All-on-4® Dentist
1125 S University Dr
Plantation, FL 33324
954-432-7771

 


 


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Dentist in Plantation

All-on-4® dental implants also known for Teeth in a Day serving the city of Plantation, Fort Lauderdale, Davie, Sunrise, Weston, Cooper City, Miami and Boca Raton.

All-on-4® dental implant cost Fort Lauderdale, Davie, Hollywood, Cooper City, Miami, Pembroke Pines, Weston, and Palm Beach, Florida. New teeth in one day.

How much does All-on-4® cost?

As of 2017, our cost starts at about $11,500 per arch for All-on-4®. We prefer using the industry-leading All-On-4® treatment concept which is a registered trademark of Nobel Biocare for patients who have a complete denture or are missing most of his/her teeth. This includes the cost of dental implants, the surgical placement of 4 implants, and same day delivery of an all-acrylic set of teeth on single arch (all-acrylic teeth as an implant-supported fixed bridge for teeth replacement)

In general, all the lab work is performed in-house for a full mouth of teeth in a day. Nevertheless, in many cases when extensive lab work is required the set of teeth is delivered in 24 hours.

Please note that our patients save anywhere from $6,000 to $9,000 per arch when treatment is completed in our office. Treatment fees are much lower when compared to a two-location or multiple doctors approach, where both doctors would charge separate fees, significantly increasing the total cost of treatment.All on 4 cost

Additional cost depends on several factors including what the patient wants as a full mouth permanent dental implant-supported fixed bridge.

These full mouth fixed bridges can be made out of either zirconia or a combination of acrylic teeth over a titanium framework (hybrid permanent bridge). (Read below for the different types available).   

A zirconia permanent implant-supported fixed bridge is occasionally recommended for strength and durability. A combination of using permanent acrylic teeth over a titanium framework (often called a hybrid permanent bridge also known as a full mouth restoration with implants) is preferred for durability and repairability.

Keep in mind that there may also be some additional procedures required prior to the placement of All-on-4® implants to ensure their long-term success rate. Additional procedures may require removing the remaining of your teeth and any gum infection(s) prior to surgery.

In general, All-on-4® implant treatment concept often results in lower costs, making it more affordable, because it allows for fewer implants being placed versus traditional implant oral rehabilitation procedures. The All-on-4® treatment option is a cost-effective procedure for those people suffering with loose fitting dentures, failing teeth or no teeth at all.

Since his hospital training, hundreds of dental implant surgeries, in well over a decade, has been performed by Dr. Max Arocha DMD.

We have intravenous conscious (IV) sedation and general anesthesia available on all All-on-4® dental implant cases. Our dental implant procedures start with a free consultation. At this complimentary consultation, you will be exam by Dr. Max Arocha who has the experience of performing dental implant surgery (implant placement) for over a decade. He is looking forward to meeting with you.

Dr. Arocha is passionate and generous about helping patients getting their smile back. Along with his extensive training in oral implantology, Dr. Arocha possesses a unique eye for smile design helping patients look younger.

We offer free of cost All-On-4® Consultation & Complimentary All-On-4® 3D Cone Beam Scan

The i-CAT Cone Beam 3D Dental Imaging System allows us to provide quick, comfortable, and effective dental imaging for a precise All-on-4® dental implant diagnosis and review. i-CAT special features include:

  • 8 or 23 second scan that provides enough data for a complete all-on-4 treatment.
  • A safer diagnosis with less radiation than traditional CT scanners.
  • Increased comfort — patients are seated in an open environment with plenty of space
  • A more cost-effective imaging system. (Free for new all-on-4® patients)
  • We can easily review and share the data with patients, so patients stay informed and are able to make educated decisions on their course of All-on 4® treatment.

Our office is pleased to offer i-CAT 3D Cone Beam imaging for patients receiving dental implant treatment. Come and see for yourself what it's like to receive an advanced, patient-friendly 3D scan.

Recovery time for Teeth in a Day on 4 to 6 implants.

  We prefer to perform Teeth in a Day and dental implant surgery with our advanced computerized 3D dental treatment software whenever possible. Our advanced surgical computerized guide protocol from Anatomage® not only delivers high precision for implant surgery including All-on4® concept but also significantly decrease recovery time for the patient. Our implant 3D software is a highly effective tool that, in certain clinical cases, delivers minimal invasive surgery for a fast recovery.    

All-On-4® Payments Options and Financing.

Should the cost of All-on-4® prove prohibitive for an individual, there are options to consider that can put All-on-4® within reach. We have found that the LendingClub online application is fast and easy. It takes just minutes, with no impact to your credit score. You can instantly review the loan offers that you qualify for, and you'll never need to visit a branch to complete your application.

Our dental office is affiliated with LendingClub for All-on-4® dental implant treatment. LendingClub can finance over $30,000 for upper and lower jaw full mouth reconstruction. All LendingClub financing payment plans feature an affordable fixed rate, which means your monthly payment does not increase. In addition, you can prepay your loan at any time and there's never a prepayment penalty or fee.

With this type of All-on 4® dental implants financing plan, patients can break up the total cost of the procedure into a series of monthly payments. Click on the LendingClub logo above to apply online and check your options in just minutes. Please NOTE: (Enter Doctor name as: max arocha)

Types of Implant-Supported Fixed Bridge for Full Mouth.

Implant-supported acrylic teeth over a titanium framework on 4 implants. The titanium framework may be hidden under the acrylic upon request. (Permanent hybrid fixed bridge)

 

Implant-supported zirconia teeth over a pink solid zirconia base on 4 implants. (Permanent fixed bridge)

 

 

  

All-acrylic teeth over a pink all-acrylic base on 4 implants (temporary hybrid bridge for 4-12 month).

 

The Cost of a Full Mouth set of teeth with implants for Denture Patients

Most clinicians place about 8 implants per arch for a full set of teeth in patients who have failing teeth, missing teeth, or wear dentures. When you factor in the cost of each implant surgery, related materials, follow-up visits and healing time, it's easy to see that a fewer implant concept save time and effort relative to traditional implant treatment. Fewer dental implant reduces total healing time. In certain clinical cases, you may be eating and drinking as soon as you leave the dental office.

A full mouth set of teeth solution over few implants like All-on-4® implant treatment concept specifically designed for people with teeth in poor condition, those wearing dentures and those in need of full mouth upper and/or lower teeth replacement with implants. Qualified patients receive as few as four implants and a set of new fixed implant-supported replacement teeth per arch, usually in one day. The major benefit of having fewer implants is how quickly dentures can be replaced with permanent implants and a fixed bridge. This efficiency treatment concept saves time and cost.

Those who have lost all of their teeth — or are soon to have their last, failing teeth removed — have several options for tooth replacement. One of the most advanced and reliable techniques is to permanently attach lifelike prosthetic (new replacement) teeth to dental implants that are anchored in the jawbone. Implant-supported teeth look and function just like real teeth, and are maintained with the same oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing. They provide important health benefits (described is this article). And while dental implants are relatively expensive, a newer procedure that also provides functional teeth on the same day implant surgery is performed has brought the cost down and put this beneficial technology within the reach of many. Implant-supported teeth allow normal function of the whole stomatognathic system (“stomato” – mouth; “gnathic” – jaws) including the nerves, muscles and jaw joints. By permanently replacing missing teeth — and lost gum tissues — implant-supported teeth restore the support of the facial structures (cheeks and lips), thereby creating a more youthful appearance as well as the ability to function normally. This includes chewing tough foods, eating fresh fruits and vegetables, laughing, kissing, speaking confidently, and smiling with joy. - See more at: http://www.deardoctor.com/articles/new-teeth-in-one-day/#sthash.U9uBVqaH.dpuf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Out-of-State Travelers for Full Mouth Implants Reconstruction.

If you are an out-of-state traveler flying over to our dental practice in Fort Lauderdale for our All-on-4® implant treatment concept  complimentary consultation, we suggest to first contact Maria Sherman. We may suggest for you to send over a CT scan and/or a panoramic radiograph for Dr. Arocha to review it before your arrival.

Since we have a significant number of people from out of state interested in having the All-On-4® treatment, we ask you to please be patient and keep in mind every case is different. It takes time and planning to come up with a detailed All-on-4® treatment plan and be able to provide a full mouth restoration with implants.

We not only offer the convenience of having an All-on-®4 treatment in one office, but our patients  save anywhere from $6,000 to $8,000+ per arch by having the All-on-4® treatment in our office. We are located 10 miles from Fort Lauderdale International Airport. Hotels are walking distance from our dental office.

 

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Review on how long do All-on-4® implants last - Success rate of lower and upper jaw

The All-on-4® Implants concept is a proven long-term solution with high survival rates and with up to 10 years follow-up in the mandible and 5 years in the maxilla.

A clinical study published in October, 2014 in the Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research included 242 patients with 968 immediately loaded implants supporting fixed complete upper jaw all-acrylic prosthesis demonstrated a high survival rate 93% at patient level and 98% at implant level after 5 year of follow up.

In general, a cumulative survival rate is high in both maxilla (upper jaw) and mandible (lower jaw) according to scientific evidence reviews

  • Mid-term 3–4 years: 96.3–100%
  • Long-term 5–10 years: 94.8–98.0%

A more recent study encouraged the use of All-on-4® concept emphasizing that when planning a fixed rehabilitation in the upper jaw using four implants, the quality of bone, the length of implants, the patient’s habits should be considered.

Does Insurance cover All-On-4®

We work with most dental insurance plans to maximize your savings for All-on-4® dental implants. We take all major PPO insurance plans such as Delta, Metlife, Cigna, Guardian, AETNA, etc. when it comes to full mouth restoration with implants we can submit claims to the insurance company on your behalf or provide you with a breakdown of charges to submit to your insurance company.

Most dental insurance plans may cover at least a portion of the fee charged to restore your dental implants. The best way to learn more about your policy is to have Maria Sherman call and speak with your dental insurance company directly. This way we can help you determine the estimated out-of-pocket cost of all-on-4® procedure and assist you with a payment plan or financing if you so wish.

Most dental insurance plans partially cover the All-on-4® treatment which means that you should process and send out a claim to them. However, some offices don’t allow you to claim the cost of the surgery itself. This is because in spite of the health benefits that can be provided by dental implants, many insurance companies still classify it as a cosmetic procedure.

While most dental insurance questions can be answered easily and quickly, the question whether insurance covers All-on-4® takes more time to get an accurate answer.

New Teeth in a Day Cost

We offer all-inclusive approach that not only streamlines full mouth set of teeth on dental implant reconstruction procedures, but saves you time. Our approach also makes procedure like All-on-4® dental implants concept more affordable.

We also provide single teeth in a day. The cost for a single implant is about $1,700 plus the implant crown. The implant cost depends on the condition of the gums and jaw bone. The cost for two implants placement for a three-unit fixed bridge starts at about $3,000.

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All-on-4® Dental Implants serving Fort Lauderdale, Davie, Hollywood, Cooper City, Miami, Pembroke Pines, Weston, and Palm Beach, Florida. Full mouth set of teeth in one day.

our understanding is correct, and yes there are some potential risks to go with the definite benefits of an immediate (permanent) tooth replacement with a dental implant and crown. There are three parts to the procedure that the dentist/team needs to consider in making this treatment successful, which includes how you will look with your new tooth in the early healing phase. They are:

  • Removal of the existing tooth or root;
  • Simultaneous placement of the implant, which will become the root part of the new tooth;
  • Placement of a crown, which will become the part of the new tooth you see in your mouth that sits atop and connects to the implant.

There are a number of issues and steps to consider. First of all, it is quite critical that your broken tooth is removed very carefully so that the tooth socket — the bone that supports the tooth — is not damaged. It will become the receptor site for the dental implant. If any bone from the walls of the socket is damaged or lost, it could lead to unsightly gum recession or the possibility of having to end the procedure rather than risk a poor result.

Secondly, it is critical to place the implant so that it is stable and non-movable in the bone. The bone around an implant heals by fusing to the implant's specialized titanium surface by a process called osseointegration (“osseo” – bone; “integrate” – fusion with). The tooth socket of an upper front tooth is cone-shaped, and generally the only way to stabilize an implant is to penetrate the apex (pointed end) of the socket and affix it to the bone in this area. It's almost like placing a screw into a previously drilled wooden hole that is too large; the only way to stabilize the screw is by engaging the wood beyond the screw's original length and width. However, when the implant is properly and carefully placed, the bone will grow, traversing the remaining gap, and heal by fusing to the implant. Choosing the right-sized implant for this situation and making sure that it is placed in exactly the right position are both critical to success.

- See more at: http://www.deardoctor.com/inside-the-magazine/issue-23/same-day-tooth-replacement-with-dental-implants/#sthash.uwObLqxF.dpuf

our understanding is correct, and yes there are some potential risks to go with the definite benefits of an immediate (permanent) tooth replacement with a dental implant and crown. There are three parts to the procedure that the dentist/team needs to consider in making this treatment successful, which includes how you will look with your new tooth in the early healing phase. They are:

  • Removal of the existing tooth or root;
  • Simultaneous placement of the implant, which will become the root part of the new tooth;
  • Placement of a crown, which will become the part of the new tooth you see in your mouth that sits atop and connects to the implant.

There are a number of issues and steps to consider. First of all, it is quite critical that your broken tooth is removed very carefully so that the tooth socket — the bone that supports the tooth — is not damaged. It will become the receptor site for the dental implant. If any bone from the walls of the socket is damaged or lost, it could lead to unsightly gum recession or the possibility of having to end the procedure rather than risk a poor result.

Secondly, it is critical to place the implant so that it is stable and non-movable in the bone. The bone around an implant heals by fusing to the implant's specialized titanium surface by a process called osseointegration (“osseo” – bone; “integrate” – fusion with). The tooth socket of an upper front tooth is cone-shaped, and generally the only way to stabilize an implant is to penetrate the apex (pointed end) of the socket and affix it to the bone in this area. It's almost like placing a screw into a previously drilled wooden hole that is too large; the only way to stabilize the screw is by engaging the wood beyond the screw's original length and width. However, when the implant is properly and carefully placed, the bone will grow, traversing the remaining gap, and heal by fusing to the implant. Choosing the right-sized implant for this situation and making sure that it is placed in exactly the right position are both critical to success.

- See more at: http://www.deardoctor.com/inside-the-magazine/issue-23/same-day-tooth-replacement-with-dental-implants/#sthash.uwObLqxF.dpuf
Those who have lost all of their teeth — or are soon to have their last, failing teeth removed — have several options for tooth replacement. One of the most advanced and reliable techniques is to permanently attach lifelike prosthetic (new replacement) teeth to dental implants that are anchored in the jawbone. Implant-supported teeth look and function just like real teeth, and are maintained with the same oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing. They provide important health benefits (described is this article). And while dental implants are relatively expensive, a newer procedure that also provides functional teeth on the same day implant surgery is performed has brought the cost down and put this beneficial technology within the reach of many. Implant-supported teeth allow normal function of the whole stomatognathic system (“stomato” – mouth; “gnathic” – jaws) including the nerves, muscles and jaw joints. By permanently replacing missing teeth — and lost gum tissues — implant-supported teeth restore the support of the facial structures (cheeks and lips), thereby creating a more youthful appearance as well as the ability to function normally. This includes chewing tough foods, eating fresh fruits and vegetables, laughing, kissing, speaking confidently, and smiling with joy. - See more at: http://www.deardoctor.com/articles/new-teeth-in-one-day/#sthash.U9uBVqaH.dpuf

Max Arocha D.M.D.

Dr. Arocha graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry with a Doctorate of Dental Medicine degree in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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