recover one or two rows of teeth in a single appointment. This makes the treatment less complicated compared to a regular implant denture and increases the chance a person will actually see it through to the end.

Also, All-On-4 requires less bone than regular implants to remain sturdy, meaning many patients no longer have to get a bone graft, giving many people access to implant dentistry that otherwise wouldn’t be able to.

All-On-4 vs. Traditional Dental Implants

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While All-On-4 and traditional dental implants have a lot in common, it’s the differences that make this kind of procedure possible. The titanium posts that will serve as the new tooth roots are longer with All-On-4, plus they are placed in a certain way to maximize their strength. Two are positioned at an angle toward the back of the jaw, and the other two are put at the front near the center. The bone is naturally thicker here, which is why All-On-4 isn’t as dependent on bone grafting as other implant procedures.