All on 4 is the most practical way to permanently replace a full upper or full lower set of teeth. Our local Sedative Dentist can sedate you for All on 4 Dental Implants in Rockville Maryland. All on 4 is a permanent full mouth implant solution that stays in the mouth and is never removed.
While the solution is called “All on 4”, it is better to use 5-6 implants to properly support all full mouth all on 4 implant bridge. 4 implants are not strong enough to replace 12-14 natural teeth. Furthermore, if one of the implants does not work or fails later, the patient and sedation implant doctor can waste a lot of time and money.
3D X-ray with ICat Cone Beam Scan:
We use the latest technology for a full 3D Cone Beam scan of your jaws to determine what you need to receive a new smile with All on 4. The system uses minimal radiation and only takes 14 seconds. The scan is taken in the open room where you are comfortably seated. No laying down or closed and tight spaces. We are convenient to Rockville, Bethesda, Potomac Maryland and all of Montgomery County Maryland.
How much does Sedation Cost?
All patients will save $3000 – $8000 since we compete the procedure entirely in our Sedation Dental Implant Center. The cost of All on 4 implants depends on the solution you choose. We have acrylic teeth and zirconia teeth. The cost also depends on how many teeth need to be removed and how much gum and bone grafting needs to be done. For your convenience, we will take your 3D cone beam scan and provide a complete treatment plan cost for your All on 4 implant sedation case. The service comes at no cost to you and is complimentary. If you have insurance we will bill your insurance for the Xray and exam. If you do not have dental insurance, there is no fee.
Financing and Payment Options:
Care Credit can do financing and payment plans for All on 4 implant procedures. Visit their website to apply.
Traveling Patients for Implant Sedation:
For patients traveling from out of town, we recommend using Reagan National Airport in DC or BWI in Baltimore. There is a Courtyard Marriott located on Marinelli Rd. It has great accomdations and is a 2 min. walk from our office.
What to Expect at your Sedation Implant Appointment:
- First, our Sedative Dentist will do Dental Sedation with Full IV dental sedatives such as Midazolam and Fentanyl.
- We will remove All remaining teeth to be replaced. For example, if we are doing All on 4 dental implants to permanently replace all the upper teeth, any remaining teeth will be removed.
- The Sedation Implant Dentist will carefully clean all the extraction sites and any areas of infection
- The doctor will place bone grafts and 5-6 implants as necessary along with PRF treatments
- Placement of Stitches as needed
- Delivery of Temporary teeth so patient does not need to go around without any teeth
- 12 week healing period for gum and bone to grow and attach to the implants and for the tooth extraction sites to heal.
- Impression of All on 4 dental implant permanent full upper implant bridge.
- Delivery of final All on 4 permanent implant teeth.
Does Insurance Pay for Sedation and Implant Surgery?
We will bill all PPO and traditional insurances and many will pay for a portion of the procedure. The best thing to do is contact our office and we will contact your insurance to help you determine what they will pay. This will be done typically at the time you come in for your 3D Cone Beam Scan and Consultation.
Dentures Vs All on 4 Implants:
All on 4
- Permanent teeth replacement and never need to be removed
- Stable and never come loos while smiling, eating or singing
- implants replace root structure and decrease bone loss and decrease facial atrophy
- Chewing forces absorbed by jaw bone and All on 4 implant bridge
- Teeth feel stable and natural
- Dentrues are removable
- Dentures slip and may fall out while eating and talking
- gums and jaw bone continues to be lost under dentures
- chewing forces absorbed by gum and bone
- teeth feel unstable, large bulky and like plastic
Partial Dentures Vs Implants
Partial Dentures use the remaining teeth to support replacement of remaining teeth. Partial dentures have metal or plastic arms that wrap around the roots of the remaining teeth to hold the fake teeth in place. Partial Dentures put pressure on the remaining teeth and eventually cause more tooth loss. Chewing forces are placed on the remaining teeth and the missing tooth areas. Partial dentures do not replace any loss root structure and the patient still has missing tooth spaces under the denture. There is still bone loss and facial bone atrophy under the dentures. The gum and bone shrink under the denture. Eventually the denture does not fit anymore and it will need to be replaced. Since the partial attaches to remaining natural teeth, if there is loss of an additional tooth, the partial denture may not fit anymore and it may need to be replace. Since dentures put pressure on the remaining teeth, it will usually lead to more tooth loss within a period of 5-7 years. Partial Dentures vs Implants with Sedation