All on 4 Dental Implants Houston2021-11-22T14:18:07+00:00

The All On 4 implants or All On 6 procedure is now considered the optimal solution for those who have experienced losing their natural teeth in their upper or lower jaw. It is our goal to provide All On 4 dental implants in Houston with the lowest cost and better oral health in mind.

The benefits of All On 4 dental implant procedure include:

  • Permanently secured teeth as nature intended
  • Dental implants and replacement in one procedure
  • Restoration of biting/chewing ability
  • Your new smile will look natural and beautiful
  • No covered upper palate (as with dentures)
  • No messy dental adhesives
  • The procedure is done under gentle anesthesia
  • Minimal recovery time
  • All the work is done in-office

All On 4 Dental Implants step by step procedures for missing teeth:

PHASE 1: Come in for a complimentary, stress-free, initial consultation to see if you are good candidate for our All On Four dental Implants. We will take the necessary X-Rays and 3D scans needed to evaluate bone density and other factors during this visit. At the end of your appointment, we will present you with a comprehensive treatment plan.

PHASE 2: Today is your big day! In a single procedure, under gentle IV Sedation, we will remove any remaining teeth, address gum disease, place 4-6 dental implants, and finally secure a beautiful set of new, temporary teeth to the implants. Prepare for an emotional moment when you see your new smile for the very first time. Note: patients are required to have someone drive them home.

PHASE 3: Your new smile is already rock solid and you’re enjoying biting, chewing, speaking, and laughing again with total confidence. At the same time, your bones and gum tissue are adjusting to the dental implants and your new teeth. Over several months we ask you to come in for a checkup to make sure everything is going well. Finally, we’ll take impressions and fabricate a final dental restoration that is much stronger than the temporary teeth you’ve been wearing. These custom-made teeth will look even better and are built to last a lifetime.


Many individual factors go into each patient’s treatment plan. Will your case require grafts or sinus lifts? Will you need just 4 dental implants or more? Will we need to extract teeth as part of the procedure? Which type of material will you select for your permanent teeth? All of these questions can be answered through a consultation with Dr. Pournik.

What is the recovery time for All On 4 implants?2021-11-17T17:00:31+00:00

Immediately following your surgery, you will have to take pain medication to minimize your initial discomfort. We recommend taking at least one to two days off from work. During the first several weeks, we recommend an all-liquid diet to avoid chewing and for the implants to fuse better with your jawbone.

What can All On 4 dental implants accomplish?2021-11-17T17:00:31+00:00

All On 4 can completely restore an entire arch of teeth in one sitting. This simplifies the surgical procedures and cuts down on recovery time.

How much do All On 4 dental implants cost in Houston?2021-11-17T17:00:31+00:00

In Houston, Texas, All On 4 dental implants cost approximately between $15000 and $35000 per arch.

How do I keep my All On 4 dental implants clean?2021-11-17T17:00:31+00:00

There is a different routine for keeping your All On 4 dental implants clean, and you will have to pay close attention to the gum area. The steps to follow: 1) use a water flosser 2) don’t forget to brush 3) use a rubber tip gum stimulator 4) sulcus brush.

What are All On 4 dental implants?2021-11-17T17:00:31+00:00

All On 4 implants are considered semi-permanent replacements. Using the state-of-the-art dental implant technique, the implants themselves can last a lifetime when carefully managed, while the replacement denture will last a minimum of eight years, and usually much longer. All On 4 dental implants include several key elements: 1)4 dental implants in the jaw which serve as the anchoring points. 2) 4 abutments above the gum to mount the replacement teeth. 3) full replacement teeth rows. 4) Retaining screw to connect the denture to the abutments and implants.

Dr Hedieh Pournik

Houston’s Affordable Cosmetic Dentist

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