Full Mouth Dental Implants at 4M Dental

Full Mouth Dental Implants

Your smile is your calling card, your first impression, a feature that sets you apart. People you meet remember your smile—good or bad.

If your smile isn’t what you want it to be, through an accident, or genes, or poor dental care, and if you’ve done a little research, you’ve probably discovered most people—dentists and patients alike—think no other option looks, feels, and functions more like natural teeth than the 4M Dental’s full mouth dental implants.

With as few as four implants, our doctors can replace an entire arch of teeth.

What this means for you is a minimally invasive, shorter surgery, and a beautiful, natural-looking smile.

The unique placement of the implants makes this treatment possible for those with thin and weakened jaw bones.

4M Full Mouth Dental Implants are the gold standard of dental implants, a specialized dental implant solution for missing or failing teeth. In a matter of hours, 4M will give you a brand new, healthy, strong, permanent smile.

It’s more than just NEW TEETH – It’s a NEW LIFE!
full mouth dental implants at 4M Dental Implant Center
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Leaders In Full Mouth Dental Implants

Dr. Sean and the team at 4M Dental Implant Center are the recognized leaders in full mouth dental implants.

With over 50 years combined experience and thousands of implants placed, you are in the right hands. 

Dr. Sean is the founder and lead educator at 4M Institute. Dentists from around the world come to 4M Institute to learn the 4M Full-Mouth Dental Implant procedure from our doctors.

If you are looking for experience, look no further.

Are You A Candidate For Full Mouth Dental Implants?

A healthy jaw bone is the foundation needed for dental implants. If you’ve been in dentures for years, if you’ve been a long time smoker, or you’ve gone without teeth for a while, chances are you’re left with a thinning jaw bone.

In the past, patients like you would not have been candidates for dental implants. But there’s good news! The 4M Dental Implant solution solves this problem by maximizing the minimal remaining bone. 

By strategically placing as few as four implants in the upper and lower jaws, an entire arch of teeth can be permanently secured. Your new teeth are attached to the implants which are screwed into your jaw, thus becoming ‘real’ teeth.


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Teeth In One Day

With full mouth dental implants, we can restore your smile in a matter of hours.

You will walk into one of our 4M Dental Implant Centers with missing or failing teeth and leave the same day with a brand new, sparkling smile. We call this Teeth In One Day.

Zygoma/Pterygoid Implants

Many patients have been told that they are not a candidate for full mouth dental implants (also known as All On X, All on 4, full arch dental implants, and whole mouth dental implants), due to insufficient bone available in their jaw.

However, there are alternative full mouth dental implant procedures they may not be aware of. This is mostly due to the scarcity of surgeons trained in the alternative approaches to dental implants.

Dr. Sean is proudly trained in zygoma and pterygoid implants, giving hope to those who have been turned away from traditional implants.

Zygomatic and Pterygoid implants are used in situations where the patient and doctor wish to limit the amount of grafting necessary to achieve a non-removable appliance in the upper jaw, if there is insufficient bone for traditional implants.

These longer, modified implants anchor into the Zygomatic bone (cheek bone) or pterygoid bone (bone in the skull at the back of the upper jawbone).

They are designed to achieve a high level of primary stability, allowing patients with severe bone loss to have a fixed, non-removable prothesis fitted immediately after surgery, avoiding the average 9–12 months wait and multiple surgeries requiring grafting.

Immediate function with zygomatic and pterygoid implants has other benefits besides a shorter treatment time, such as fewer clinical visits and less invasiveness compared with grafting procedures.

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