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All-on-4 Dental Implants in Plano, TX

We take eating, talking, and smiling for granted until tooth loss makes these simple tasks painful, embarrassing, or hard to do.

At ImageCare Dental Group, our dentists can restore your smile in just one visit with All-on-4® dental implants.

Learn more about All-on-4 implants and why ImageCare Dental Group is the #1 choice in Plano, TX, for this advanced dental procedure.

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Interested in All-on-4 Implants?

Set up a free smile consultation with our extensively educated doctors today to see if this advanced implant procedure will work for you. Use our simple online form or call our office in Plano. We’d love to give you a smile as big as Texas.

What Are All-on-4 Dental Implants?

All-on-4 dental implants involve the surgical anchoring of titanium posts into healthy jawbone tissue to replace missing teeth and support prosthetic restorations. While traditional implants use a post for every missing tooth, All-on-4 only uses just four posts per jaw to replace all of your missing teeth. Here are more beneficial differences between All-on-4 dental implants and traditional ones:

High Success Rate

According to a study published in 2019, All-on-4 procedures have a 99% success rate even after ten years, despite using fewer rods than traditional implants.

Fewer Dental Appointments

Traditional implants require two surgical visits, plus a third to attach the permanent restoration. All-on-4 involves one surgery and one visit to attach the restoration.

Faster Procedure

Since All-on-4 only uses four implanted rods per upper or lower full arch, the procedure takes less time and there are less surgical incisions involved.

Easy On Your Wallet

Fewer surgeries and fewer rods means All-on-4 can cost less than traditional implants. And they rarely require costly extra procedures like bone grafting.

Quicker Recovery

Traditional implants require two healing periods before restorations are placed. With All-on-4, you'll receive your restorations after one healing period of four months.

More Secure Than Dentures

Traditional dentures can move or fall out of your mouth when you talk and eat. All-on-4 implant-supported dentures stay secure and can last for years with proper care.

A Healthy Smile Can Be Life-Changing

All-on-4 dental implants may be just what you need if you are missing an entire arch of teeth. Imagecare Dental Group in Plano, TX, can provide you with a temporary restoration after the four strategically positioned dental implants have been placed. That means you can have a denture as stable as natural teeth in just one visit to the dentist’s office.

Want Your Smile Back?

Doctors Steven Thompson, Anna Lynn Pappas, Amanda Swanson, and the ImageCare Dental team have performed over 50,000 advanced dentistry procedures, including thousands of dental implant procedures like All-on-4. This makes them the most experienced, highly-trained dentists in the Plano, TX, area. Our dentists are also proudly affiliated with the International College of Oral Implantologists.

Here are more reasons why you should choose ImageCare Dental Group for your All-on-4 implants and other dentistry needs:

Patient Focused

Our doctors provide individualized dental care to patients of all ages. In fact, our patients frequently say how much they appreciate our entire staff's gentle and compassionate approach to dental care.

Latest Implant Technology

Using digital X-rays, 3-D CT scans, SIMPLANT® digital planning software, and the Chrome™ implant-placement guided system, we can place All-on-4 implants faster, safer, and more precisely.

Locally Owned

We're not a corporate dentistry chain staffed by young, inexperienced dentists with monthly quotas. We're a 5-star, Google reviewed, highly-credentialed local business that's been serving Plano since 1979.

24/7 Emergency Care

We're here when you need us. Break a tooth? Severe pain? Crown pops out? Contact us and we'll get back to you ASAP.

Comfortable and Inviting

Our staff is friendly, the coffee's hot, and our centralized location is easy-to-find and convenient.

Sedation Dentistry

We are fully certified in administering IV, oral, and nitrous oxide sedation to help anxious patients relax during procedures.

A Full Youthful Smile Begins With a Free Consultation

You do not have to live with missing teeth or continue to struggle with an uncomfortable, poor-fitting denture. All-on-4 has helped thousands of people regain a fully functional smile, and you can be next. Take the first step. Send a message to our office in Plano, TX. You can also request an appointment conveniently online or by calling 972-618-5000.

Procedure Timeline

Before you schedule your procedure, you’ll come in for a planning appointment to have digital x-rays and 3D scans taken so your restoration will look and function as much like your natural teeth as possible. We can also use imaging technology to show you what your future smile will look like.

1st Appointment

At your first appointment, numbing anesthetic or sedation will be safely administered to keep you comfortable and relaxed.

Surgical Placement

Titanium dental implants will be placed into your jawbone through small incisions using our digital guidance technology.


Temporary dentures will be attached to the implants so you can chew and smile during the healing process, which lasts around four months.


Healthy bone will fuse around the dental implants, securing them in your jaw. Follow your dentist's instructions and avoid alcohol and smoking, which could affect the healing process.

2nd Appointment

At your second appointment, the temporary dentures will be removed and your new, customized dentures will be securely attached to the implants. Now you can show Plano, TX, your new smile.

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Benefits of Replacing Missing Teeth With Implants

Millions of people lose their teeth due to age, disease, injury, or poor oral health care. Here’s why you should consider All-on-4 dental implants to replace missing teeth:

  • Improves Oral Health: All-on-4 not only replaces missing or decaying teeth, but the rods themselves encourage healthy jaw tissue growth, which helps prevent bone loss.
  • Improves Eating and Diet: Replacing missing front and back teeth with implants makes it easier to eat healthy, crunchy foods like nuts, fresh fruits, or raw veggies.
  • Improves Speaking: Your tongue works with your teeth to pronounce certain sounds. Replacing missing teeth can help you speak more clearly.
  • Improves Your Mood: Having a bright, healthy, and complete smile can boost a person’s self-confidence, leading to more personal and professional success.

Healing and Aftercare

Before you leave our Plano office, we will provide you with all the instructions you need while you heal. If you experience symptoms such as significant pain, swelling, or excessive bleeding, please call our Plano office immediately.

Following implant placement, your gums will begin to heal and the implants will fuse to the jawbone in a process called osseointegration. It is normal to expect some discomfort for a few days following your procedure. Here are a few tips to help make your healing period as smooth as possible:

Eat a Soft Diet

For at least a few days, eat a soft diet to minimize any possible irritation to the implant site.

Take Medications

Your doctor may prescribe medications to help with pain and to prevent infections. Take them as directed. If you are not given a prescription, take over-the-counter pain medications to reduce any discomfort.

Use Ice

Use ice packs on your cheeks to help with swelling and discomfort, which can be expected during the first 48 to 72 hours after surgery.

Maintain Oral Hygiene

Following implant placement, good oral hygiene is important to prevent infections. Brush your teeth as normal, but be especially gentle around the implant site for a few days.

Other Candidacy Requirements

Of course, jawbone density isn’t the only factor that determines your candidacy. To qualify for All-on-4 you should also have:

Good Dental Health

Other than missing teeth, you should have strong, healthy gum, jaw, and tooth structure. If you have periodontal disease, decay, or dental infections, we will first need to address these concerns before we move forward with implants.

Extensive or Complete Tooth Loss

Remember, All-on-4 is intended to replace an entire arch of missing teeth. If you are missing a single tooth or have some remaining healthy teeth, you are likely a better candidate for an implant-supported crown or dental bridge.

Good Overall Health

You must be healthy enough to undergo a surgical procedure to qualify for implants. Patients who smoke or drink alcohol excessively, or have serious illnesses like gum disease or diabetes, may not be good implant candidates until these conditions are treated.

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Can I Qualify for All-on-4 With Bone Recession?

Unlike traditional dental implants, patients can qualify for All-on-4 even if they have sustained a certain amount of jawbone recession. By inserting the implants at an angle, the All-on-4 technique maximizes contact with the bone tissue you have remaining.

This revolutionary approach allows many patients at our Plano office to skip preparatory bone grafting procedures and get started on their implants straight away.

Find Out if You Qualify for All-On-4 Implants

Not sure if you qualify? The first step in your smile restoration journey is an initial consultation with one of our skilled dentists. They will examine your mouth and discuss your oral health history to determine if you qualify for All-on-4 dental implants. Should you need preparatory treatment such as a bone graft, our experienced dentists provide a wide range of general and restorative treatment options to fit your oral health needs. Request a consultation at our Plano, TX, dental practice by contacting us online or by calling us today, 972-618-5000.

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