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All-On-4® Dental Implants

Immediate teeth replacement, hand crafted and expertly fitted in under 2 days.

All-On-4® implant treatment offers a solution for patients who need most or all of their remaining teeth in one or both arches replaced, leaving you with beautiful, functional and long-lasting teeth. Unlike traditional full-arch implants that require three to six months’ healing time, All-On-4® treatment can be completed in 1-2 days, offering patients an almost immediate restoration. 

If you have difficulty chewing food, have ill-fitting dentures, have broken teeth or are anxious about your smile, All-On-4® implants may be the treatment for you.

How does it work?

All-On-4® dental implants work by permanently attaching a full set of artificial teeth to either one or both jawbones during a surgical procedure. Firstly implants – which are small titanium screws – are placed in the jaw. These fuse with your jawbone to create a stable, artificial tooth root to which the prosthesis – your new set of artificial teeth – is permanently screwed.

It’s also preferable to place six implants rather than four (as done with traditional fixed dentures), because this increases the likelihood of the screws successfully integrating with the bone. The angulation and depth of implant placement are also a critical factor in allowing the implants to be loaded within three days, as well as in the overall long-term success of the implants.

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What are the benefits of All-On-4® Dental Implants?

Teeth restoration in under 2 days

You can get an entire set of hand crafted porcelain upper or lower teeth in less than 2 days of your surgery, offering patients an almost immediate restoration.

Permanent Fixtures Offering Exceptional Durability

The four titanium anchor points allow the implants to permanently secure to your mouth. This means they will not loosen or shift as with traditional dentures.

Less implants & Less Recovery

Since there are only 4 anchor points as opposed to an individual anchor throughout the mouth, there is less recovery time and pain associated with the procedure.

More Cost Effective Option

In most cases, All-On-4® dental implants are a cheaper alternative than replacing each tooth individually.

What does the procedure involve?

Provided you are a suitable candidate, as determined by a thorough medical and dental assessment, the All- On-4® procedure is a routine one. First, the dental implants are put in place, and the surgeon prepares your jawbone and places your implants, then one of our prosthodontists takes impressions of the implants to begin construction of your fixed bridge(s).

The day after surgery, our prosthodontist and dental prosthetist will check the fit and initial setup of the new teeth on the fixed bridge. Any further adjustments are made, and then you are ready to enjoy your brand new smile!

There is no pain during surgery as it is performed under general anaesthetic. After surgery you may feel slight discomfort in the area, or have swelling (which can vary from patient to patient), but this typically goes away within a few days of surgery.

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Up to 24 months no deposit interest free payment plans available

Core Dental offers up to 24 months no deposit, interest free payment plans for all your general, cosmetic and specialist dental treatment.

Our payment plans allows patients to pay off their treatment in easy fortnightly instalments, with a low establishment fee and a simple application process.

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Calculations are based on repayments with Humm. At the time you make a purchase which is, or is to be, financed under this contract, you must pay us an initial payment (“first instalment”) inclusive of a $70 Establishment Fee (for 6, 12, 18 and 24 month plans only) and a Plan Management Fee of $8 for the instalment onto your nominated credit/debit card on which you set up your plan. A Plan Management Fee of $8 per month is applicable for for all treatment plans excluding 2.5 month plans (this is paid only once, regardless of how many concurrent contracts you have with Humm). Plan management fee is in addition to the fortnightly instalments. This does not warrant that the payment plan fees indicated in this calculator will be correct as at the day of your treatment and payment plan set up. Available to approved patients for all general, cosmetic and specialist dental care including orthodontics.

Frequently Asked Questions

Full-arch implant dentures have various benefits over traditional dentures, including improved ability to eat, better taste and sense of texture of food as the palate is exposed, greater comfort, improved speech and, ultimately, a more aesthetically pleasing look.

Most patients we see at Core Dental are suitable for All-On-4® dental implants. Before starting treatment, you will undergo a full dental and medical assessment by one of our clinicians to evaluate your suitability.

Even if you have previously been deemed unsuitable for dental implants due to insufficient bone, you may now be able to undergo All-On-4® treatment. A three-dimensional scan will first determine the quality and volume of your jawbone. Where bone support is inadequate, additional options are now available through bone grafting and zygomatic implants.

All-On-4® dental implants has a very high success rate. Traditionally, dental implants and single implant-supported dentures require three to six months’ healing time before the prosthesis can be attached to achieve oral function. By contrast, Core Dental All-On-4® procedure allows this to occur almost immediately, without jeopardising the success rates of the implants.

Some of the benefits of All-On-4® treatment include: fully fixed functional teeth, long-lasting restoration, healthy-looking gums, improved appearance, easy maintenance, and the one that most patients appreciate: that they look, feel and function like real teeth.

When you come in for your consultation, your specialist will discuss the cost of your individual treatment plan with you.

Various factors influence the costs involved with All-On-4® dental implants. As with any dental procedure, the costs can vary with the different complexity levels for different patients. Because part of this procedure takes place in a hospital, there will be some hospital fees, but these will be included in your initial quote, and some Medicare rebates will apply.

There are several materials used in the construction of the All-On-4® prosthesis. All of these will be discussed with you in your consultation, and ultimately the choice is yours.

Fixed Prosthetic Bridge

The structural part of your prosthesis to which the teeth are attached is known as the bridge. This may be constructed of acrylic alone or acrylic reinforced with titanium. Acrylic allows for rapid fabrication, while reinforced titanium adds considerable strength and ease of long-term maintenance. A gold alloy framework is necessary for patients who select porcelain teeth; this is because a stronger framework is required to support the heavier material.

Crowns (Teeth)

The teeth that will be attached to your structural bridge can be made from either acrylic or porcelain. The majority of our patients choose acrylic teeth as the result is a strong and durable dentition. Some may, however, opt for porcelain, the strongest and most cosmetically pleasing of available crowns.

There is no pain during surgery as it is performed under general anaesthetic. After surgery you may feel slight discomfort in the area, or have swelling (which can vary from patient to patient), but this typically goes away within a few days of surgery.

Some ongoing maintenance is necessary for your All-On-4® dental implants. For example, a dental hygienist will need to remove the bridge and clean your implants twice a year. Some patients require a realignment of the prosthetic bridge every five to seven years as tissues and bone change. If ceramic crowns were chosen, the porcelain is likely to need repair or replacement over time.

Like natural teeth, it is important that you maintain good oral hygiene. You need to continue to brush twice a day and floss once a day. You should also attend regular dental check-ups. This will enable your dentist to examine the health of your teeth and gums; and, if any dental problems arise, these can be detected early and treated without delay.

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