All-on-4 Dental Implant Procedure

Preoperative Procedures

Examination: The first step is an oral examination to discuss treatment options and to determine the best solution that suits your individual needs.

Diagnostics: Radiographs and i-CAT® scans are taken to determine final position of the implants. Pretreatment photographs and cast models are also prepared.

Work-up: Diagnostic data is used to plan the optimal position of the final teeth for aesthetics, function and speech. A special guide is also produced at this stage.

Your New Smile

Implants – Day 1: The jaw is prepared to receive the implants and the implants are strategically placed according to the surgical guide. Impressions are taken of the implants.

Try-in – Day 2: Teeth are set in wax and are tried in your mouth within 24-48 hrs following surgery. Adjustments of tooth position and colour can be made at this stage.

New Teeth – Day 3: Your permanent new fully fixed replacement teeth are inserted on day 3 in most cases.

All information provided in any form by our staff and representatives, or displayed in our advertisements, including (without limitation) references to procedures, results of treatment, timing of treatment and estimates of costs, is non-specific and always subject to a comprehensive oral examination by a dentist, a diagnostic work-up, radiographic examination, and assessment by a medical practitioner or specialist, as may be required, and at an associated cost and timeframe. Treatment possibilities will vary from patient to patient.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risk. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.