At Atlanta West Dentistry, Our implant experts offer everything needed for the All-On-4 dental implant procedure in one location – allowing us to give you the highest quality care and your new teeth often in just one day. You’ll work exclusively with our top implant specialists, who have placed and restored thousands of implants and will oversee every phase of your procedure.
Our office features a 3-D CT scanner and other advanced technology, making our location one of the top dental facilities in the area. On the day of the surgery, the entire process is usually completed in one day, and you leave our office with fully functioning teeth.
If you are tired of wearing your denture or if your denture is loose and ill-fitting, the All-on-4 or Teeth-in-a-Day procedure will help you get rid of your denture and provide you with permanent teeth. If you are about to lose your teeth or have many missing teeth, the All-On-4 procedure is your answer.
Atlanta West Dentistry offers the latest solution in dental implants, which combines many high-end technologies in implant dentistry while incorporating treatment cost affordable for most patients.
Prices for full-mouth dental implants start at $325 a month for a top or bottom arch. Other options, of course, are available to help you get back your natural-looking, healthy smile.
In nearly every situation at Atlanta West Dentistry, if you have missing teeth or are wearing a denture, we have just the right affordable solution for you. It's just a matter of determining which option meets your needs and fits your budget.
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Dental Implants are a valuable alternative to an uncomfortable prosthesis like dentures. The implants themselves are small fixtures produced from titanium that serve a purpose similar to the roots of natural teeth. They are fused to the jawbone and support prosthesis and dental bridges, helping them perform as our natural teeth would. Once the implants are put in place, you’ll be able to replace anything from a missing tooth to a whole set of teeth.
Given the numerous benefits and aesthetic qualities Dental Implants offer, they have become the preferred method of tooth replacement today.
Dental Implant treatment is much more than a simple cosmetic solution. The implant itself (the invisible fixture-like structure below the gum line) provides the foundation or support for a dental crown that sits on top of the implant and is the visible portion of the tooth.
The implant replaces the root structure (i.e., support) for the tooth, providing a stable base and preventing the prosthesis from sliding or moving like dentures.
Once placed, replacement teeth are difficult to distinguish from your natural teeth. The clinical team at Atlanta West Dentistry will adapt the color, shape, and contour of the new teeth to match your natural teeth. In effect, you'll feel like you have your smile back.
Every day you wear dentures or have missing teeth, you experience bone loss where the bone literally breaks down, and the material is reabsorbed back into the body (called “Bone resorption”). Significant bone loss can shrink the contours of the jawbone, causing wrinkled lips and a sunken mouth and chin, making you look much older than you have to. Maintaining your natural bone is one of the most important advantages of dental implants. Dental implants can help counteract that by preventing resorption of the jawbone, stimulating bone growth, and stopping bone loss almost entirely.
Wearing an upper denture prevents you from really tasting food because the roof of your mouth is covered. With dental implants, it’s unnecessary to cover the roof of the mouth, so you can truly enjoy the taste of your favorite foods again. Further, since the implant replaces the entire tooth and the tooth root, it functions more like your natural teeth, with a strong, stable foundation that allows comfortable biting and chewing. Fresh vegetables, corn, fruits, and even steak are back on the menu.
The implant screw itself won’t decay and is designed to last for the rest of your life, assuming you receive regular dental check-ups every 6 months.
While the exact material used will affect the overall life expectancy of crowns (the piece that sits atop the implant), patients can often enjoy them for a lifetime.
Each dental implant has three parts: