What are All-On-4 Dental Implants?
Everything you need to know about full arch restoration.
What Is a Dental Implant
Dental implants are prosthetic tooth roots that are attached to the jawbone permanently. When the implant is placed in the jawbone, the jawbone fuses with the metal, a process known as osseointegration. This forms a strong connection comparable to that of a natural tooth root. They are sturdy, permanent, and look and feel just like natural teeth.
This is the new replacement tooth that is visible when you smile. Our dental implant doctors and lab technicians use expert workmanship to make these out of porcelain or zirconia. Your crown will be custom-made to match the color, size, and shape of your natural teeth.
The abutment is not visible in your mouth, but it serves as a connecting component that connects your new tooth to the titanium implant.
An implant is a screw-like post that provides a secure foundation for your new tooth. The implant is inserted into the jaw bone.
Which Type of Implant Do You Need?
Types of Dental Implant Procedures
Doctors at EON Clinics use only the finest implants made of medical-grade titanium. Your jawbone fuses with this metal (a process known as “osseointegration”), ensuring that the implant will last forever. Dental implants allow patients to eat anything they want, provide them with the security of a permanent solution, and give them the confidence to smile.
Full Mouth Dental Implants
Our skilled oral surgeon inserts 4-6 titanium implants into the upper and/or lower jaw bone and secures a full arch of teeth that looks and feels perfectly natural. The arch attaches to the implants, so you get a full set of teeth on the top or bottom.
Used if a person is missing more than one neighboring tooth but has healthy teeth and gums around the missing teeth. While the healthy teeth next to it are kept in place, two or three implants are put into the jaw bone to hold a bridge with multiple crowns.
Single Tooth Implants
A single-tooth implant is a good option for a patient who is missing one tooth due to an accident or periodontal disease. A single titanium dental implant holds the crown (artificial tooth) in place. Your new tooth will be created to look exactly like your original teeth.
“You feel like family when you come here. They put me at ease, and the day of the surgery was wonderful. I felt confident, and I don’t have to worry about teeth issues. EON Clinics is supreme!”
Carolyn L., 2021 EON Clinics Patient
Making the Easy Decision
Top 5 Reasons Patients Choose EON Clinics Dental Implants
With a fully digital workflow, patients get an exact replica of their mouths. Doctors then use this scan to create a fully custom, perfectly fitting dental implant solution. This saves time and money without sacrificing quality. EON Clinics offers a 5-year quality pledge on dental implants.
Dental Implant Specialists
Our specialized oral surgeons are trained in implants and that is all they do. Our doctors have 13 years of experience doing 1000s of surgeries. They are trained MDs who know IV sedation, and our own prosthodontists design and create your final prosthetic smile.
Everything is done in-house, with all of our labs on-site. Our facilities are immaculate and we have 5 locations to take care of you for the lifetime of your implants. These locations come with state-of-the-art implant technology.
Everything is done under one roof, with no hidden fees or costs. The consultation is free and we offer multiple payment options for you to choose from–some including 0% interest if paid in a certain period of time.
Our 5-step process starts with a free consultation. We then gather records and start the process. Our lab techs give you custom 3D-printed teeth the same day as your procedure. After 1-3 months of healing (varies by patient), we place your permanent teeth.
Are You Ready to Get Started?
Are you ready to find out for yourself if dental implants are right for you? Schedule a free consultation now and receive a free 3D CT scan. You’ll meet with an EON doctor to discuss your treatment choices as well as the cost and payment alternatives available to you.