The all on six or full mouth implants is a dental procedure that consists of placing six
titanium implants around the lower or upper jaw this will offer a permanent prosthesis that will
look and act like your natural teeth. Compared to other options, this technique is recommended
to patients with a lower bone volume. Just like the all on four, there is no risk of the
denture slipping out of place, so the patient can talk and eat with confidence.
Save of up to 76%!
Comfort and stability
No bone deterioration
Procedure time (chair time)
With this treatment, the specialist will use 6 implants that will act as an anchor for the
bridge helping distribute the pressure while eating or chewing. The prosthetic teeth are a
long-term solution ideal for patients who are missing a full arch of teeth and want a better
alternative to traditional dentures. The use of six implants will ensure a bite compared to a
brand-new set of teeth.
Is it complicated to take care of implants?
The routines are the same as taking care of real teeth. Brush, mouthwash and floss and one teeth
cleaning per year.
Will I be without teeth during the process?
No, the day of the procedure you will leave the clinic with a temporary plate that look like
real teeth, once your mouth is heal you will return for the installation of the permanent
Will my dental implants look natural?
Yes, the all on six gives a solution that feels, and function just like real healthy teeth,
people will not notice you have implants unless you tell them.
Can implants be place on the bottom and upper arches?
Yes, if the patient needs implants you can have a new mouth with dental implants place in both
Can I do a both arches at the same time?
Yes, if the patient needs it can be done at the same time and usually is less expensive than
doing it in separate occasions the doctor can help determine if that’s the wright treatment for
Disclaimer: this information does not represent the medical advice from our clinics. All cases
are different and this treatment may not suit you. Chair time may vary depending on specific
patient procedure. Always refer to a medical professional with the certification and experience.
All of our physicians are fully qualified to perform these procedures. For more information and
diagnosis contact one of our top dental clinics.