All-on-4 Patient ALERT!

Not All All-on-4/All-on-6 Full Mouth Dental Implants Are Created Equal

Besides differences in pricing there are also differences in materials. One of the most common materials used for all-on-four and all-on-six dental implants is full zirconia. It is a very hard material so it won't stain or break easily. When shopping around please be sure to ask what material your final set of teeth will be made from. Many offices only provide an acrylic/resin overlay with a metal bar as the final and some offices that provide the resin overlay with metal bar use a resin that is not meant to be a "final" material and yet market it as such. There are also offices that charge another fee for your finals without fully explaining that the set you received after surgery is only temporary. Please do your research and fully understand what exactly is included in the fee you pay because some even charge separate fees for the surgery portion of the procedure. Your provider should be transparent and answer any questions you may have.

All-on-4/6 Dental Implants Is Not A One-Size-Fits-All Solution and This Is Why We Offer Three Options To Best Fit Your Needs



All on 4 Hybrid Metal Bar With Resin Overlay

Metal Bar With Resin Overlay

More Prone To Breakage Because Two Very Different Materials

Stains More Easily

Resin Breakage Is Not Always Simple To Repair Least Expensive, Longterm Transitional

Single Arch: $15,500

Both Arches: $30,000

6 Month Warranty



Full Zirconia All on 4 Hybrid
Full/Solid Zirconia

Less Prone To Breakage, Very Hard Material

Stain Resistant

If Breakage, Must Remake Entire Set

Most Common Material/Choice

Single Arch: $20,500

Both Arches: $39,000

5 Year Warranty



All on 4 Hybrid Titanium Framework With Individual Zirconia Crowns

Solid Titanium Framework With Individual Full Zirconia Crowns

Least Prone To Breakage, Virtually Indestructible Framework

Stain Resistant

If Breakage, Simple Repair To Individual Crown

The Ultimate In Full Mouth Restoration

Single Arch: $22,500

Both Arches: $43,000

7 Year Warranty

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Restore Dreamline

This Is The Ultimate In Full Mouth Implant Restoration.

  • 4-6 Implants Support Each Arch

  • Solid Precision Milled Titanium Frame

  • Individual Zirconia Crowns

  • Likes:

  • Strongest of all Options​

  • Easily repaired Because of Individual Crowns

  • Highly Esthetic

  • Fixed. Only Removed by the Dentist.

  • 7 Year Warranty


Your Investment:

  • $22,500 single arch

  • $43,000 both arches

Most offices do not offer an option like this because it is more labor intensive and they do not have the capability of milling a solid titanium bar in-house or they do not have an in-house lab at all.

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Restore Midline

This is Strength and Beauty Combined.

  • 4-6 Implants Support Each Arch

  • Solid Precision Milled Zirconia Bridge

  • Likes:

  • Very Strong and will Resist Breakage

  • Highly Esthetic

  • Less than Restore Dreamline

  • Fixed. Only Removed by the Dentist.

  • 5 Year Warranty

Your Investment:

  • $20,500 single arch

  • $39,000 both arches

This is probably the most common material utilized today and when obtaining pricing, full zirconia should be the material used for price comparisons.

Get Started With Midline

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Restore Streamline

Like the others, this uses 4-6 implants to support each arch and is not removable. It is a longterm transitional hybrid designed for those that need teeth now.

Get a brand new smile in as little as 24 hours with the intention of getting your final set of teeth within 24 months. While we recommend the definitive solutions, we understand that sometimes the financial aspect just requires a little more time.


  • Least Costly, Quick Solution


Compared to Others:

  • Designed for Transitional Use

  • 6 Month Warranty

Your Investment:

  • $15,500 per arch

Many offices offer this as a final material and at a fee that should be for the upgraded material of full zirconia.

Get Started With Streamline

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