Precision Implant Dentistry

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to your dental implant questions

The more informed you are, the easier it is to decide if our solution is right for you. Below are the most frequently asked questions we get from our potential patients. If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, you can always chat with an expert >

Our Top 5 Most Common Questions

What is the difference between the All-on-4 Procedure and the G4 Implant Solution?

The G4 Implant Solution is the only procedure that provides a PERMANENT bridge in a single visit, and it’s fully functional just hours after surgery. The All-on-4 procedure, on the other hand, requires multiple visits over a full year and requires you to wear temporary dentures during this time period. That’s why we invented the G4 Solution—it was time for a smarter, better way to restore smiles.

General Implant Questions

Glossary of key terms used in dental implant procedures:

ARCH:
An arch is either your upper (maxillary) or lower (mandibular) jaw.

IMPLANT:
The implants are metal posts (made of titanium) that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums—these fuse with your bone, allowing your dentist to mount permanent replacement teeth.

BRIDGE:
A bridge is attached to the implant. Preserving the jawbone and surrounding teeth, bridges can help maintain the shape of your smile and prevent future dental complications.

I have existing dental implants; can you use them or save them?

Since this procedure requires bone reduction to create space for the bridge, your existing implants cannot be used. We will need to remove your existing implants before we start to place the G4 dental implants.

I had trepidation but to have these perfect teeth from this team is a blessing.
— Joe Gannascoli

We know this type of surgery can be a little scary, and it’s a big investment. So if you’re still not 100% sure the G4 Implant Solution is right for you, please reach out to us. Whether you schedule a call with one of our experts or want to receive helpful emails, contacting us directly is the best way to get the information you need. And the peace of mind you deserve.