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When it comes to your complex prosthodontics and implant surgery needs, we choose to provide you with optimal care from a registered prosthodontist.

All on 4 dental implants

All-On-4® Dental Implants

All on 4 dental implants

All-On-4® dental 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.

Immediate Implants

Immediate implants are a procedure in which an implant and the replacement tooth are both placed at the same time, rather than waiting for three to six months between the first and second stages (as for a conventional implant). Known in dental terminology as “immediate loading”, this instant process means you can have your new tooth in around an hour. For patients who have broken a tooth or are about to lose one, immediate implant placement represents a viable tooth replacement option.

Conventional Implants

Conventional dental implants are used to replace missing teeth or teeth that cannot be saved by any other means. They look and feel like your own teeth.

All dental implants have three main components: a titanium screw fixture (which is placed into the jawbone), an abutment (which is attached to the screw), and a crown that is either all ceramic or porcelain fused to precious metal (which is placed on the abutment).

One implant can be used to replace a single missing tooth, or multiple implants to replace a whole missing arch of teeth. In instances where the bone volume or quality is inadequate, a bone graft or a sinus lift procedure may be required.




Dentures are also known as false teeth or plates and can be either partial (replacing one or more teeth) or full (replacing all teeth in one jaw or both jaws). Various types of dentures are available to suit the specific needs of each patient.

Partial dentures can be made from acrylic, metal, or flexible resin, each with distinct advantages such as comfort, durability, and fit. Full dentures replace all teeth in one or both jaws, resting on gums without clasps, sometimes requiring adhesive. Over-dentures fit over existing teeth or implants, and immediate dentures are pre-made for placement immediately after tooth extraction, often as a temporary solution.

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