Smile in a Day – All-on-4 implant system

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Replace a full set of teeth in just a single day. The All on 4 Dental Implant System uses just 4 dental implants to support a full arch of teeth on both the upper, lower, or both jaws.

How it works

The All on 4 Dental Implant System works similarly to other implant procedures, with the main distinction being the angle at which the implants are inserted and the time taken to complete the treatment. By altering the angle degree at which the implant is inserted, greater stability is given to teeth, because bone fusion can occur at a faster rate.

Depending on the health of your teeth, you may or may not require root canal treatment or bone grafting before the implant is fitted. We will, of course, advise  you of any pre-implant preparation required.


Having a full set of beautiful teeth can dramatically improve your quality of life.

You will find your confidence boosted with eating and talking becoming much easier than before.

  • You can have a whole new smile in just one day
  • Fewer implants are required
  • Minimal recovery time with long term results
  • Reduced costs compared to single implants
  • Renews a youthful appearance through bone level stabilisation and support to your jawbone and teeth
  • You will be able to chew and eat  your food more effectively and comfortably
  • Eliminates the need for bone grafting and sinus lift, in most cases
  • Prevents the problems caused by removable dentures
  • Improved self-esteem

Is the procedure painful?

Just like any other oral surgical procedure, there is some associated discomfort, however the feedback we get from most patients is that they are usually surprised at how short the period of discomfort was.

How successful are dental implants?

With more than three decades of clinical experience and over a million patients treated worldwide, statistics confirm the success rate of 95% for single teeth and close to 100% for implant bridges using Nobel Biocare implants.

Can anyone have dental implants?

Almost everyone that has lost a tooth, several teeth or even all of their teeth is a candidate for dental implants. There are very few situations in which implants are not suitable.

How do I care for the  implants?

Implant supported teeth need to be brushed and cared for just like natural teeth, although flossing will be different. As with natural teeth, you will need to visit your dentist and hygienist periodically for review and maintenance.

Are there any associated risks?

The All on 4 system has been proven to be highly effective and is very popular worldwide, however, as with all surgical treatments, there are some risks. After the procedure you may experience some swelling and discomfort but this should subside quickly and can be relieved by over the counter pain relief.

Our highly trained team have a great deal of experience and we will make sure that you are a suitable candidate for the treatment before we agree to go ahead.

Are you entitled to free NHS care?