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What is All On Four Dental Implant Treatment?

One of the dental implant techniques is All On Four Implant. With this method, four implants are placed in the lower and upper jawbones, and the dental prosthesis made as a whole is placed on it. With the All On Four implant procedure, you will have a prosthesis that you can use daily, like your original teeth. With this procedure, tooth replacement is performed with the implant, you can do your eating, speaking, and other daily tasks more comfortably.

It is a reliable procedure as it is an implant treatment that has been used for years. The procedure time is shorter and more economical compared to other implant procedures. There is no need to create a bone graft (What is bone graft? : ), and it is an implant treatment that you will not be toothless during the procedure.

What are the Advantages of All On Four Treatment?

It is an implant study with a very low failure rate,

Since the prosthesis is placed on the implants used more strongly, it does not slip,

Procedure time is shorter than other implant studies,

Less pain is felt as the treatment period is short,

In All On Four procedure, since the implants are placed in non-tooth areas, the unlost teeth are preserved,

Implants are strong and long-lasting; they are used in a healthy way for years,

Since the dentures will look like original teeth, you will be able to use them in your daily life without any problems. You will eat and talk very comfortably,

It can be applied to the patient,

The patient does not remain toothless during the period,

Since the implant procedure will not be necessary for all teeth, the cost is low,

Since four implants are applied to the lower and upper jaws, it does not harm the patient’s oral structure,

There are no complaints, such as the prosthesis sinking and hitting,

There are no complications, such as nausea and vomiting,

Since the prosthesis is based on implants applied to the jaw, getting used to it is both easy and short-term,

Since implants are not applied to areas with jaw bone loss, bone grafting is not needed,

All On Four implant procedure is performed by prioritizing the patients’ taste and speech, as well as the function and posture of the teeth,

It is an procedure that can be applied to patients of all ages,

It is a form of implant treatment that is also applied to patients with osteoporosis,

It is a suitable procedure for patients who cannot adapt to removable prostheses,

As with other prostheses, it is not necessary to remove the prosthesis for cleaning,

It can be applied in most patients without the need for advanced surgical intervention,

Who Can Be Applied to the All On Four Implant Technique?

Under all circumstances, the correct decision can be made after the examination by the Specialist Dentist. In addition, there are general and special conditions for applying All On Four implant treatment.


Have completed the age of 18,

Completed jaw and face development,

Good general health,

No wound healing problem,

The jawbone is suitable for implant procedure,

It is applied to every patient.


Those who have lost all of their teeth,

Those who want the remaining teeth to be preserved in patients who have lost most of their teeth,

Those with healthy gums (applied to those who do not have healthy gums after gum treatment),

Those whose jawbone is suitable for implant procedure (it is done after bone grafting in those who have weak and insufficient jawbone),

Patients who have eating and drinking problems, cannot consume the foods they want, and have speech problems while using a removable prosthesis,

Those who are looking for economical implant treatment,

Those who do not have risky chronic diseases (for diabetes, high blood pressure patients, opinions should be exchanged with specialist physicians),

Patients who do not smoke excessively,

All On Four Implant procedure can be done.

How is All On Four Implant Dental Treatment Performed?

All On Four Implant Procedure is carried out in 4 stages;

Our Specialist Dentists examine the patient’s jawbone structure, gum health, and the condition of the teeth in the mouth if any. In this process, radiological tools can also be used. Our dentist evaluates whether the patient is suitable for the implant.

The mouth measurements of the patient are taken by our physicians using radiology devices and tomography devices. In the same way, the thickness of the bone is measured, and it is decided whether a bone graft is needed. Prosthesis is made by the measurements taken.

Implant procedure is performed under local or general anesthesia according to the patient’s condition. General anesthesia may be preferred in patients with high blood pressure and anxiety disorders. If there are teeth that need to be extracted, the teeth are extracted first. If the bone loss caused by tooth extraction is not enough to prevent the treatment, implant placement is started immediately. If bone loss is excessive, a bone graft is added. Wait until recovery is achieved. Local or general anesthesia is applied to the patient. The necessary spaces are opened for the implant in the jawbone. Gums are closed by placing implants in the gaps. The anterior implants are placed at an angle of 90 degrees, and the posterior implants at an angle of 45 degrees. Placing a temporary dental prosthesis on the implants prevents the patient from being toothless during the treatment. The fusion and healing of the implants to the jawbone vary between 2-6 months.

After the implants fuse to the jawbone and heal, the temporary prosthesis is removed. The permanent prosthesis, which is manufactured in accordance with the patient, is mounted on the implants. Local anesthesia is not needed during the mounting of the permanent prosthesis, and the patient does not feel pain during this procedure.

After this stage, you must comply with the control program given to you by our dentists. Healthy and regular check-ups will extend the life of your implants.

What Should Be Considered After All On Four Treatment?

In order to accelerate the healing process after All On Four Implant procedure and to use permanent prostheses most efficiently, the following points should be considered;

After the procedure, nothing should be consumed for two hours, then juicy and soft foods can be preferred,
Bleeding may occur after the implant and temporary prosthesis procedure, and the bleeding can be stopped with a light intervention. It should not spit out when there is bleeding; spitting will increase bleeding.
There may be pain after implant placement. You can use painkillers recommended by your dentist,
It will take several weeks for the implants to fuse with the bone. The implants will fuse with the bone to become stronger. In this process, you must follow your dentist’s recommendations,
The head must be kept elevated to avoid swelling and bruising on the face after the procedure,
In the first few days, the jaw muscles should be used as little as possible,
Dental and oral care should not be done on the first day,
Mouth and teeth should be cleaned with mouthwash 36 hours after the treatment,
In the first week, foods should be consumed warm due to sensitivity in the teeth,
During the temporary prosthesis period, it should be fed soft foods,
The facial area should be protected from possible impacts until permanent prostheses are fitted; these impacts may adversely affect the success of the treatment,
Smoking and alcohol use should be suspended for a while,
Do not clean the dentures as much as possible, and do not use hot water while cleaning; dentures may be deformed,
You need to go to check-ups regularly,
Do not use hard materials for prosthesis cleaning,
Do not remove your dentures frequently, be very careful when putting the removed dentures into place. If you are not careful while placing the prostheses in place, the healthy use and life of the prostheses may be shortened with loosening around the implants,
Do not put as much load on your jaw as possible in the first days. Prefer soft foods, try not to use your dentures too much,
In case of an unexpected situation, you should consult your dentist.
You should visit your dentist every six months.

Are All on 4 Dental Implants removable?

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No. The All-on-4 Dental Implant System is not removable. This revolutionary technology aims to restore an entire arch with just four strategically-placed dental implants – giving superior stability and functionality while simultaneously eliminating the need for the removal of prosthetic teeth.

Are All on 4 Dental Implants permanent?

Yes, All-on-4 dental implants offer a permanent solution to replacing missing teeth. The All-on-4 technique involves strategically implanting four dental implants into your jawbone so they can support an entire arch replacement prosthesis that provides full functionality of teeth replacement. Implants made of biocompatible materials like titanium can fuse over time to the jawbone for an enduring foundation for artificial teeth replacements.

With proper care and regular dental exams, All-on-4 implants can last decades, even lifetimes with proper maintenance – providing individuals seeking full and functional smile restoration an excellent long-term option. However, occasional adjustments or replacements may become necessary due to normal wear-and-tear or changes to oral cavity structures over time; nevertheless, they were intended as durable permanent solutions from their inception.

What is the All On Six Implant?

The All On Six Implant Technique is a complete dental prosthesis procedure placed on a titanium implant fixed to the lower and upper jawbone. In other words, the All On Six Implant Technique is a tooth regeneration operation performed to eliminate the effect of edentulism by mounting 6 implants in the lower and upper jaw with screw retention. Thanks to our dentists, who are experts in their fields, our patients have an aesthetic smile, comfortable speaking ability, and teeth with high biting and chewing ability at a more economical cost thanks to the All On Six Implant procedure.

What are the advantages of the All On Six Implant technique?

All on six implants are long-lasting.

It is a fixed and permanent implant that adapts to the jawbone.

There is no upper age limit for practicing in patients with stable health status.

Procedure time is short.

Provides a natural-looking smile.

Easily applied to patients with low bone volume (no need for bone grafting).

Thanks to the 6 implants applied to the jawbone, the biting and chewing abilities of the teeth increase.

It offers a fast healing process compared to full mouth implant treatment.

Nausea-type side effects experienced in full dental prosthesis procedure are not encountered in all on six.

It is economical compared to full mouth implant treatment.

Personalized treatment is applied.

Problems related to the implant are eliminated beforehand and applied.

Self-confidence problems are eliminated by improving the speaking abilities of the patients.

During the treatment process, the patient does not remain toothless in any way.

As with other types of implants, advanced surgical procedures are not required, and a solution is achieved with a single surgical procedure.

Provides easy tooth flow and cleaning.

Who is the All On Six Implant technique applied?

 All On Six Implant technique, patients who have lost most or all of their teeth in the lower or upper jaw,

 Patients who are dissatisfied with their current dental prostheses and have compliance problems,

 Patients who have to change their unusable and problematic prostheses frequently,

 Patients with low bone density who do not need bone grafting,

 Patients who do not want to use full dentures, which we call dentures,

All on six implant technique is applied.

Who needs help to apply the All On Six implant technique?

Anyone can have this treatment. However, patients with the following conditions:

Bone resorption patients,

People who have had cortisone treatment and are still on treatment,

Those who are pregnant,

Alcohol and drug addicts,

Those who receive radiotherapy treatment in the head and neck,

Diabetes patients (make sure to see your doctor),

Patients with heart disease (make sure to see your doctor),

Patients with high blood pressure (make sure to see your doctor),

Those who have blood clotting problems (you should definitely see your doctor) should decide on this procedure after the doctor’s control.

What are the stages of the procedure of the All On 6 Implant technique?

First Stage: Preliminary Examination

Second Stage: Modeling

Third Stage: Implantation

Fourth Stage: Attaching the Temporary Prosthesis

Fifth Stage: Attaching the Permanent Prosthesis

How is the All On Six Implant technique applied?

Preliminary examination of the patient is performed by our specialist dentists in our clinic in a very comfortable environment and using medical imaging methods. At the same time, information about the patient, chronic diseases, smoking, and alcohol use is also collected.

Our specialist dentist prepares a precise mouth measurement for the prosthesis to be prepared for our patient. These measurements are sent to the prosthesis production center.

If the patient has teeth to be extracted, they are extracted. Bone graft is generally not needed in the All On Six Implant Technique. If such an procedure is needed (a long time has passed since tooth extraction), our specialist dentist will apply bone graft in the most appropriate way.

Local anesthesia is applied to our patient by specialist maxillofacial surgeons. In some patients (extreme fear, anxiety disorder, etc.), sedative drugs and general anesthesia can be applied. The patient’s gums are cut, and six implants are placed in the holes opened in the jaw bones. Anterior implants are placed at an angle of 90º and posterior implants at an angle of 45º. Although this process in both jaws varies from patient to patient, it takes an average of 2-3 hours.

After the implants are placed, a temporary prosthesis is attached to the patient, so they do not become toothless during the treatment. During this period, it is expected that the patient’s gums will heal and the implants will adapt to the jawbone and be fixed.

Although it varies from patient to patient, the patient’s examination is performed by our specialist dentist within 3-5 months. After the implants’ expected healing, adaptation, and fixation to the jawbone, the temporary prosthesis is removed, and the permanent prosthesis is mounted after an average of 2 hours of the second session.

The recovery process after the procedure of the All On Six Implant technique?

Until a few hours after the implant procedure, our patients should not eat or drink anything, wait for the effect of local anesthesia to wear off,

Sensitivity may occur in the teeth after the treatment; care should be taken not to eat or drink hot or cold,

Pain may occur in your jawbone and gums; you should use painkillers recommended by our physician,

During the treatment, alcohol, and cigarette use should be suspended,

For the implants to adapt to the jawbone, watery and non-chewing foods should be consumed,

Antibiotic drugs recommended by our specialist dentists should be used against the risk of infection,

Slight swelling and bleeding in the operated parts within a few days are normal.

Hard foods should not be consumed during the treatment,

You should brush your teeth regularly in line with the recommendation of your dentist,

Consult our physicians in case of long-term swelling, pain, and bleeding.

What are the differences between the All On Six Implant technique and the All On Four implant technique?

Both implants are similar in terms of procedure. However;

Since six implants are placed in the jawbone in the All On Six Implant procedure and 4 implants are placed in the All On Four procedure, the ability to bite and chew will be higher in the All On Six implant procedure.

The cost of All On Four Implant procedure is lower.

Since the temporary prosthesis is attached to the patient during the All On Six Implant procedure, the patient does not remain toothless during the treatment.

The prostheses are fixed and stronger in the All On Six Implant procedure.

The half prosthesis is used in All On Four Implant procedure, while a fully placed prosthesis is used in All On Six Implant procedure.

Potential Risks and Complications of All-on-6 Dental Implants

Potential Risks and Complications of All-on-6 Dental Implants may include:

Potential Risks and Complications associated with All-on-6 Dental Implants could include:

Infection: Like with any surgery procedure, implants carry some risk of infection at their implant sites; proper dental hygiene and post-op care can reduce this risk significantly.

Nerve Damage: Implant placement can occasionally damage nerves in the jawbone, potentially leading to numbness or tingling sensation in lips, chin or gums if done incorrectly; this risk can be reduced with careful planning by experienced dental professionals.

Sinus Complications: Upper jaw implant patients face the risk of sinus complications if their implants protrude into sinus cavities, potentially leading to pain, pressure or infection in these spaces. Pre-operative assessment and planning may help limit such issues from occurring.

Implant Failure: Although implant failures are generally rare, the possibility exists of poor osseointegration (where an implant doesn’t properly fuse to jawbone), fracture, or misalignment of implants posing risks to success.

Bone Loss: Over time, bone loss around implants may develop, necessitating further procedures like bone grafting.

Gum Recession: Poor oral hygiene or excessive force when brushing may result in gum recession around implants, exposing their surfaces. Regular dental check-ups and proper oral care are important steps towards avoiding such cases of gum recession.

Allergic Reactions: Some individuals may develop allergies or sensitivities to materials used in dental implants, including titanium or crown material, that need to be discussed with your dentist prior to any procedure being scheduled. Discussing such possible allergies is crucial.

Bite Issues: Improper implant alignment may lead to bite issues that cause discomfort while eating or speaking, leading to regular follow-up with a dentist can identify and address these concerns.

Speech Changes: At first, some slight modifications in speech patterns may arise as patients adjust to new implants; these typically become temporary as patients adjust.

Long-Term Maintenance: For optimal success with All-on-6 dental implants, regular professional maintenance must include professional cleanings and check-ups by certified dental hygienists. Neglecting proper oral health care increases risk for complications that could compromise implant success and further complicate care plans.

Note that all-on-6 dental implant risks and complications do exist, though they tend to be relatively rare, with most patients enjoying successful outcomes with this technique. Your dentist will carefully evaluate your oral health as well as discuss possible risks before suggesting this procedure for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Preliminary examination of the patient is performed by our specialist dentists in our clinic in a very comfortable environment and using medical imaging methods. At the same time, information about the patient, chronic diseases, smoking, and alcohol use is also collected.

There are various package procedures in dental treatments in the field of dental tourism. The package includes all on six treatment, transportation, accommodation, and touristic trips. Since the package contents may differ for each clinic, the prices may differ. In addition, the brand and quality of the materials used in the treatment of all on six is an important factor affecting the package content. Since quality products of known brands are used in our clinic, the patient satisfaction rate is high.

The package prices given to you in dental tourism packages remain the same. Prices are only valid if you request a change of the materials to be used after the inspection, and this change will only occur by adding the material price difference to the package price.

All On Four Implant procedure prices will vary depending on the bone structure of the person, the number of implants to be used, the brand and quality of the implants, the dental clinic, and the dentist’s experience. The exact cost of the treatment will be determined after consultation with our Dentists. During this period, the brand and quality of the materials preferred by the patient will directly affect the price. All On Four Implant procedure is more economical than standard implant procedure.

Turkish dentists are doing very successful studies on dental health, and these achievements are also known in Europe. Due to the success of our physicians, around 100 thousand tourists prefer our country for dental treatment every year. All On Four implant prices in Turkey vary according to the brand and quality of the materials used, the dental clinic, the experience of the physician, and the properties of the materials used in the prosthesis. This gives you a cost of approximately 3.500-4.500 €. In Europe, these prices vary between 9,500-12,000 €.

All On Four Implant treatment prices in Turkey are very economical compared to European countries. The exchange rate difference is effective because the prices are so affordable. Due to the exchange rate difference, you will pay less for the treatment you will have in Turkey. Although the implants are affordable, quality is not compromised. The materials used are quality products of well-known brands, also in European standards. In this regard, our clinic is a safe place for you. We never compromise on quality and customer satisfaction.

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