All-on-4 Dental Implant Procedure

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What is All-on-4® Dental Implants?


All-on-4® dental implants is a cost-efficient procedure for a fixed set of teeth immediately after surgery. It is an innovative option of dental implants for

Teeth-in-A-Day. As we age, gradual wear and tear can take a toll on our teeth and many people will turn to dental implant procedure options to fill in any

gaps in their smile. While many of these procedures have various benefits, most are only temporary solutions. When a large number of your teeth are in bad condition and have to be removed, the function and appearance of your original teeth are commonly restored through artificial means. To spare your mouth a long recovery and considerably saving in all-on-4® cost, look into the All-on-4® dental implant procedure with St. Luke’s OMS.

Is All-on-4® cost efficient?

All-on-4® dental implants are a new take on oral health and eliminate the need for removable dentures. The All-on-4® dental implant procedure is a cost-efficient, graft- less solution that provides patients with a fixed full-arch bridge (prosthesis). To achieve this, two straight anterior dental implants and two dental implants tilted up to 45º in the posterior of the mouth are drilled directly into the jaw. By tilting the posterior implants into healthy bone, the painful process and the cost of bone grafting is avoided. For patients that meet the criteria for candidacy, All-on-4® dental implants are fully functional immediately after surgery – with some occasional soreness. You’ll notice the difference immediately!

Who is a candidate for all on 4® dental implants?

Patients who undergo All-on-4® dental implant procedures often suffer from failing teeth, failure bridge work and gum infections. As you lose teeth, the supportive structure of your jaw begins to loosen and extend outward. This dramatic transformation is avoided when patients opt to use the All-on-4® implant procedure. A thorough evaluation is necessary to finalize a dental treatment method and establish a recovery plan before surgery begins. To see if you qualify, schedule an appointment with our oral surgery clinic and learn more about your options.

Is All-on-4® procedure safe?

In order to receive dental implants, you’ll need an evaluation by a dental professional to make sure oral and general health permits dental implants procedures. It’s also important to note that All-on-4® dental implants require a minor surgical procedure to correctly install. As with any surgery, associated general risks include infection, possible damage to nerve tissue, and excessive bleeding during or after the surgery is possible. While these potential risks have the same level of possibility for all dental work, it is best to consult with one of our All-on-4® doctors near you to find out if dental implants are the best choice for you.

All-on-4® Dental Implants doctors in Bethlehem and Allentown PA

Over the years, a large number of patients have improved their lives with the reliable All-on-4® procedure, and they can help your oral health too. Regain your confidence and restore your smile with this breakthrough dental implant concept. To learn more about the All-on-4® procedure and Teeth-in-a-Day services contact us online at St Luke’s OMS and ask to set up a consultation with one of our All-on-4® specialists. Our doctors go above and beyond to make sure that our patients receive the best All-on-4® dental implants care. A healthy, natural-looking smile is in your future and we can’t wait to help!

How is the All-on-4® recovery?

The extraction of failing teeth is necessary when considering all-on-4® dental implants for teeth-in-a day. Some of these teeth may grow sideways, partially emerge from the gum, and even remain trapped beneath the gum and bone. Teeth can take many positions in the bone as they attempt to find a pathway that will allow them to successfully erupt.

Here is a guideline and instructions for you to follow to aid in your All-on-4® healing and recovery:

  1. Rest at home for the first 72 hours following surgery
  2. If you had general anesthesia or I.V. sedation, you may experience light-headedness, dizziness, and sleepiness following dental implant surgery.
  3. Refrain from pulling on your lips to inspect the surgical area. This action could tear your sutures or sometimes delay healing.
  4. Take your prescribed medications as directed by our All-on-4® doctors.

Significant swelling may occur after multiple dental implants surgery. After the procedure, apply an ice pack on both sides of your face at 15-minute intervals for the remainder of the day. Moist heat such as a warm, wet washcloth, may aid in reducing swelling after the first 48 hours.

The swelling usually reaches its maximum within the first 72 hours after surgery and then slowly decreases.

During the 45 minutes after your recovery or until you stop bleeding, you may have a gauze pack placed over the areas of dental implants surgery. You may be advised by your All-on-4 doctor to gently bite down on the gauze to keep them in place. Then after the first hour, you may be asked to remove the gauze, unless it still bleeding, in which case your doctor may replace them with new gauze. After that, you may be asked to change the gauze every 30 minutes or so.

What’s like days after having All-on-4® procedure?

Few days following All-on-4® procedure, the main activities should be resting on a couch or bed. Things you shouldn’t be doing include bending over, lifting heavy objects, or any strenuous activities as it could lead to more bleeding and swelling. Also, when transitioning from a lying down position to standing, it’s best to do so slowly. Otherwise, you could get lightheaded. If you normally exercise, you’ll need to avoid it for about 3-4 days after surgery.

What are the All-on-4® teeth-in-a-day types?

Types of fixed teeth-in-a-day bridge: There are two main types of dental implant fixed bridge prosthesis for the full mouth.

One type is acrylic teeth prosthesis over titanium. The titanium bar may be hidden under the acrylic. The second type is teeth-in-a-day made out of zirconia over a pink zirconia base.

Dental implants in Bethlehem and Allentown, PA

Our surgeons are trained and certified to place dental implants. Our dental implants surgeon and their facility thought out Lehigh Valley offer state-of-the-art imaging technology (3D computer tomography). There is no need to go to an imaging center or hospital to attain this advanced study. Advances in dental implant procedures and digital marketing have made dental implants widely available.

The true cost of dental implants involves more than dollar amounts. When considering the cost of dental implants, it is crucial to consider more than the upfront dollar amount. Implants are a long-term investment in an individual’s health and comfort, two things that impact everyone on a continual basis. Dental implants can provide a long-term solutions for dental problems. The long-term survival of dental implant procedures is directly linked to the quality of your care and oral hygiene.

As of 2021, we use the safest and highest quality dental implants to ensure our patients have the most comfortable, successful treatment possible with results that last for many years. Every dental implant we place, in Bethlehem and Allentown, PA is FDA approved to be used in the United States by manufacturers with longstanding records of high-quality results.

How Long  Do Implants Last?

Dental implants are meant to be a permanent dental solution. Your implants can last 20 years or more with proper care. The is more than 94 percent, according to some scientific studies.

The purpose of dental implants is to replace missing teeth to create a healthy smile, boost your level of confidence and benefit the structure of your mouth and face. When you have missing teeth, it can cause health problems in your mouth, such as teeth drifting, bone loss and a reduced quality of life.

Teeth drifting is when your remaining natural teeth shift because there is space in the mouth from a missing tooth. Shifting makes your teeth crooked and can leave excessive space, which affects the shape of your cheeks and jaw. You must factor in the possibility of larger food particles getting stuck between teeth as well.

Bone loss can occur if you don’t implement the right dental implant system. If no chewing or stimulation contacts the area, your bone can diminish, impacting the way your face and mouth appear. The quality of your life may also be affected if you hate showing your teeth when you smile.



We love getting feedback from our patients! If you’re still undecided about whether or not you can trust St. Luke’s OMS to handle your oral surgery needs, then please feel free to see what others are saying on our testimonials page.

I can’t say enough good things about Dr Saunders and the entire staff at OMS! The level of care is superior as is the genuine care for your overall well-being. The staff is always available to answer any of your questions and concerns and all of their locations are equally superb!

Called made an appointment for a wisdom tooth extraction. Was in and out within a half hour. Unbelievable service and amazing pricing. Wouldn’t go anywhere else. Thank you to everyone there that made this painless.

I have had extractions and one implant so far with St. Luke’s OMS Bethlehem and highly recommend them. Dr. Isaac and her team have always been stellar. Gentle, caring, just a top notch group. So grateful to be a patient of the practice and Dr. Isaac.
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Our team at St. Luke’s OMS makes themselves available 24 hours for oral surgery emergencies. That is why we are the leading Lehigh Valley oral Surgery Practice! If you have an issue that is not during the time of office hours, call us at 610-865-8077 and leave a message for our answering service. We will be able to evaluate your emergency needs and direct you as needed.