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Bring your smile back with an All-on-4® in Ubud , Bali. This dental implant procedure may be suitable even if you have bone loss in your jaw. Plus, it will cost a fraction of the price you’ll pay at home.
Beautiful scenery and a rich culture, coupled with the kindness and hospitality of the Balinese people have attracted tourists from around the globe for decades. Some foreigners even settle here because they love the culture, scenery, and the people.
The Balinese are naturally friendly and caring—and so if you are considering a complex procedure like an All-on-4, you will be in good hands here.
An All-on-4 is an innovative treatment developed by Dr Paulo Malo from Portugal that replaces all your upper or lower teeth using four implants. The implants act as artificial tooth roots and are surgically embedded into the jawbone at a 45-degree angle, rather than the 90-degree angle for traditional implants. This increases bone-to-implant contact, making the implant more stable. This technique reduces treatment time and may eliminate the need for additional procedures, like bone grafts. It’s an option for edentulous (toothless) patients who have lost their teeth due to any number of reasons, including gum disease, tooth decay or injury.
You can replace the teeth in your upper jaw, lower jaw or both; however, it should be noted that if you have any teeth remaining in the jaw in which the four implants are to be inserted, you will need to have them all extracted first.
All-on-4 treatment can restore your facial features, improve your quality of life and has a shorter treatment time compared to other procedures. The replacement teeth restore your facial features by filling the gaps left by your missing teeth. With your newly restored teeth, you can smile, talk and eat with much more confidence.
Since the implants are placed at an angle, it may eliminate the need for additional procedures like bone grafts if you do suffer from bone loss—and there is evidence that implants can in fact help to prevent bone loss.
Unlike the traditional implant procedure which takes a minimum of two visits three-six months apart, an All-on-4 is carried out in just one session. This includes teeth extractions, implant insertion and attachment of teeth—a huge benefit to patients, and particularly those who are dental-phobic, as they don’t have to travel back and forth multiple times.
Having an All-on-4 in Ubud involves consultation, examination, treatment planning, surgery, and placement of permanent teeth. During the consultation, a comprehensive examination of your teeth, mouth and jaw will be performed, including a review of your oral and medical health status. With the use of sophisticated equipment (specifically, 3D/CT scanning) , the dentist can optimally plan and place the All-on-4s into your jawbone. The 3D scans produce complete, accurate, and visual images that are necessary in both the treatment planning and All-on-4 surgery stages.
Once everything is set, the dentist will insert the artificial tooth roots into your jawbone with the false   teeth ( crowns) affixed on top. With proper care, which amounts to no more than brushing twice a day, flossing and seeing your dentist for regular check-ups, your newly restored teeth can last for a long time.
An All-on-4 in Ubud offers excellent patient care and delivers impressive results. You’ll feel comfortable undergoing treatment knowing you’re in good hands. Along with the use of state-of-the-art technologies, like 3D scans and digital x-rays, the dentists deliver exceptional services and use high-quality materials in restoring your teeth. They are highly-skilled, and members of organizations like the International Congress of Oral Implantologists , complying with global standards.
Best of all, you’ll have the chance to enjoy a memorable holiday in luxurious surroundings while on the beautiful island of Bali—the perfect distraction from the dentist’s chair. Check out historic sites, discover the island’s temples, enjoy incredible scenery, savour the cuisine and get in touch with your spiritual side.
For a procedure like an All-on-4, it is recommended to schedule in any of your more vigorous holiday activities before having the implants inserted. As an invasive procedure, you’ll want to take things relatively easy afterward and use any remaining time in Ubud to recover from the procedure in chill surroundings.
The All-on-4 cost in Ubud is significantly lower than the prices at home—and if you book with Dental Departures, our best price guarantee always ensures you never pay more than you should.
All-on-4s price – at home
All-on-4s price – Ubud
It’s wise you ask this question, particularly when undergoing a complex procedure like the All-on-4. For the dentists who have the training, knowledge and skills to carry out the procedure (i.e. those listed on Dental Departures), performing an All-on-4 comes as second nature. Any trustworthy dentist will be more than happy to answer any questions you have and talk to you—and if they aren’t, you should really be crossing them off your shortlist.
Dental Departures makes this process much easier. All our dentists have been verified and we have confirmed their qualifications and professional memberships. Our background checks include onsite visits, legal/criminal checks and collation of patient reviews. We publish information on our site pertaining to each clinic, with clinic photos, prices and location maps giving you all the information you need to make an informed choice.
Take a look at some of the popular clinics in Ubud for your All-on-4.
● Bali Dental & Implants Centre
● Sunset Dental Ubud
● Ubud Clinic
Browse our listings, book directly online or contact our Customer Care Team for further information about All-on-4s in Ubud. You can ask about hotel bookings, insurance, financing and get a free, no-obligation quote. So don’t delay—start planning your trip for a better smile today.
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or should this be 'replica' ?
If I'm understanding this correctly, the "false teeth" refer to crowns. I usually just eliminate "false teeth" and call the crowns, or leave it in, with "crowns" in parens.