All Teeth Implants

When all the teeth are missing, all teeth implants are the best option to replace the teeth. The All Teeth Implants Treatment is an advanced dental procedure that involves restoring all the teeth in either one or both jaws. This treatment is considered to be one of the most complex and challenging procedures in the field of dentistry. Essentially, when a patient requires a complete replacement of their teeth, the all-teeth implant treatment is often recommended as an effective solution. Not only does this treatment help to fully restore the appearance of your teeth, but it also provides optimal comfort and functionality, comparable to that of naturally healthy teeth. Through dental implants, not only are your lost teeth replaced, but some of the worn-out roots are also addressed. Many patients come in after missing half of their teeth or because they have very weak teeth that are troubling them in chewing meals and their aesthetics. To help patients to enjoy their food and maintain a healthy life the dental specialist at House of Dontics recommends All Teeth Implants followed by prosthetic teeth fixed onto them. The bright side is that with dental implants you can eat whatever you want and speak with full confidence.


All Teeth Implants are placed 6 to 8 implants in the upper or lower of both jawbones to support a fixed full-arch prosthesis. The implants are precisely placed in areas of the jawbone that have the highest bone density to give maximum support. Multiple appointments are required for the treatment to be completed successfully so that patients can receive the best services from our team at every phase. The process is thus carried out carefully to deliver the desired results and long-term raised oral health care for the patients.  we provide top-class full-mouth rehabilitation services which will provide you with excellent aesthetics and functioning of your new teeth. We guarantee you will love your treatment with us because we use the most advanced technology and the most biocompatible materials to make every smile look better.

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cylindrical titanium Screws (Posts) placed into the jawbone to replace the root



connector piece that is attached to the Crown (Cap) and implant made with titanium, gold, or porcelain



The crowns will be created from Metal, Porcelain, Zirconia & PFM (porcelain fused to metal) that are connected to the abutment.



A dental CAD/CAM system that provides digital impressions, and precise 3D (full-jaw) scans in natural color!

DTX Studio Implant

DTX Studio Implant

Implant DTX Studio from Nobel Biocare is the most precise way to plan & execute even the most complex of Dental Implants


IVO Smile Simulator

The groundbreaking technology from IVOCLAR Germany helps the virtual simulation of your dream smile.


Panoramic X-ray

the latest CBCT, we offer full mouth radiographic Images with our Panoramic 2D X-ray machine.


Piezon Surgery

Helps deep cleaning in Implants & bone surgeries.

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  • Avoid smoking or using any tobacco products for at least 24-48 hours before the surgery, as tobacco can slow down the healing process and increase the risk of complications.
  • Avoid alcoholic beverages for at least 24 hours before the surgery.
  • Stop taking any blood-thinning medications such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen at least a week before the surgery, unless instructed otherwise by a doctor.
  • Do not eat or drink anything for at least 6-8 hours before the surgery, as this will reduce the risk of vomiting or complications during anesthesia.
  • Wear comfortable clothing and avoid wearing jewelry or contact lenses on the day of the surgery.
  • Inform the doctor if you have any medical conditions or if you are taking any medications, including over-the-counter drugs and herbal supplements.
  • Brush and floss your teeth thoroughly before the surgery, and rinse your mouth with an antiseptic mouthwash.
  • Notify the dentist if you develop a cold, flu, or other illness before the surgery, as it may need to be rescheduled.
  • Take prescribed pain medication as directed to manage discomfort and pain.
  • Rest and avoid physical activity for the first few days after the surgery.
  • Arrange for someone to drive you home after the surgery, as you may not be able to drive due to the effects of anesthesia or pain medication.
  • Avoid chewing or biting on the implant site for at least 24 hours after the surgery.
  • Apply an ice pack to the cheek near the implant site to reduce swelling and discomfort.
  • Keep fingers and tongue away from the surgical area.
  • Rinse your mouth gently with warm salt water several times a day to keep the implant site clean.
  • Avoid smoking or using tobacco products, as they can delay healing and increase the risk of complications.
  • Do not drink alcohol for at least 48 hours after surgery or while taking pain medication.
  • Eat soft foods and avoid crunchy or hard foods for several days after the surgery.
  • Avoid brushing, flossing, or rinsing the surgical area for at least 24 hours after the surgery.
  • Attend any follow-up appointments scheduled by a doctor or doctor to monitor your progress.

Understanding Root Causes of Dental Issues

tooth damage

Tooth decay

Severe tooth decay can lead to the loss of many or all teeth, making dental implants necessary.

Gum disease

Gum disease

Periodontitis, a severe form of gum disease, can cause teeth loss, which may require all teeth implants,



As we age, our teeth can become weaker and more susceptible to damage or decay, leading to teeth loss and requiring all teeth implants.



Accidents, injuries, or other trauma to the mouth can result in the loss of multiple teeth, requiring dental implants.

failed root canal

Medical conditions

Certain medical conditions such as cancer, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases can impact the health of teeth and gums, leading to tooth loss and the need for dental implants.

tooth injurery

Lifestyle habits

Poor oral hygiene, smoking, eating tobacco products, and a high-sugar diet can increase the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, leading to teeth loss that may require all teeth implants.

Congenital absence


Some people may be more prone to tooth loss due to genetic factors.


Poor Hygiene

Poor hygiene practices, like irregular teeth cleaning and neglecting oral health, contribute to the development of dental problems.

Our Treatment Process

Initial Consultation

We begin with a consultation, x-rays, and any other preparatory work. A 3D CAD-CAM image of the mouth is developed to aid in the planning of the procedure

Treatment Planning

The dentist will create a customized treatment plan that outlines the number of implants required, the type of implant to be used, and the expected outcome of the procedure.

Teeth Extraction

If the teeth are still there, it must be removing existing teeth or addressing gum disease. If the teeth have already been removed, this step can be skipped.

Implants Placement

6 to 8 Dental implants are surgically implanted into the upper or lower jawbone. A small incision is made in the gum tissue to expose the bone, and then a hole is drilled to place the implant. The implants are made of a biocompatible material, usually titanium, which eventually fuses with the jawbone.

Healing period

During the healing process, the implants will fuse with the surrounding bone in a process called osseointegration. This usually takes several months and is necessary to ensure that the implants are securely anchored in the jawbone.

Abutments Placement

Once the implants have fully healed and fused with the bone, a small post called an abutment will be attached to the implants. An abutment is a small connector that connects the implant to the crown.

Frequently Asked Questions

People who have lost most or all of their teeth due to age, injury, decay, or disease and have sufficient jawbone density to support dental implants may be suitable candidates for full-mouth dental implants.

Any gap between the regular tooth alignment can hinder regular chewing and biting ability. This will also affect other healthy structures.

It is possible to place 6 to 8 dental implants separately in the upper and lower jawbones.  The exact number of dental implants required may vary depending on the patient’s jawbone density, oral health, and other factors, which will be determined by the dentist or oral surgeon during the treatment planning process.

The duration of an all-teeth implant procedure can vary depending on the patient’s jawbone density, oral health, and other factors, but it typically takes 3-6 months to complete implant placement per arch.

Pain associated with dental implant surgery can vary from person to person, but most people experience mild to moderate discomfort. However, the procedure is usually performed under local anesthesia, and dentists can provide pain management options to help minimize any pain or discomfort.

If properly cared for, the implant will last a very long period, possibly your entire life. The implant’s life duration is determined by the patient’s upkeep and care. 

The success rate of All Teeth Implants is very high, with an average success rate of over 95%.

Dental implants cannot be removed because they are placed directly into your bone, replacing your teeth in the most natural way possible.

It is common to experience some discomfort after dental implant surgery, such as swelling, bruising, and minor pain, which can be managed with pain medication and proper aftercare instructions provided by the dentist or oral surgeon.

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