Full Mouth Dental Implants
At Revive Dental, our focus is providing life changing full mouth dental implants to all of our patients at an affordable cost.
What Are Full Mouth Dental Implants?
Full mouth dental implants are also called all-on-4 dental implants, denture implants, or permanent dentures. Full mouth dental implants replace an entire row or both rows of teeth. Four to eight dental implants are placed below the gum line depending on your overall oral health, gums, and bone density. Once healed, an entire row of permanent teeth is attached to the implants. Gone are the days of difficult eating with dentures. Full mouth dental implants look and feel extremely natural, making them the superior option for replacing teeth. At Revive Dental we provide you with two complimentary consultations for dental implants.
If you are missing teeth, full mouth dental implants may be the best solution for you. Use the link below to explore our dental implant focused website and learn more about this solution for replacing your missing teeth.
Free Second Opinion
When it comes to dental procedures seeking a second opinion can give you the peace of mind you need. At Revive Dental, we offer a free second opinion to help you make informed decisions about your dental care. Our team of professionals will provide you with a honest assessment of your needs. We understand that dental procedures can be stressful and expensive, which is why we want to make sure that you feel comfortable with your treatment plan. Don’t hesitate to contact us for a free second opinion today!
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
Financing Your Smile
At Revive Dental, we want you to enjoy the healthy, complete smile you deserve without stressing about finances. Cost can play an influential role, but it does not need to keep you from a pain-free life. Payments as low as $300/month through Proceed Financial may be possible depending on your credit score. Learn more by following the link below.
Are Full Mouth Dental Implants Painful?
At Revive Dental, IV sedation is used during your procedure so you’re relaxed and feel no pain. It’s also common that you’ll have little to no memory of the procedure. After the procedure and once the numbness is gone, you may experience some discomfort and soreness. You may experience some aches and pain during the first week following the surgery, but we will prescribe pain medication to help you manage any pain.