Always trust your implant placement to experienced dental teams like the ones you’ll encounter at United Dental Clinic.
To learn more about the best All-on-4 dental implants or to arrange a consultation with the dentist, we encourage you to contact a helpful team member today.
What Are the Reasons for Choosing All-On-4
In addition to the oral health issues associated with missing teeth—tooth migration, jawbone loss,
etc.—lost teeth may also affect your emotional well-being. Fortunately, your dentist in Warriewood offers a
variety of solutions to restore your smile, including All-on-4.
If you have missing teeth, our goal is to replace your smile in a lasting, functional, and aesthetically
pleasing way. All-on-4 ticks all these boxes and more.
What Is All-on-4?
All-on-4 is a low-profile arch of restoring teeth fixed on a gum-coloured bridge. You choose the tooth and
gum colour, and if you'd like, a team member can help in the selection process—you want shades that
complement your colouring and look natural. And sometimes you want a few opinions before you make a
Once you've decided, your dentist takes impressions of your mouth, and we use the results to fabricate
your custom prosthetics.
Then your Northern Beaches dentist uses four dental implants to secure the custom prosthetics to the
jaws while you're under anesthesia or sedation. These prosthetics can only be removed by your dentist.
Let's explore a few benefits of this innovative tooth replacement solution.
4 Amazing Reasons to Choose All-on-4 Dental Implants in
1 All-on-4 Means Teeth in a Few Days!
Imagine waking up without teeth and going to bed a few nights later with your smile restored! That is the
beauty of All-on-4. You typically don't have to wait weeks to replace missing teeth.
If you have an upcoming event on your calendar, All-on-4 is the best way to ensure you'll show up with a
complete and functional smile.
2 All-on-4 Is a Stable Tooth Loss Solution
When teeth are missing, you lose some jawbone. This is a natural occurrence. But over time, it means
removable prosthetics like dentures won't fit as well as when first placed in the mouth. You'll notice
rocking and slippage. You'll find yourself going to the dental clinic for