Restore Your Whole Smile
Doing an all on four or basically multiple implants to support a dental bridge or some sort of dental prosthetic is an extremely powerful, probably the most powerful, improvement treatment that I think we offer in the office as far as the impact it has on patients. So, essentially it allows us, allows me as the surgeon, to place implants for a patient at the beginning of a surgery, and then to deliver their teeth that same appointment. Typically it’s not going to be their final, final prosthesis or bridge that we put in. It’s usually more of a temporary material, but it allows us to connect those teeth to the implants the same day and that, especially patients that have been struggling and been frustrated and depressed with, usually at that point several, several years, if not a lifetime of challenges with their teeth, it’s pretty amazing experience to be able to give somebody essentially a full set of new white, healthy teeth that are completely attached to implants. And it really just opens up, in a completely new paradigm, a new horizon for patients that are looking to have truly comprehensive dentistry done efficiently that in the past, and I know at other offices, is a multistep process involving a lot of providers and a lot of time just becomes a daunting task to try and navigate. So, for us to be able to opt for that in our office for patients on a regular basis is, I think, something that really sets us apart.