"It was like a huge burden lifted."

Full Mouth Dental Implants

What is sometimes referred to as All-on-4®Full Mouth Restoration or Full Mouth Reconstruction, we simply call New Teeth Now. If you suffer from periodontal disease, or loose or missing teeth, we can help. If you’ve been told you’re not a candidate for dental implants due to bone loss, we can help. New Teeth Now pioneers a state-of-the-art procedure that allows you to get a fixed full set of teeth placed on four or more dental implants, in one day.

All in One Day, All in One Office

New Teeth Now is different than other dental implant providers. First, we don’t turn away patients simply because they’ve been told they can’t get implants due to bone loss. Secondly, we find ways to avoid bone grafting for full arch procedures. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons have spent years developing a time-tested, proven technique that ensures titanium implants are fixed in your mouth securely and permanently. It is this specialized approach that allows you to arrive for your procedure in the morning, and walk out with a fully functional set of teeth that same afternoon.

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A Full Set of Teeth On
At Least Four Implants

How can just four dental implants support a full row of new teeth? Most patients are better off with more than four implants. Thanks to the flexibility of New Teeth Now, you can receive extractions, implants, and a full set of new teeth, all in one day. A minimum of four implants will be placed in the upper or lower jaw, providing excellent support for your new teeth. In many cases, our surgeons find that more than four implants will provide the best support, and they will place more implants accordingly at no additional fee.


Our patients frequently remark at how pain-free New Teeth Now is. Since you are asleep under general anesthesia, you will feel nothing at all during the dental implant procedure. When the procedure is complete, while you are still asleep, the surgeon will administer a long-lasting pain medicine that prevents discomfort for several hours after you wake up. You will also receive a prescription for pain medication for use at home, though a vast majority of our patients say they don’t use it.

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Natural teeth will stimulate the jawbone each time you bite down, keeping your bone healthy and strong. When a tooth goes missing, the jawbone in the resulting gap is no longer stimulated and the bone begins to deteriorate.

Dental implants designed to imitate the natural stimulation of teeth are the most effective method to prevent bone loss. The titanium root of a New Teeth Now implant matches the pressure of chewing. This gentle action signals the body to continue fortifying the jawbone, significantly reducing the risk of bone loss, and even encouraging healthier bone.

X-ray of All-On-Six with two zygomatic implants, no bone grafting and two angled abutments in the lower jaw
Designed specifically for patients with bone loss, zygomatic implants are tilted and longer than traditional implants. When it comes to this sensitive procedure, our surgeons are some of the most qualified and experienced in the world.
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If you have been told you cannot get dental implants due to bone loss in your mouth, New Teeth Now was created just for you. We are one of only a few clinics in North America that routinely place zygomatic implants for full mouth procedures. The likelihood that we cannot treat you is very slim, and we are proud to say “Yes!” to patients when other dental professionals have told them it could not be done.


Everyone’s dental challenges are unique.

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Financing Available

We offer options for implant financing through LendingClub, PatientFi, Proceed Finance and more.

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The New Teeth Now procedure has given thousands of people their lives back with dental implants in just one day. At New Teeth Now, we provide all new patients with an initial consultation. This one-hour appointment is to discuss your treatment options, the best possible results, and any treatment fees. Our surgeons are ready for your new smile. Are you?

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Schedule Your Consultation

We’re in the office and available for your call, Monday-Friday. You can reach us right away, during business hours, at 1-800-617-2176. Otherwise, you’re welcome to request a consultation by completing the form. We will reach out to confirm a date and time.