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Procedure Fee - Lab Work - Complete Evaluation - 3D Tomography - Panoramic x-rays - Medications/Pain, Antibiotic
Airport Pickup - Local Transportation (Hotel - Clinic - Hotel) Travel Planning - Dedicated Patient Coordinator - 24 Hour Support
OG Dental Cost - $19,800
Clear Choice Cost - $33,000 - $ 50,000
Absolutely no one can beat this price for an All-On-4
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All-Inclusive | All-On-4 Procedure (Full Mouth Reconstruction)
$19,800.00US - Total - Payable in 2 payments
Includes 5 Nights Hotel - IV Sedation - Airport Pickup
Local Transportation - 1 Day Costa Rica Tour
$19,800.00 is the final price, there are no other charges related to this procedure.
The All on 4 Procedure is used to rehabilitate the mouth in cases when the patient has already lost all their teeth or the remaining ones are in very bad condition. The All on 4 procedure is completed in two stages.
First Stage: Consists of the following surgical procedures extractions and surgical placement of implants among others. Requires you to fly in on a Sunday and leave late Saturday afternoon.
Six months later you will come back for your second stage of treatment.
Second stage: Consists prosthetic procedure; it is the fabrication of the permanent fixed bridge/teeth which is the Zirconium Bridge. *** You will choose the size, shape and color of your new beautiful bridge/teeth
On both stages, we prefer you arrive on a Sunday so that we may schedule you in on Monday morning and leave on Saturday late afternoon.
The first stage is paid on your first trip and second stage is paid on the second trip.
All on 4 - FIRST STAGE - includes the following
Airport pickup, transportation to all appointments and five nights hotel.
Comprehensive evaluation includes a panoramic x-ray
3D Tomography (required for implant)
Extraction of any remaining teeth (if needed)
Bone Graft and Membrane (if needed)
Four ZIMMER Implants - Fixed temporary acrylic bridge of teeth upper arch
Four ZIMMER Implants - Fixed temporary acrylic bridge of teeth lower arch
Total amount due first stage $12,800 USD includes IV Sedation
All on 4 - SECOND STAGE - includes the following
Permanent Zirconium bridge of teeth - Upper arch
Permanent Zirconium bridge of teeth - Lower arch
Total amount due second stage: $7,000
SINGLE ARCH $10,600 (First stage $7,600 - Second stage $3.000)
OG Dental Cost - $900.00 - Zimmer
Clear Choice Cost - $1,700.00
We have options to fit any budget
Dental implants replace the root of a missing tooth and support a replacement tooth. They can be used to replace a single tooth, a few teeth, or all of your teeth, depending on what you need. A metal, screw-like piece of material is used to replace the root, and ceramic crowns are created to replace the teeth. The finished product is a strong, natural-looking set of teeth that functions similarly to your original teeth.
Implants are completed in two stages:
First Stage: It corresponds to the surgical procedures, such as extractions and surgical placement of implants.
$900 each Zimmer implant
3 to 4 months later you will come back for the second stage of treatment.
Second Stage: This corresponds to the prosthetic procedure; it is the fabrication of the permanent crown over the implant. We offer high-quality crowns from $550 to $750 each Dr. Guzman will go over all options with you in order for you to choose.
Zirconia Dental Crown
We have options to fit any budget
Dental crowns are caps that cover a tooth or a dental implant. Dentists often recommend crowns as a way to support broken, weak, or misshapen teeth.
Dental crowns can also be used to cover up a tooth that’s very worn down or severely discolored. They can also be used in conjunction with bridges to strengthen multiple teeth.
When it comes to the materials that crowns are made of, you have several possible options, including ceramic and metal. Another option that’s now available for some people is a zirconia crown.
Zirconia crowns are made from zirconium dioxide, a very durable type of metal that’s related to titanium, although it’s categorized as a type of ceramic crown.
One of the biggest advantages of zirconia is its strength and durability. Consider how much force your back teeth exert on the food that you chew.
Your crowns need to be made of strong material, so zirconia may be a good choice for crowns in the back of your mouth. Also, because zirconia is so strong, a dentist won’t have to do as much preparation of your tooth.
Zirconia-based crowns fared just as well over the course of 15 years as metal-based crowns, according to a 2017 randomized controlled trial published in the Journal of Dentistry. And crowns made of zirconia, called monolithic zirconia crowns, are especially durable.
Zirconia is the choice of many dentists for its biocompatibility, which means it’s less likely to provoke the body into producing a reaction or immunological response like inflammation.
A 2016 in vitro study Trusted Source confirms this, and it also found only a limited amount of cytotoxicity.
What Are The Benefits of Dental Implants?
Because dental implants are permanent, unlike dentures, you don’t have to worry about taking them in and out, or the risk of them falling out. Your teeth are in place just like your original teeth.
Missing or decayed teeth are not aesthetically pleasing. Often when patients are missing teeth, they are hesitant to smile or even speak. Dental implants will restore your smile, so you don’t have to hide your teeth anymore, restoring your self-esteem.
Better Quality Of Life
With implants, you can eat regularly again without worrying about how hard or crunchy your food is. When you are missing teeth or using dentures, what you can and cannot eat is constantly on your mind. With dental implants, you can eat normally again.
Because dental implants function like regular teeth, you can continue your brushing and flossing routine, keeping your mouth, teeth, and gums healthy. This is difficult to do when you have dentures, which can be detrimental to your oral health. Dental implants allow you to maintain the type of oral care routine to which you are accustomed.