All-on-X® Implant Solution

Why Choose All-on-X® Implant Restorations

all on 4 dental implants are lower cost

Lower Cost

The All-on-X solution requires less implants decreasing hardware costs.

all on 4 dental implants don't require bone grafts

No Bone Grafts

By placing the posterior implants at an angle, you can avoid using bone grafts.

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Immediate Results

All-on-X® also has immediate function for patients who meet the criteria for it.

All on X

The ability of replacing an entire arch of teeth using just four implants is a remarkable phenomenon in dentistry. While attempts of full-arch implants had been made in the 1970s and 1980s, the first ever All-on-4 treatment was completed in 1998 by Dr. Paulo Malo.

Originally, the most common hybrid prosthesis consisted of cast metal substructure with traditional acrylic and denture teeth. However, fast forward to 2022 and there are several material options available. From metal-free options like zirconia, to traditional metal with acrylic. Let review four types of Implant restorations offered by Iverson Dental Labs.

Please contact us directly to review your restorative options for All on X cases. (800)334-2057

Free Technical Advising

Iverson Dental Labs’s experienced team of implant technical advisors can help you with the toughest of cases, including those using the All-on-X® implant solution. Oftentimes one of the first steps in implementing it is doing a chairside conversion of an existing denture, and the IDL experts have illustrated how that is done here. For technical advising from our Implant Specialist,  Click Here to book a phone call.

Our Lab only recommends the best technology for our doctors. In addition to All-On-X®, we recommend is the 3D Mobile Imaging services. Their goal is to bring the latest Prexion Cone Beam CT scanners to your practice, your patient’s home, or their workplace. The convenience of these scanners is unmatched. It truly becomes an extension of your practice. As an extention of your practice, it saves you and your patients the time and energy it would have taken them to go to a separate scanning facility. To learn more about Mobile 3D Imaging and/or to make an appointment online, visit this link here.

Need assistance from one of our technical advisors?

If you need assistance from one of our technical advisors on which option is best for your patients, schedule a call today. We look forward to working with you!