Full Arch ReplacementDental Implant, 3D model

Full Arch Replacements (also referred to as All-on-4 or All-on-x replacement), can be the ideal permanent tooth replacement option when you are missing several teeth or no longer have any natural teeth. While traditional dental implant surgery requires up to 10 implants to hold your new teeth in place, you only need a total of four implants per jaw with All-on-4. During All-on-X oral surgery, Dr. Matt places the implants in bulky areas of your j bone. Your dentist chooses the strongest bone that can resist atrophy the best and then angles the implants in a precise manner for the placement of your new artificial teeth.

All-on-X Benefits

The All-on-X dental implant procedure stands out as a rapid and effective alternative to the traditional dental implant method that often involves multiple surgeries and a lengthy recovery period. Although dental implants remain a popular choice due to their realistic appearance and sturdiness, All-on-X has its own distinct advantages. These include:

  • One-time surgery: Your dentist can install the artificial roots and replacement teeth all in a single session, eliminating the wait between appointments for healing and osseointegration, which is the fusion of the new tooth roots with the jawbone.
  • Reduced need for bone grafting: By strategically placing the implants in the densest areas of the jaw, the likelihood of needing a bone graft, which involves transferring bone fragments from one area to another, is low. This is a common requirement in traditional dental implant surgery and can extend the treatment duration.
  • Short recovery time: All-on-4 dental implants have an expected recovery time of approximately one week, during which soft foods and over-the-counter pain relief may be necessary. Your dental team will advise you on your diet and pain management before you leave the office on the day of the procedure.
  • Cost-savings: By avoiding multiple surgeries and follow-up appointments, you can potentially save substantial costs compared to the conventional implant procedure.

Ultimately, your choice of tooth replacement option should consider your personal goals, needs, and budget, and insurance coverage should also be evaluated. If you’re interested in learning more, book a consultation with Dr. Matt to determine if All-on-X is the best option for you.

Please dial our direct line for implant dentistry: (707) 460-7793. 

Insurance & payment methods

We accept most dental insurance plans. We pre-authorize any treatment so you will be aware of the estimated amount your insurance will cover prior to any treatment. We also offer a financial consultation where all financing, insurance, and other payment options are discussed. 

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