All-on-4 works in a dynamic way for precise implant placement, excellent support of chewing function, and security you just don’t get with dental bridges, prosthesis or dentures.
With the All-on-4 system, Dr. Cohen places four Nobel, pure titanium dental implants on your upper or lower ridge. The Nobel, titanium dental implants are biocompatible and offer a low risk of failure. These dental implants act as the roots of your teeth. Overtime, the bones in your mouth adhere to the titanium implants creating a strong foundational base.
Once your dental implants are in, Dr. Cohen or your dentist, can snap a prosthesis or denture into place. All-on-4 restores most of your chewing function. And, with All-on-4 you never have to worry about slippage.
There is an established All-on-4 process set in motion once you decide to move forward. The process is designed for a precise and comfortable fit.
Dr. Cohen and our care team capture a CBCT image of your head, jaw, and mouth. CBCT technology provides us with a 3D image.
Dr. Cohen uses your 3-D image with computer guided technology to design your dental implant placement. This process is proven to be safer, more accurate and precise than traditional methods for dental implant placement.
You review your treatment plan with Dr. Cohen. This happens before treatment begins, so that you know exactly what to expect.
Your All-on-4 system is placed. Some patients receive teeth-in-a-day while others need a window of healing before the next steps occur.
Dr. Cohen often works in collaboration with cosmetic and general dentists to place the All-on-4 system. Many All-on-4 patients return to our practice with big smiles, grateful to be able to enjoy life’s best moments again.
If you are missing most or all of your teeth, All-on-4 is more affordable than replacing your teeth with dental implants. This is because not everyone can afford a mouth full of dental implants.
All-on-4 is a dental implant solution. But, with All-on-4, Dr. Cohen places four dental implants in the bone of your mouth to anchor a dental prosthesis like dentures. Your dental prosthesis is then snapped into place.