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Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full Mouth Dental Implants

At America’s First Dental Implant Center, we specialize in full mouth dental implants (also known as full arch dental implants, teeth in a day, 4 on 1, etc.), which is a dental implant technique where an entire row of teeth is replaced using 4 dental implants.

We offer it at the lowest price guaranteed price of $14,950 per arch.

Full mouth dental implants are ideal when there are many damaged or missing teeth. 

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What Are Full Mouth Dental Implants?

What Are Full Mouth Dental Implants?

Full mouth dental implants, also known as full arch implants or teeth-in-a-day, are a complete replacement of either the upper row of teeth, bottom row of teeth, or an entire mouth full of teeth. Instead of using one implants per each damaged/missing tooth, only four implants are needed to replace an entire arch of teeth (12-14 teeth).

Full arch dental implants are an ideal option for many people who have several missing or damaged teeth. Not only do they offer you efficient results in a fraction of time (compared to single implants), but you don’t have to get one implant for each missing or damaged tooth. The dental implant cost of a full mouth or full arch dental implants is exceptionally lower than several individual dental implants. 

We specialize in full mouth procedure, having performed over 5,000 full-arch (i.e., 4-on-1, teeth-in-a-day) procedures. Given our expertise, we are offer to all of our clients:

  • $14,950 per arch all-inclusive
  • Quality Warranty
  • Lowest price guarantee (see low price guarantee for details)
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Full Mouth Dental Implant Cost and Pricing

What Is Included in our $14,950 Full Arch Cost?

Average national pricing for the full arch procedure ranges between $25,000 – $40,000 per arch (i.e., $50,000-80,000 for both arches of the mouth). At America’s First, we are able to offer the procedure at a much-reduced amount of $14,950 per arch (less than $30,000 for both arches of your mouth)

This is an all-inclusive, upfront cost. That means it covers the entire procedure, from start to finish, without surprise fees or other unexpected costs. It includes:

  • All appointments and meetings (e.g., Initial consultation, surgery, post-operative checkup)
  • Any imaging needed (e.g., CT scan, X-ray)
  • Surgery to extract teeth and place dental implants into jawbone
  • IV sedation anesthesia
  • Temporary teeth used during recovery and healing
  • Custom crafted and fitted permanent zirconia teeth that is made to fit your mouth

If additional costs are required (for example, if you need a bone graft, which is uncommon), you will know your total cost before you make a financial commitment to the procedure. 

Full Mouth Dental Implant Cost vs. Individual Implant Cost

Many patients may be trying to decide if they should pursue a full mouth restoration, which will replace an entire row of teeth, or if they should focus on replacing individual teeth. This may be a consideration due to cost or an apprehension of removing healthy teeth to make way for full mouth implant.

  • Individual Implant: $3,000 – $6,000 per tooth (nationally)
  • Full arch: $14,950/arch at our office ($25,000 – $40,000 nationally)

Individual dental implants range between $3,000 – $6,000 per tooth and can make sense for some patients who just need to replace a few teeth. However, the cost of individual implants quickly increases as the number of missing teeth increases.

Instead of repeating this process in individual procedures (as in the case of placing multiple individual implants), full mouth dental implant carries out these procedures for all teeth in one efficient surgery. 

Remember, full mouth dental implants only require 4 implants to be installed an entire row of teeth. For the vast majority of our patients who come to us, it makes far more financial and practical sense to pursue a full mouth procedure and return the mouth to its healthy, original function. 

Paying for Full Mouth Dental Implants

Paying for Full Mouth Dental Implants

While we offer the lowest price guaranteed for full mouth dental implants, we understand that many patients might want to consider payment plans for pay for their new teeth. 

We work with several third-party financing partners to help our patients afford dental implants. Even patients with poor credit scores may qualify for financing, allowing them to make low monthly payments toward their teeth. 

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How Full Mouth Dental Implant Procedures Work

The full mouth procedure is a surgery that requires an exceptionally high level of expertise to perform, which is why we only use oral surgeons. We have performed over 5,000 of these all-on-four procedures, and below are typical processes and the materials used. 

Initial Consultation

Initial Consultation

You will have an initial consultation with our oral surgeon. Once you know that a full mouth implant procedure is right for you, you’ll be eligible to undergo the surgery. The procedure will target either the upper row of teeth, bottom row of teeth, or both.

IV sedation and Surgery

IV sedation and Surgery

During the procedure, you will be put under IV sedation anesthesia and all remaining natural teeth in the targeted row will be removed. Then, four implants (or screws) are permanently attached to your jawbone. These implants will act as an anchor for your entire arch of new permanent teeth.

Abutments are attached

Abutments are attached

Next, abutments are attached into the implants. Abutments are the part of the implant that will physically connect to the permanent bridge (the part that people see when you smile), holding it in place. Unlike the implant screws, which are permanent fixtures, abutments can be removed and replaced by your oral surgeon. 

Teeth installed

Teeth installed

Once the abutments are in place, a row of temporary teeth will be installed. This row of teeth is the only part of your dental implant procedure that will be visible to those around you. You’ll use the temporary teeth while your gums and bones heal from the surgery. After a few months of healing, you will receive your final zirconia teeth, which can last a life-time given proper care.

What They’re Saying

I went in to [America’s First] due to bad work from another dentist… the previous work needed to be fixed ASAP. Dr. walked me through how he would fix my implants and made me feel much more at ease. It was easy to work with his office to schedule the procedure. I am so happy I found him and his work is great! Definitely smiling big now =)

– Katelyn R.

Patient from Miami, FL

After several months of going to many dental offices for consults, I finally found America’s First Dental Implant Centers, and thank GOD I did… I drove all the way from Naples to Miami for my treatment and it was definitely worth it. I recommend America’s First to anyone that needs dental implants. Thank you to the Doctor and team at America’s First!

– Kenneth O.

Patient from Naples, FL

Big thank you to the Oral Surgeon doctor and staff at America’s First Dental Implant Center in Miami. I had a tooth that broke and needed to be replaced with a dental implant… The surgery was painless and I was asleep the entire time and now I have a brand new tooth. It was really a stress free experience and at a much lower price than other offices. I highly recommend America’s First to anyone that needs dental implants.

– David C.

Miami, FL

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1. What are the materials used in full mouth dental implants?

Our offices use specific, high-quality materials to provide you with the best possible dental implants. While other offices may use different materials, our dental implants are made with two primary materials: titanium implant and zirconia bridge. 

Titanium Implant

Your all-on-four dental implants will be made of titanium. Titanium is strong and biocompatible, meaning it is not harmful to the human body. It’s why titanium is used in a wide variety of other medical procedures, like hip and knee replacements. It’s also extremely durable and reliable, with titanium implants achieving on average 97% success rate over 10 years. 

Zirconia Bridge (permanent, final set of teeth)

The bridge (or the visible part of the all on four procedure that looks like real teeth) sits on top of the four implants and will be made from zirconia. Zirconia bridges are:

  • Durable and strong
  • Natural-looking
  • Comfortable
  • Biocompatible (your body won’t reject it)

 

Unlike materials used by other providers such as acrylic, zirconia won’t break down or discolor. Zirconia has become a popular material in a variety of dental procedures, not just implants, and we have seen this material have the greatest success.

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2. How much does full mouth dental implants cost?

At America’s First Dental Implant Centers, our full arch dental implants is priced at $14,950/arch ($29,900 for both arches of the mouth). This is an all-inclusive price that includes all appointments and imaging needs (3D CT scan, X-ray), surgery to extract teeth and place dental implants, IV sedation, temporary teeth, and final zirconia teeth. Our price is so competitive that we are able to offer lowest price guarantee

Our price significantly lower than that of other offices, which tend to charge $25,000- $40,000+ per arch. We are able to offer our service at such low rate because we’re able to leverage unique advantages to come at such a low overall cost. Our advantages come from our highly trained oral surgeons. Our surgeons have performed more than 5,000 all-on-four procedures, giving them a deep level of expertise. They are able to perform full mouth procedures effectively and efficiently, which you can see with our extremely high success rate. In fact, many of our patients come to us to fix problems they have with dental implants they received from other providers.

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3. How does the cost of full mouth dental implants compare to that of snap-on dentures?

As mentioned, at America’s First Dental Implant Centers, we offer full arch dental implants at the competitive price of $14,950 per arch. Snap-in dentures will cost an upfront fee of $8,000-$12,000 per arch, with an extra $2,500 to $5,000 to replace a row of dentures every five years.

 

In other words, based on our experience, all-on-four procedures are a better investment than snap-in dentures. Speak to our representative directly (866-974-1796) or learn more about our lowest price guarantee on full mouth procedures.

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4. Is the full mouth dental implant surgery painful?

When performed by oral surgeons (as is the case here at America’s First Dental Implant Centers), full mouth implants are not painful since you will be provided IV sedation and asleep during the procedure.

When the procedure is performed by a general dentist (or other doctors who are not trained surgeons), the procedure may be painful since you will not be given IV sedation. 

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5. How long is the full mouth procedure?

The duration of the full mouth surgery will depend on which office is performing it. When performed by oral surgeons who are experts on the procedures (as is the case here at America’s First Dental Implant Centers since we’ve placed more than 5,000 full arches), the entire procedure will take around 2-3 hours. 

When performed by general dentist and others who have relatively little experience, the procedure can take the full day. 

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6. Why is Full-Arch better than Getting Individual Implants?

If you need to replace multiple teeth, then full arch dental implants is likely more efficient than getting individual implants. Most importantly, it will likely save you time and money. A single dental implant costs between $3,000 to $6,000, and so the cost increases quickly as the number of missing teeth increases. In contrast, full-arch is offered at a fixed fee – $14,950 –that is unaffected by how many damaged and missing teeth you have. Furthermore, full-arch implants can help treat dental diseases and stop further bone loss.  

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7. Can People Tell I Had Full-Arch Procedure?

Full arch dental implants are designed to offer you a natural look. They are similar to natural healthy teeth, and it is nearly impossible for anyone to identify them. Due to their natural look, you also feel confident, young, and beautiful after dental surgery. 

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8. What are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

Dental implants are the only permanent fixed solution to replacing hopelessly damaged or missing teeth.  Furthermore, dental implants prevent bone loss. Besides offering you the best natural teeth replacement, they serve the major function of eliminating infection and pain and restoring your best life. Dental implants look natural and function like real, natural teeth.

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9. What Pain Medication Will I Need?

Since the pain can vary from patient to patient, your surgeon will prescribe medications according to your needs. Typically, the oral surgeon will prescribe to you pain medications that you may need to take for a few days after surgery.

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10. Will My Surgeon Recommend Antibiotics?

Yes, your oral surgeon will prescribe an antibiotic to take for around 7 days after the operation. You might also need to take an antimicrobial mouth rinse, known as Peridex, for at least one week after your procedure.

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11. Are There Any Restrictions for Activities Post-Operation?

Your surgeon will recommend you avoid driving only on the surgery day due to sedation., Likewise, depending on the number of teeth you get replaced and your mouth condition, your surgeon may recommend you avoid strenuous activities for a few days. 

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12. When Can I Go Back to Work?

In many cases, you can start going to work after a week following the surgery. However, you need to continue visiting the clinic periodically for post-operative checkup appointments. 

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