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Are you a candidate for the G4 Implant solution?

Did you know an estimated 40 million people in the United States are fully edentulous? Living without teeth is a widespread condition that too many people silently suffer through. If that sounds like you or someone you love, the good news is you’ve finally found a proven, cost-effective dental implant solution for tooth replacement.

Is the G4 Procedure right for you?

Take our comprehensive survey below, to see if the G4 Implant Solution is right for you!

Our survey will answer many of your questions, and provide your best path forward.

G4 Dental Implant Centers

Our goal for more than a decade has been to provide the highest quality surgical procedures with results that can last a lifetime.

What To Expect During Your Visit

People from all over the world travel to our state-of-the-art centers, and it’s our goal to make your time here comfortable and worry free. You’ll spend up to three days with us, but the actual procedure is completed within one 24-hour period.

Day 1: Consultation

You’ll meet with your doctors and plan your treatment using CT scans, facial scans, x-rays and measurements. You’ll also select your tooth shade and shape so we can design your smile.

Day 2: Surgery

Extractions (if necessary) and placement of implants. You will be without teeth overnight for the last time in your life. Remember, this is no temporary, converted denture. You are receiving a custom-milled, highly aesthetic, hybrid bridge with a one-piece milled titanium bar.

Please note: Consultation and surgery can be performed on the same day if that’s best for you.

Day 3: Your PERMANENT hybrid milled bridges

It normally takes 6-12 months for single implants to fully integrate into the bone. With the G4 Implant Solution, we’re able to gain primary stability of the implants, which are held together by a titanium bar. This prevents the micro-movement that can occur with single implants bearing the full chewing force. The implants will continue to integrate over the next several months. But because of our unique protocols and milling center, you enjoy the benefits of PERMANENT, fully functioning teeth just hours after surgery.

Now I’m smiling, laughing, interacting with people again. I can be myself.
— Katie

Don’t Settle For Dentures

Dental Implants vs. Dentures

Dentures have been a suitable solution for missing teeth for many people for many years. But today, thanks to advanced technology and Dr. Golpa’s patented protocols, you have a better choice to help you live your best life. And it’s called the G4 Implant Solution.

G4 Implant Solution

Permanent & strong
Feel natural
Infuse to your jawbone
to help preserve your bone
No messy gels or creams
90% chewing capacity
Brush & floss
Never worry about slippage
Enjoy all kinds of food again
Regain your full sense of taste
Potential to last a lifetime

Traditional Dentures

Unsecure & unstable
Can feel fake
May contribute to loss of jawbone
(and affect facial structure)
Need to buy adhesives
20% chewing capacity
Soak in glass
Always worry about slippage
Avoid certain foods
May cover taste buds in upper palate
Typically last an average of 7 to 15 years

When performed by a trained and experienced dental implant dentist, dental implant surgery is one of the safest and most predictable procedures in dentistry. – American Academy of Implant Dentistry

Health Benefits Of Implants

Feel good from head to toe

According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, modern dental implants are the strongest devices available to support replacement teeth. Even better, they allow these new teeth to feel, look and function naturally.

Talking and laughing freely, enjoying a whole new level of confidence and let’s face it, looking great, are all ways dental implants can improve your overall wellbeing. But what about some of the other health benefits they can provide? For example, dental implants may help:

  • Effectively treat periodontal disease
  • Stabilize and prevent bone loss in the jaw
  • Prevent heart disease (according to some research studies)
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