Dental Implants

Hybrid Implants in Plano, TX

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Dr. Ron Bosher offers various alternatives for patients that desire implants to support a dental appliance. If all the teeth in one arch need to be extracted, a hybrid bridge can be made. This is sometimes called ‘All-on-4” or “Teeth in a Day”.  This refers to removing all the teeth and placing a hybrid bridge during a single dental visit.  Plano Hybrid Implant Specialist, Dr. Bosher, is part of a treatment team with one of the premier oral surgeons in Plano and prosthetics laboratory, which offers a level of experience not commonly found. This helps ensure the best patient experience and long-term result.  This procedure offers a patient, who desires a non-removable appliance, with significantly less cost and a much shorter treatment time, while at the same time providing aesthetically pleasing functional results.

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What are the benefits of hybrid dental implants?

Hybrid dental implants at Parker West Dental Associates in Plano, TX offer numerous benefits, including:

  • Improved oral functionality and speech clarity
  • Natural appearance enhancing smile aesthetics
  • Longevity and durability
  • Preservation of jawbone density and prevention of bone loss
  • Increased comfort compared to removable dentures
  • Easy maintenance similar to natural teeth care
  • Tailored to individual needs for a comfortable and natural fit

What to Expect

During the initial appointment, the dentist will spend time with you to understand your long-term goals and the best treatment option available to you. If a hybrid bridge is selected, the dentist will do an exam to see if you are you a candidate for this procedure. Impressions are then made of the mouth so that the hybrid bridge can be made prior to surgery. During  surgery, the teeth are extracted and implants are strategically placed. Finally, the hybrid bridge is attached. Since the fee is not determined by the number of implants placed, more than four implants are placed in each arch in most cases. This provides additional support which better ensures lasting success. Some benefits of a hybrid bridge include:

  • Eliminates the need for bone grafting and its cost
  • Is less expensive than multiple individual implant placement
  • Offers a much shorter healing and treatment time
  • Provides natural looking and long-lasting results

In addition, patients never experience the discomfort or embarrassment of being without teeth. The dentist can determine your candidacy during a comprehensive consultation and see if immediate function dental implants are an option. Although not all patients are able to receive this revolutionary treatment, Dr. Bosher is skilled in the use of several different implant techniques and can best prescribe the best treatment options.

Estimated Cost

The cost of a hybrid bridge is usually $25,000 per arch, which includes all the extractions, all of the necessary implants (not just 4), the initial hybrid bridge, the final hybrid bridge and all necessary follow-ups appointments.

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Dental Implant FAQs

Is This Painful?

The nature of this procedure requires IV sedation. This ensures that our patients are as comfortable as possible during this lengthy procedure. Our patients often remark that they experienced much less discomfort than they expected in the following days after the procedure.

Different Terms?

“All-on-4”, “Hybrid Bridge”, and “Hybrid Denture” are all synonymous. In fact, “fixed, detachable, hybrid denture” is a better way to describe this procedure:

  • It is fixed - cannot be removed by the patient; like a bridge
  • It is detachable - by a dentist
  • Hybrid denture - it is made with denture teeth and resin

Covered by Insurance?

In some cases, dental insurance may cover a portion of the cost for dental implants. This is generally the case with patients who have experienced trauma or who have a genetic defect. We encourage our patients to discuss their dental implant benefits with their insurance providers prior to the procedure to understand their coverage.

Best Candidate?

Any individual missing a tooth, or many teeth, may be a candidate for dental implants. Candidates for a hybrid bridge usually have multiple teeth that are failing. This can be due to trauma, decay, or a genetic disorder.

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