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All On Four Dental Implants in Barrie

A minimally invasive solution for full- arch restoration , with patient satisfaction in mind.





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restorative dentistry



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Benefits of the All-on-Four dental implants in Barrie

High Success Rate: The titanium implants used in All-on-Four treatment are placed in your jawbone which helps to preserve the structural integrity of the jawbone. This gives your face a better-looking structure over the years.

This dental implant procedure is done using an innovative system that is designed to give you a brand new set of teeth in just one sitting. It’s less costly and not as time-consuming as other implant procedures. Your smile can look whole again in a single session.

No Grafting is Needed: This procedure is known to have shorter treatment times as the titling of posterior implants prevents the need to perform the time-consuming bone grafting process. Not only does this concept offer long-term results but is also least costly compared to other implant treatment procedures. Many patients with failed dentition are good candidates for the All-on-Four treatment.

Much Better-Looking Dentures: A full mouth of teeth allows you to speak without being conscious, chew and digest food properly. This treatment allows the individual to have a new lease of life without the complications of dentures that can slip off or ruin your confidence.  The implants are secured to your jawbone so there’s no risk of having an embarrassing moment. You just take care of them like your natural teeth. It’s amazing how one treatment can boost your overall quality of life.

Are you a candidate for All on Four Dental Implants?

All-on-Four dental implants are not suitable for everyone. If you are missing a tooth or you have deteriorated teeth, getting individual implants would be a better solution.

However, your dentist may recommend All-On-Four implants if you meet any of the following circumstances:

  • If you miss several teeth on the lower or upper jawbone
  • If you have several damaged teeth on the lower or upper jawbone
  • If you experience discomfort when wearing dentures
  • If you’re planning on replacing your dentures to get a more permanent and comfortable solution

All-on-Four Treatment

The Process

All-On-Four concept

All-On-Four Concept

The All-On-Four dental treatment was first introduced by Dr. Paulo Malo in 1998 When he successfully treated his first patient. In 2004, Nobel Biocare launched the All-on-Four treatment concept. Since then, this cost-efficient, graftless procedure has been used to treat thousands of patients with fixed full-arch restorations.

The All-On-Four concept uses two straight anterior implants as well as two implants tilted up to 45 degrees in the posterior. The posterior implants are tilted to utilize available bone and avoid grafting. The 4 implants are secured to the lower or upper jaw. The implants are then used to attach a new set of replacement teeth that give you a brand new smile.

In this procedure, there’s no need to place one titanium implant after another for each missing tooth. This helps to reduce the cost and time spent on dental implant procedures. The process is often less painful than the removable dentures or standard implants. The best part is, the patient walks out of the dental clinic feeling more confident with a full set of natural-looking teeth. The quick and seamless procedure must be done by highly experienced and licensed dentists to bring out the best results.

We are a Family Friendly Practice


At Molson Park Dental Office, we provide family dentistry services. Toronto and Barrie dentist, Dr. Adam Chapnick works with every child to build trust and comfort through the entire dental visit process.


We are a Family Friendly Practice

At Molson Park Dental Office, we provide family dentistry services. Toronto and Barrie dentist, Dr. Adam Chapnick works with every child to build trust and comfort through the entire dental visit process.


Can you eat anything you like after the surgery?

While some people will go on to eat what they prefer after surgery, it’s recommended that you watch what you eat immediately after the procedure as the new teeth are yet to settle in. Your dentist will advise regarding this.

Will I be sedated during the procedure?

For the procedure to be relaxing and comfortable for you, conscious sedation is required. This helps to minimize pain and recover quickly after, unlike full sedation.

How do I take care of my new teeth after surgery?

Your dentist will give aftercare instructions during your visit. Typically, your new teeth should be treated just like the rest of your natural teeth. You’ll need to brush two to three times a day for at least 2 minutes each time. The new teeth will also need professional cleaning two times a year.

Will the teeth be extracted at the same time?

Dentists usually prefer performing the extractions on the same day as the dental implantation. This is done to reduce bone loss. If you wait too long after a tooth extraction to have the implants, the jawbone structure may change making the implantation procedure more complex.

Is the procedure painful?

There’s only slight pain or discomfort involved in this procedure. Any pain or bleeding should subside in about 3 days.

How will your new teeth look like?

If you have an ideal smile, bring it to your dentist during the consultation so that he/she can try to include as many aesthetic characteristics as possible without compromising on quality. Your dentist will also show you photos of previous patients who’ve had a similar surgery done to help you envision your new set of teeth.

How many implants should be used?

The number of implants that are ideal for the patient depends on their unique situation. Every case is unique and hence the dentist will recommend what’s suitable for you. If you choose 6 implants, you may require bone grafting which costs more money than just having 4 implants.

How long does it take for the implants to fuse with the jawbone?

It takes about 4 to 7 months for the standard implants to osseointegrate with the jawbone. However, with this procedure, the implants are already connected to a titanium bar which helps to enhance stability. This means that the patient can enjoy a full set of new teeth immediately after the surgery is done.

How long will the procedure take?

The procedure usually takes a few hours to be completed. The time may vary from patient to patient. The dentist may start by taking some CT scans and x-rays. For some patients, tooth extractions must be done first after which the titanium implants are inserted and temporary teeth are then placed. These temporary teeth are later replaced by permanent teeth.

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