All-On-4 Dental Implants
Deterioration of the jawbone, a natural effect of a missing tooth or teeth, may limit your candidacy for traditional dental implants.
Drs. Roger B. Parkes and Clarke Stewart offer All-On-4® dental implants to replace a full arch of teeth without the need for bone grafting.
Discover why patients at our Jackson, MS, practice choose All-on-4 dental implants to restore their smile...
What Do the Results Look Like?
Before and After Photos
Don't Live With Missing Teeth!
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It’s time to feel good about your smile again. With All-on-4 treatment, you receive just four implants and restore your dental function the very same day. In addition, recovery from All-on-4 is fast, allowing our dentists to fit you with a custom-designed restoration in just a few months' time.
Visit our Jackson, MS, dental office to see if the All-on-4 technique is right for you. We also serve patients in Clinton, Ridgeland, and surrounding areas. Contact us online to send a message or request a consultation. You can also reach us by phone:
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Dr. Roger Parks and his staff are extremely professional and compassionate! Their personal attention was invaluable to me before, during, and after my surgery! Very grateful!View on Google
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Did You Know?
Dental Implants Are the Only Way to Prevent
Jaw Atrophy After Tooth Loss
Without deep stimulation from tooth roots, the jawbone tissue will recede, which can lead to dental shifting, facial distortion, and further tooth loss. Dental implants mimic the tooth roots and eventually fuse with the jaw, providing the jaw with stimulation that no other treatment can offer.
Even if you have been told you are not a candidate for traditional implants due to jaw atrophy, you may still be a candidate for All-on-4 treatment. Once these implants are in place, they will keep you from suffering further bone recession.
Nicotine can affect your body's ability to heal. This is critical when it comes to the healing process of dental implants. Stop smoking months before surgery to ensure a healthy recovery and successful procedure.
Good Oral Health
Gum health is vital to setting the stage for healthy and effective implant placement. Our dentists will examine the state of your oral health to ensure you are free of gum disease and decay before your surgery.
Good Overall Health
For any surgery, it's important you have good overall health to prevent any problems arising because of it. If you have diabetes or other health conditions, ensure they are managed before undergoing treatment.
Commitment to Oral Health
Brushing, flossing, and maintaining oral hygiene are expected when you have natural teeth. These practices should be continued with dentures to prevent gum disease and keep your teeth looking brand new.
Adequate Bone TissueIt's true that it's possible to receive All-on-4 treatment even if you have some bone recession. However, you'll still need to have a minimum amount of bone density to ensure the implants can fuse to the jawbone.
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See How All-On-4 Comfortably Stabilizes Dentures
All-on-4 Implant-Supported Dentures Last
More than 98% of surveyed patients reported that their All-on-4 dentures lasted 10 to 18 years.
*According to a 2019 article published in Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research
Restore Your Smile With Care From a Trusted Local Team
At Periodontal Associates of Jackson, we know that experience translates to better results. Our practice has served patients in Jackson, Clinton, and Ridgeland, MS, since 1981. Several members of our team have been with us nearly as long.
Our longstanding presence in the community has allowed us to build wonderful relationships with our patients and provide the highest quality of comfortable, personalized care. We want you to feel safe, welcome, and inspired, so we always treat patients the way that we would want to be treated.
We look forward to getting to know you and helping you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile with All-on-4 treatment. For more information, or to request a consultation, please send us a message or call:
What to Expect
Imagine eating all the foods you like and speaking with confidence again.
Recovering After All-on-4 Implant Surgery
Take Time Off
Many patients choose to take the first week after implant placement off from work or other commitments. Proper rest is important after any surgical procedure, so you should devote this time to focusing on your recovery. Avoid intense physical activity during this period.
You may experience some swelling and a dull ache around the implant sites for the first few days after surgery. These symptoms will not last long and should be manageable with ice packs and over-the-counter medication.
You should stick to a soft-food diet until you are cleared by your doctor. It takes around four to six months for implant posts to fully fuse with the jawbone after surgery, so you should wait until this time to eat especially hard or crunchy foods, like nuts, chips, and apples.
How Long Do All-on-4 Implants Last?
This is one of the most common questions we get. For the vast majority of patients, All-on-4 implants last a lifetime. Our skilled dentists have decades of experience placing dental implants, so our patients have the best chance of experiencing great results after treatment.
While the implants themselves may last a lifetime, dental restorations do not. The full arch dentures may need to be replaced every 10 to 15 years. We use high quality materials to craft custom restorations, but these materials aren't completely impervious to stains and other signs of wear. By replacing your dentures every decade or so, you can continue to enjoy the aesthetic benefits of treatment.
Get the Process Started Request a Consultation
Dental implants can last many years, making now the perfect time to receive treatment. Drs. Parkes and Stewart can help you smile wider with All-on-4 dental implants. Call our Jackson office to request a consultation and get the process started:
Paying for Treatment
While the cost of implants may be intimidating, they can prevent bone atrophy in the jaw, which offers a number of long-term benefits for your oral and overall health.
When the jawbone degenerates, it causes the dental arch to continuously change shape, resulting in the need for new dentures or frequent dentures realignment services. Jawbone atrophy can also result in changes to the shape of the face, making patients appear older than they actually are. For these reasons and more, many dental patients choose to proceed with All-on-4 treatment.
All-on-4 implant surgery at our Jackson practice can cost $25,000 to $28,000 or more depending on the case and if it is one or both arches Jackson practice. To make the cost of treatment more affordable, we accept the following payment options.
We understand that getting dental implants and full arch dentures is a major investment in your health. We accept CareCredit® financing so you can pay for treatment in affordable monthly installments.
While insurance typically doesn't cover the cost of implants, your provider may cover the cost of dentures, exams, and other services. With the exception of PPO plans, we accept all types of insurance.
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I have been a patient of Dr. Roger Parkes since 2001 and have always been very satisfied with his work. He is extremely capable and a perfectionist. The office help are very friendly and efficient. I highly recommend this group. Thank you for my smile.View On Google
Most people consider dental work to be an unpleasant experience. Not so with these folks! From the minute I walked in all the ladies in the office were cheerful and accommodating. Dr. Stewart and Doris Ann did an amazing job with my surgery...no pain or problems, then or now, days later. They got my lingering problems corrected and I'm very impressed! Can't say enough about the care and professionalism...View On Google