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Full Mouth Rehabilitation (All on 4) at Happy Smiles Dental

Transform Your Smile with Advanced Dental Solutions

At Happy Smiles Dental, we understand the profound impact that a healthy, fully functional smile can have on your quality of life. That’s why we’re proud to offer Full Mouth Rehabilitation with the All-on-4 treatment concept, a revolutionary approach designed to provide patients with a complete smile makeover. This procedure not only restores the aesthetics of your smile but also its functionality, using just four dental implants to support an entire arch of teeth.

What is Full Mouth Rehabilitation (All on 4)?

The All-on-4 treatment concept is a surgical and prosthetic medical procedure that provides a permanent, screw-retained, same-day replacement for the entire upper and/or lower set of teeth with a bridge or denture. The procedure is best for patients with significant tooth loss or decay and for people whose bone loss in the jaw area prevents them from getting conventionally oriented (vertical) dental implants.

Benefits of All on 4 Dental Implants

  • Immediate Results: With the All-on-4 procedure, patients can leave the dental office with a full set of teeth the same day surgery is performed.
  • Improved Oral Health: The procedure not only improves the appearance of your smile but also enhances your oral health and functionality.
  • Bone Loss Minimization: By stimulating natural bone growth, this technique helps prevent further bone loss.
  • Long-Term Solution: Offers a durable and permanent solution, with the potential to last a lifetime with proper care.
  • Cost-Effective: When compared to individual implant replacements, All on 4 can be more cost-effective in the long run.

The All on 4 Procedure at Happy Smiles Dental

  • Consultation and Planning: Our team starts with a comprehensive evaluation, including digital scans and X-rays, to determine if you are a candidate for the All-on-4 procedure.
  • Preparation: Any necessary pre-procedure treatments, such as extractions, are performed to prepare your mouth for implant placement.
  • Implant Placement: Four dental implants are strategically placed in areas of the jaw with the most bone. These implants will serve as a secure foundation for your new teeth.
  • Temporary Bridge: A temporary set of teeth is attached to the implants, allowing you to eat and smile confidently almost immediately after surgery.
  • Healing Process: Over the next few months, your implants will fuse with the jawbone, a process known as osseointegration.
  • Permanent Restoration: Once healing is complete, you’ll return to our office to have your permanent, custom-made bridge or denture fitted and secured.

Why Choose Happy Smiles Dental for Your Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

  • Expertise: Our dental professionals are experienced in the All-on-4 procedure, ensuring you receive expert care from start to finish.
  • Advanced Technology: We utilize cutting-edge dental technology for precise implant placement and customized prosthetics.
  • Personalized Care: We understand that each patient’s needs are unique. We provide personalized treatment plans tailored to meet your specific dental goals.
  • Commitment to Comfort: Our team is dedicated to making your experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible, offering sedation options for your relaxation.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

Ready to transform your smile and your life with Full Mouth Rehabilitation (All on 4)? Contact Happy Smiles Dental today to schedule your consultation. Our team is here to guide you through every step of the process, ensuring you achieve the beautiful, functional smile you deserve.

Available Doctors

Dr. Diana Gerov, DDS
Doctor of Dental Surgery

Frequently Asked Questions

  • According to The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), children should receive their first dental checkup between six months and one year of age. This will allow your dentist to confirm the healthy development of your child’s baby teeth. From this point on, regular checkups once every six months should be the norm unless your dentist recommends otherwise.
  • Simply click the book an appointment button on your screen to schedule an appointment at your convenience! Our front desk staff will be happy to hear from you. Please let us know if you are a new patient and we will work with you to make sure that your first appointment goes smoothly and comfortably!
  • Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is one of the most common dental problems—and also one of the most easily treated and avoided. Caused by plaque and bacteria buildup, gum disease can be further aggravated by tobacco use, teeth grinding, and certain medications. Gingivitis is the beginning stage of gum disease, and, if detected, is treatable. Left untreated, however, gum disease can lead to tooth and bone loss. Here are a few common symptoms of gum disease: - Red, irritated, bleeding, or swollen gums - Chronic bad breath - Loose teeth, or loss of teeth - Extreme tooth sensitivity - Receding gum line - Abscessed teeth
  • A cavity is a small hole inside of a tooth caused by tooth decay. Tooth decay is generally caused when plaque builds up outside the tooth and combines with sugar and starches in food ad drinks. This produces an acid that destroys tooth enamel and makes tooth decay possible. Left untreated, cavities can cause serious oral health problems—not to mention quite a deal of pain! The best way to prevent cavities is by regular brushing, flossing, and dental checkups.
  • - Brush your teeth a minimum of two times per day. - Just as importantly, floss at least once! - Use toothpaste that contains fluoride in order to help prevent cavities. - Avoid foods with a lot of sugar, as sugar increases the amount bacteria in your mouth. - Avoid tobacco, as it stains your teeth and greatly increases your risk for oral cancer. - Brush your tongue in order to remove food particles, reduce bacteria, and keep your breath smelling fresh. - Change your toothbrush every three months. - Schedule a routine checkup with your dentist every six months, even if your teeth feel fine!
  • As mentioned above, the general consensus (which is also promoted by the American Dental Association) states that most adults and children should visit the dentist twice per year—roughly once every six months. However, it is important to remember that patients who are at a greater risk for oral cancer or gum disease may need to visit the dentist more often. The only way to be certain about your individual needs is to speak with a dentist.
  • Choosing a dentist is a personal decision that should be made based upon your dental needs, as well as your personal values. Here are a few of the reasons we believe that Digital Dental Arts is the best choice for our patients. - Convenient scheduling options. - Central location right off the Union Turnpike in Queens. - State-of- the-Art facility. - Special attention to making our patients feel comfortable. - Attention to preventative care and the development of good dental habits. - Straightforward payment process and willingness to work with insurance companies.
  • The general medical consensus affirms that the average patient should see the dentist roughly once every six months. Unfortunately, many people do not take this seriously because they do not understand the importance of dental checkups. Here are a few reasons why visiting the dentist is important. - Defends against tooth decay - Lowers your risk of chronic bad breath. - Protects against gum disease, (known professionally as Periodontal Disease.) - Lowers your risk of tooth and bone loss - Eliminate the stains that develop inevitably due to food, drinks, and tobacco - Strengthens your teeth, which can improve the quality of your life for years to come. - Helps you look and feel your best, knowing that you have a healthier and more attractive smile!
  • Absolutely! Although you may be seeing your orthodontist regularly, it is still very important that you see your dentist regularly. In fact, it is especially important that you receive regular cleaning, as braces can trap food and particles in a manner that is difficult for regular brushing to remove. This can increase your risk of many oral conditions. Dental checkups will allow your dentist to work closely with your orthodontist to make sure that your mouth stays clean and healthy while wearing braces.
  • As the name suggests, fillings are used to fill cavities after they have been treated. Here are a few important facts about fillings that all patients should know: - Receiving a filling is generally painless due to anesthetics. - Fillings are made from specially chosen materials designed to be safe and comfortable. - If you think you might need a filling, contact your dentist as soon as possible.