Replacement Teeth in Washington, DC
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For patients suffering from missing teeth or challenging tooth problems, the Dental Implant specialists at Washington Center for Dentistry have the answer for those seeking long-term results and a beautiful, natural new smile. All-on-4 dental implants offer our patients non-removable replacement teeth by placing a complete arch of prosthetic teeth on just 4 dental implants. They are surgically set in at angles and use the best available bone for support. Since the All-on-4 technique is designed to place only 4 implants, which do not typically require bone grafts, they are an ideal choice for patients with low bone density. The implants are comfortable and secure, and patients enjoy a fast recovery.
What Are the Benefits?
- Non-removable teeth
- Immediate-load implants
- Improved esthetic appearance
- Full and immediate function
- Easy eating
- No need for bone-grafting
- Stabilized bone density
- Aesthetic dentistry enhancement
- Improved self-confidence
- Improved quality of life
- Improved oral hygiene
- A customized great smile
Washington Center for Dentistry Reviews
The work on my teeth performed by Dr. Matin exceeded my expectations and led to a 100 percent satisfactory outcome. Dental surgery was remarkably pain free. The level of professionalism by the doctor and his staff is unsurpassed in my experience. I was well briefed and educated on every aspect of my surgery, and the doctor followed up after every step of the surgical process to ensure a favorable outcome. I would highly recommend his services.
Very professional and friendly staff
I have been using this practice since I returned to DC in 1976 and they have always been excellent both technically and in patient comfort and care. I highly recommend all the staff of superb and...
The very best. Scheduling, quality of care, outcomes, high touch professional staff are outstanding, Far over and above other providers.
Soosan did a fantastic job working on my teeth. This was definitely a much more comprehensive treatment than I have ever had. Highly recommend.
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Technology of Implants
What’s the secret to the wondrous All-on-4 dental implants? We owe it all to technology! A CT computerized X-ray of the jaw, along with 3-D dental implant software, helps plan the positions of the implant in the jaw. This technology also allows us to fabricate your new teeth before the actual surgery. This computer-assisted surgery is accurate, safe and less painful.
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The innovative All-on-4 implants procedure gives you the beautiful teeth that you desire and deserve in an easier and quicker process than ever before. Why fuss and mess around with dentures that aren't as great as they're cracked up to be? Why deal with all of the anxiety and fear that slipping dentures can cause? Well, thanks to the highly-experienced dentists at Washington Center for Dentistry, your All-on-4 implants can provide you with stress-free relief. We want you to contact us to schedule your consultation to learn more about All-on-4 implants, and how they can transform your smile and your life.
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All-On-4® Implants FAQs
Is the procedure to get All-On-4 implants painful?
How many office visits will I need to get my All-On-4 implants?
Can anyone get All-On-4 dental implants?
Because of the innovative placement of the implants, almost anyone can be a great candidate for All-On-4 dental implants, even if they've been told they aren't a candidate for traditional dental implants because of a lack of jawbone density. During your consultation, we will examine you to ensure you're a great All-On-4 candidate. Patients that may not be candidates include those who have:
- Uncontrolled diabetes
- Active periodontal disease
- Certain autoimmune disorders
- Very high blood pressure
- Health conditions affecting healing
- A history of poor oral health