All on 4 dental implants

 We understand how hard life can be with missing or damaged teeth. Dentures or dental bridges are one solution, but they come with many disadvantages. People with dentures often worry about issues like plate slippage, so they have to avoid some of their favorite foods, like fresh fruit, corn on the cob, or a juicy steak. They often need to give up healthy activities such as swimming and dancing for fear of having their dentures slip, over even worse, fall out. Dentures are also a chore to take care of, and they tend to be uncomfortable for many people. They can also break or get lost. This affects a person’s true quality of life, making it difficult to manage many daily activities.

All On 4 Dental Implants

Although crowns are often a solution, they are not always a viable choice. Those with missing teeth have problems chewing and may feel self-conscious about having gaps in their smile. Over time, facial muscles tend to relax, which can cause sunken cheeks and changes in the shape of your face. Life simply is not the same. However, over the years, patients had to undergo a lengthy, difficult and expensive process if they needed to have a large amount of teeth replaced with implants. Now with such advances in dental technology, procedures like

all on 4 dental implants

are relatively straight forward with minimal pain.

What are all on 4 dental implants ?

All on 4 dental implants are a newly available procedure to replace a full arch of teeth in one go. This revolutionary All on four procedure allows implant surgeons to provide a natural looking fixed set of replacement teeth in just one day, with only four implants necessary. Although in some cases more implants can be used, a minimum of 4 implants is needed in order to support a fixed dental bridge.

Am I a candidate for all on 4 dental implants.

Using all on 4 dental implants, surgeons are able to provide a comprehensive oral rehabilitation solution to patients who suffer from tooth loss, or those who face a future of not having any teeth at all. We provide a free initial consultation with no obligation for patients considering all on 4 dental implants. During the free assessment, we can determine if this procedure is right for you, and then answer any questions you may have.   This type of tooth replacement technique, innovated by dental implant surgeon, Paolo Malo, enables the dental implant practitioner to replace a patient’s entire mouth of missing or failing teeth using only four prosthetic implants and a fixed non-removable and fully-customized dental bridge. While all on 4 dental implants may sound incredibly simplistic, the advantages it has over traditional tooth replacement and implant techniques has given it enormously-important status in the medical fields of dental implant and oral rehabilitation.

Smile in a Day

Also known as the “Smile in a Day” procedure, because the dental surgeon completes it in one day, the procedure for all on 4 dental implants allows the extraction of broken or decaying teeth and the placement of four tooth implants in the very same appointment. The Brighton Implant Clinic offers free no-obligation consultations, where our practitioners will explain how this procedure can provide a simple, effective and reliable solution to patients missing one or more teeth or facing the problems of fractured, decayed or loose teeth. In most cases, there is no bone grafting and fewer incisions are necessary, thereby shortening the healing time for patients. In fact, the All on 4 dental implants procedure is successful in more than 95% of all patients.

All on 4 dental implants

  All on 4 dental implants are one of the most exciting options available today in implant dentistry, because we are able to offer our patients the opportunity to feel like they have their own natural teeth back again. For many patients, due to the cost and many other factors, this was simply not possible with traditional implants. With all on 4 dental implants, many more patients now have the option to get fixed, permanent teeth at a considerably lower cost. Book an appointment | Brighton Implant Clinic For more information about All On 4 Dental Implants feel free to Contact Brighton Implant Clinic or Call us 0800 111 6623 for a FREE initial consultation, so we can help you smile with confidence and enjoy life again. Ask us about all on 4 dental implants today!

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  • Dante says:

    due to the fact my wife is undergoing treatment for breast cancer can she get implants on nhs thankyou

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Dante
      thanks for your email and enquiry. I would not advise that your wife undergo any further treatment on her teeth during her treatment. It is recommended that the treatment be completed before having and restorative work carried out. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact our clinic 0844 815 1414

  • Angela says:

    hi could you tell me please if this same procedure can be done for a three fixed implant.? I have two missing top front teeth and next is also a crown which is still ok. the other crown which attatched to bridge tooth… i broken my top front teeth at 19 and have had crowns for years i am 44 years old, a crown came out only to find the metal post had broken, meaning unable to repair.. i keep on glueing in the broken one which i know i shouldnt but cant get on with a palet, need implants really… can you also tell me how much please… thankyou

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Angela
      thanks for the email and enquiry, I would advise that you come to visit us for a FREE no obligation detailed assessment. We will be able to tell you what can be done, how long the treatment will take and also the cost. Please feel free to contact us at any time to make an appointment. 0844 815 1414

  • Cressida Ball says:

    Hello – I have a few back teeth of my own and the top front are all crowns – Many of my own teeth are loose. If I should take the step and have the All on 4 implants, how long does the procedure take and how long is the recovery period? Is there any guarantee or idea of how long they are meant to last and could I get a rough idea of cost? Kind regards

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi, the all on 4 implant treatment is suitable for those cases where patients where patients have all their teeth missing or advanced gum disease in either the upper or low jaw. I would recommend that the most important step to getting the information you are asking is to get a thorough assessment of the current status of your teeth , gums and bone. We provide a FREE assessment for implant treatment and would be able to give you an outline of the treatment required. Some cases are simpler than others, the most important factor being the quality and quantity of bone available for implant placement. The treatment usually takes about 6 months to complete although complex cases can take 12-18 months if bone grafting is required. The costs for this treatment vary between £6500 – £8500 per arch. This costs covers the assessment, radiographs, CT Scan, accommodation at local hotel for day of surgery 9 (if required), provisional bridge on the implants and the definitive bridge on the implants as well. If you require any further information please feel free to contact us.

  • Pauline Hockett says:

    Hi my husband Mark has very bad gum disease and is fast loosing his teeth and this itself is making quite depressed, he also suffers a lot of pain each time a tooth becomes loose and the gum become inflamed. He has a bridge which he cannot use as every time he tries to insert it he feels sick. He is 55 and smokes – would the All on 4 implant be suitable for him.

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Pauline, thank you for your inquiry. I am sorry to hear of the problems your husband has at the moment. Firstly I would recommend that you consider booking an appointment for a FREE implant assessment. During this appointment our dentists will discuss what options would be suitable for replacing problem teeth affected by gum disease. Whilst the all on 4 may be a suitable option for your husband its not always possible to carry out. The reason for this is that each patient has different needs, different amounts and quality of bone etc. We do have many happy patients with similar treatments such as all on 4, this treatment is both safe and predictable. If you need any further information please feel free to contact us 0844 815 1414

  • Moira Moorcroft says:

    I have seen two dentist with regards having implants or a bridge. One recommended a bridge the other advised 4 implants with a bridge. I do have gum disease. I live in Essex do you have an office near me.

    Kind Regards Moira Moorcroft

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Moira, thanks for your inquiry. It sounds as though you have had 2 different options made available to you. It is possible that both options would work however you should be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of each option. At Brighton Implant Clinic we provide a FREE assessment if you are considering dental implant treatment. Our dentists are able to outline the advantages, disadvantages , risks etc of each option for you. What is important is that you make a well informed decision. If you would like further information please feel free to contact us.
      All the best,

  • Steve Verrall says:

    I have today had a tooth on the side of my mouth top right removed as crown broke and tooth had calcified. How long do I need to wait before I can think of a replacement .

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Steve, thanks for the inquiry. Usually we recommend a minimum of 4 months after having a tooth removed before we place an implant. During this time new bone will form into the area where the tooth was removed. The gum tissue will also be able to heal over and create a better environment for implant treatment. If you do need any further information please feel free to contact us. We do provide free consultation for patients interested in dental implant treatment. Many thanks, Bruno

  • Colin says:

    I just wanted to say a big THANKYOU to Bruno and his team for taking great care of me in January. I have had continual problems with my teeth throughout my adult life. Mid January Bruno and his team performed ‘all on four’ surgery. I had expected immense visible bruising and swelling, along with days of agonising pain following the surgery. After four days the majority of the external swelling had subsided. Three weeks later I’m able to chew food in all areas of my mouth, something I cannot remember ever being able to do!

    Finally – I have the confidence to laugh and smile without covering my mouth!


    • Joanne Cowper says:

      Hi Colin, thank you so much for your kind comments about the clinic and the treatment you received from us. We really appreciate all of the feedback we receive from our patients and we’re so glad to have made you smile again.

  • Bethelple says:

    How much is the cost of the implant of booth upper and lower??

    • Joanne Cowper says:

      Hi Bethelple, thank you for your enquiry. Here at the Brighton Implant Clinic we start our prices at £995 per implant, however if replacing a number of teeth with multiple implants then the price does vary. We would advise that you come to see us for a free consultation at wither of our three branches. During this appointment the dentist can take any necessary X-Rays, carry out a full assessment and discuss the different options of treatment with you. From here the dentist can provide a Treatment Plan with the breakdown of appointments and costs fir the recommended course of treatment. Please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help.

  • sandra says:

    i have seen a dentist with regards about having bridge on 4 implants but i have been told that i need to have a tooth that is in my lower jaw that never surfaced. how long will i have to wait after having the extraction before i can have the implant done

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Sandra, it depends what kind of tooth is being extracted and the position relative to where the implants need to be placed. I am sorry that without more information its difficult to give any more advice. If you wish to contact our clinic for further advice please do let me know

      Kind regards

  • ian says:

    Im at my wits end with my teeth, have only 8 left on upper jaw with 3 of them damaged or loose, and approx 10 on lower jaw ,I am considering getting them all removed as I have receeding gums and dont know how long they will last , i am thinking about all on 4 implants upper and lower jaws,but i am scared about getting it done as Im unsure just how they will feel, Im not really intrested in some “Hollywood Smile” I just would like to have something that are functional and look natural ,however I am unsure how long the 4 in one will last as I really need and expect them to hopefully last upto 30yrs ,Im i being too optimistic and what are the maintanence issues (if any) with them ,I cannot wear dentures as i feel sick when the roof of my mouth is covered, Im so depressed about my current suituation and really would like people who have “all on 4” opinions on what they are like to live with any comments would be greatly appreciated ,thankyou

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Ian
      thanks for the comment that you posted on our site. Firstly I would recommend that you seek the help of an experienced implant surgeon. The advantages and disadvantages/risks of treatment will be clearly outlined for you before any treatment is commenced. No two cases are the same so yes it may be helpful to get feedback from other patients however one cant be certain that you would have the same response or results as another patient. I can honestly say that the vast majority of our patients (I cant give you an exact percentage) are very happy with the results of the all on 4 implant treatment. If I said that every single patient was 100% satisfied would be dishonest as losing multiple natural teeth is a traumatic experience in itself. We have a very high success rate with dental implants >95%, the treatment really does work and has helped many patients regain their confidence and function after losing multiple teeth.

      I do not want to sound negative but I think that you should get as much information about the treatment you require and research the clinic which is carrying out the treatment. Removing multiple natural teeth is sometimes needed due to gum disease. Make sure that you know what treatment is best suited for you before going ahead with surgery.

      If you do need any further advice please feel free to contact me
      Kind regards
      Bruno Silva

  • angela says:

    Have been told I need a nasal lift for back teeth implants
    . If I was to have all top teeth removed would I still need a nasal lift with all on 4.

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Angela, thanks for your inquiry. It sounds like you may have been recommended a sinus lift? This is quite a common recommendation to patients when there is insufficient bone for dental implants to be placed in the upper posterior areas. A sinus lift is a procedure which increases the amount of bone available for dental implants to be placed. In some cases if patients are having a full arch of dental implants using teeth on 4 dental implants solution it is possible to bypass the need for sinus grafting. However it is very important that you have adequate amounts of bone for this. You would need to take a CT Scan to verify exactly how much bone is available for dental implant treatment. However if your other remaining teeth are healthy and working well then certainly removing the remaining teeth would not be recommended. More information is needed as to the status of the other remaining teeth. If you wanted more information about sinus lifts you can click on the link sinus lift. For more information about teeth on 4 you can check this link. If you wish to contact our clinic you can click on contacts.

  • Hayden Fairchild says:


    Would you be able to email me a quote on a whole new set of teeth.

    Thanks, Hayden.

    • Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Hayden, thanks for your inquiry. Would you be able to provide us with some more information. Do you have any existing natural teeth at the moment? Are you currently using partial or full dentures? You can get more information about full arch replacement If you want to see more about prices you can see our price list

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