Hi, my name is Dr Fong. I’m the principal dentist of Dental House Group. This morning I was chatting with Tiffany from Diggers Rest, who is exploring the All-On-Four treatment to replace her dentures, and we were discussing the cost involved. There were a few things I mentioned that she wasn’t aware of, so I thought I will make a video sharing with you what I shared with her, just in case you are also thinking about All-on-four.
For those who don’t know, All teeth on four or All on Four is a type of dental treatment whereby we place dental implants in your mouth and give you the final teeth all in a matter of days. Sometimes you may even be able to get your teeth on the day of the procedure. It’s a lot quicker than the traditional method of placing implants and leaving it inside the bone to heal for three to six months before the final prosthesis is made.
For those who are suitable for this particular type of treatment, there are a few variables that you’ll need to consider that determines the cost for this procedure. First of all, sometimes dentists may use more than four implants. So, if the quality of your bone is not as good, sometimes you’ll need five implants or six implants instead of four implants to support all of your teeth. And if you have more implants, then the cost will also increase.
Generally speaking, for all-on-four implant treatment, you are looking at a range between twenty to thirty-five k for a full arch, depending on what’s required and the factors I have mentioned.
I hope this video has given you more insights on the different factors that impact the price of an all-on-four treatment. So if you are considering replacing your denture with all-on-four, we would love to help. Here at Dental House, we have helped many patients enjoy a more comfortable and better quality of life with this incredible procedure, so we can definitely help you. Simply give us a call on 1800GENTLE, direct message us on social media, or complete the form on our website. See you in the next video.
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