Regain Your Smile with All-On-4 Dental Implants

Say goodbye to the inconvenience and embarrassment of missing teeth. With our comprehensive All-On-4 dental implant solution, you can restore your smile and confidence with ease.
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All-On-4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 Dental Implants at our Naples, FL office are the most popular and effective method for replacing teeth today. This highly specialized dental implant procedure allows us to replace an entire arch of teeth with as few as four implants. With All-on-4 implants, it's no longer necessary to pay for a full set of individual dental implants, giving patients a more affordable, convenient, and efficient solution for full-mouth tooth replacement.

What sets us apart? Our advanced technique often eliminates the need for a bone graft, making implants accessible for patients with compromised jaws and bone loss. Beyond the cosmetic improvement, this procedure stimulates bone growth, preventing future jaw atrophy and preserving your facial structure.

Experience the freedom of a stable, beautiful smile with All-on-4 dental implants. Visit us for a complimentary consultation to learn how this advanced procedure can change your smile for life.

Full arch replacement

Full arch replacement

Fewer implants make procedures less invasive. A functional set of teeth are ready to be placed the day after your surgery.

Double board certified oral surgeon

Double board certified oral surgeon

Dr. Eberle is one of less than 100 doctors in the world with double board-certified credentials.

Affordable Payment Options

Affordable Payment Options

In many cases, full mouth reconstruction with dental implants is more affordable than restoring and/or replacing each individual tooth. We offer affordable payment plans for most budgets.

What Are All-On-4 Implants?

The All-on-4 dental implant technique is a cutting-edge approach used for the fixed placement of a full set of dentures. It is particularly beneficial for patients who have lost all of their teeth as it allows them to recover the ability to chew, speak, and smile without requiring a bone grafting procedure.

Conventional full-mouth dental implant procedures require the support of 6-8 dental implants. However, the All-on-4 technique requires as few as four. Two of the posterior implants are positioned at a 45-degree angle to ensure maximum contact with the existing bone tissue. This enables the implants to offer superior denture stability, even in cases where the jawbone has experienced bone loss.


Real Patients, Real Results

"I had my entire mouth fixed with dental implants in just one day. I'm smiling, I'm happy, I'm more confident. My only regret is that I didn't get it done sooner."

Dr. Leo Wilson's story exemplifies the life-changing benefits of All-on-4 dental implants. After struggling with dental issues that affected his ability to eat the foods he wanted and be confident in his own smile, he made the decision to undergo the transformative All-on-4 procedure. Dr. Wilson's smile was completely restored with the support of the implant specialists at the Florida Dental Implant Institute and the advanced techniques of the All-on-4 procedure, providing him with the confidence and comfort he desired.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Take our comprehensive questionnaire to find out if our Dental Implant Solutions are the right fit for you! Our survey will answer many of your questions and guide you toward the best path forward.

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Are You an All-on-4 Candidate?

Our All-On-4 dental implant procedure enables treatment for a wide range of patients. You may be a candidate if you experience any of the following:

Wearing Traditional Dentures

Wearing Traditional Dentures

If you're struggling with uncomfortable traditional dentures that prevent you from enjoying your favorite foods, All-on-4 implants can restore up to 98% of natural dental function, surpassing traditional dentures.

Missing Multiple Teeth

Missing Multiple Teeth

Struggling with extensive tooth loss or decay that traditional methods can't fix? All-on-4 implants provide a lasting solution, eliminating the need for temporary fixes and repeated procedures while ensuring a strong and enduring smile.

Failing Dental Work

Failing Dental Work

Continuous issues and expenses from failed bridges or partial dentures? All-on-4 implants are a durable, cost-saving solution, providing stable restoration without the need for frequent repairs or replacements.

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Specialists in Severe Bone Loss and Complex Cases

Dr. Eberele

Dr. Eberle, DMD, MD, FACS

who Gets the job done right, the first time

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Dr. Eberle is one of less than 100 Doctors in the World with these credentials. He is recognized as a global authority on same-day dental implants, teeth-in-a-day, and All-On-4 procedures.
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While the placement of zygomatic implants is rare among many dental practices, the Florida Dental Implant Institute is a leader in complex oral surgery cases and provides dental implant solutions for severe bone loss. Our surgeon ranks among the global best, with a track record of successfully placing thousands of dental implants.
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During your consultation, our implant specialist will evaluate the suitability of zygomatic implants for your unique case. One of the hallmarks of the Florida Dental Implant Institute is our ability to provide solutions for almost all cases, even for those patients who have faced rejections elsewhere due to significant bone loss.
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Why All-On-4 Implants Are the Preferred Choice

All-on-4 Dental Implants offer several advantages over dentures and traditional implants.

Greater Stability

Greater Stability

Traditional removable dentures rely on natural suction or adhesive to stay in place, but they can still slip or move around. On the other hand, All-on-4 implants are anchored to the jawbone, providing a solid foundation to support the dentures. This means that the implant-supported teeth will never be at risk of slipping or moving out of place.

Healthy Jawbone and Young Appearance

Healthy Jawbone and Young Appearance

Compared to removable dentures, All-on-4 implants provide a superior solution for missing teeth as they replace from root to crown, ensuring good oral and bone health. They stimulate the jawbone, preventing it from weakening, which can lead to further tooth issues. Dental Implants are excellent for maintaining jawbone health.

Best Long Term Solution

Best Long Term Solution

Typically, it is advisable to replace removable dentures every five to seven years. However, our All-on-4 dental implant dentures are crafted from zirconia, which is the strongest material available, and can last decades with appropriate care and regular dental checkups. Additionally, your titanium implants have the potential to endure for a lifetime.

Compare Your Options

Full mouth restoration is a comprehensive dental treatment that aims to restore both function and aesthetics to the entire oral mouth. There are several options available for this procedure, such as All-on-4 Dental Implants, Snap-On dentures, and traditional dentures. Our goal is to assist you in making an informed choice about the most suitable alternative for your full mouth reconstruction requirements by examining the advantages, drawbacks, and unique characteristics of each option.



All-on-4 dental implants are a common choice for full mouth reconstruction, providing significant benefits to patients with less than optimal bone density. This cutting-edge method strategically places four implants in the jaw, establishing a stable base for a full set of teeth. With this approach, patients can achieve a natural-looking smile while comfortably biting, chewing, and speaking.

  • Secured permanently using four or more implants

  • Guards against bone loss

  • Maintains natural bite force and tasting capabilities

  • Delivery of final Zirconia prosthetic in as few as 12 weeks

  • Lifelong durability with appropriate maintenance

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Snap On Denture

Snap-On dentures, while removable and acrylic, like traditional dentures, have a unique attachment mechanism, snapping onto implants in the jaw via a 'button' connection. This sleeker design enhances taste perception compared to conventional dentures, offering added stability among other benefits.

  • Removable prosthetic

  • Held in place with at least two implants

  • Retains partial bite force; potential taste impairment if covering palate

  • Requires six months healing with traditional denture before receiving final Snap-On prosthetic

  • "Button" connection may wear and need replacement

  • Average lifespan of approximately 5 years

Traditional Denture

Traditional Dentures

Traditional dentures are removable teeth sets resting on your gums, with a gum-toned acrylic base that holds the false teeth in place. While their fabrication is quick, straightforward, and cost-effective compared to other options, they might feel bulky and uncomfortable in addition to these disadvantages:

  • Risk of falling out unexpectedly

  • Offers no protection against bone loss

  • Palate coverage impairs taste and causes speaking difficulties

  • Substantial reduction in bite force (soft food diet might become necessary)

  • May induce discomfort, gum soreness, or a gag reflex

  • Generally has a lifespan of approximately 5 years

How Much Do All-On-4 Dental Implants Cost?

When it comes to any medical procedure, the cost is every patient's biggest concern.

At the Florida Dental Implant Institute, we understand this concern and strive to inform our patients about everything that will be included in the procedure, including the cost. We're aware that money is tight, and we always try to be considerate of our patients' budgets.

In general, All-on-4 dental implants can cost anywhere from $17,000 to $25,000 per arch, depending on the materials used and the complexity of placing your implants. During your complimentary consultation, we’ll provide you with a detailed treatment plan that will include your final cost so there will never be any hidden surprises.

Factors to consider that can impact the cost of dental implants:

  • Experience of the dentist (the more experienced, the more valuable their time)

  • Number of implants required

  • Quality and brand of the dental implants

  • Material of the final bridge of teeth (zirconia is the best, but it is not cheap)

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Creating captivating smiles

Rediscover the joy of a confident smile. With our state-of-the-art dental implant solutions, you're not just getting a procedure—you're investing in a lifetime of laughter, conversations, and moments shared. Whether you're looking to replace a single tooth or desire a complete transformation, our expert team is here to guide you every step of the way.

Florida Dental Implant Institute specializes in implants and oral surgery. With 50+ years of combined expertise, we serve Naples, Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, and Lehigh Acres.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are All-On-4 Dental Implants?

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For patients missing a full arch of teeth, the All-on-4 dental implant method supports a denture using only four implants instead of six or eight. The denture is secured to your gums by the four dental implants and can only be removed by a dentist. While we provide All-On-4, we also might recommend six implants instead of four, depending on the health and density of your jawbone.

What makes All-On-4 implants unique?

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While traditional dental implant surgery requires up to 10 implants to hold your new teeth in place, you only need a total of four implants per jaw with All-on-4. The All-on-4 system consists of two straight anterior implants and two inclined at a 45° angle for a solid and secure connection that distributes pressure evenly throughout the jawbone. This allows for the use of only four implants for a full set of teeth instead of a mouth full of individual implants and crowns. The 45-degree angle also allows us to safely place these implants in patients with bone loss.

Will you be without teeth after the surgery?

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With All-On-4 Dental Implants, we place the artificial roots and your replacement teeth all on the same day. That means no more waiting weeks or months between appointments without teeth, waiting for your jaw to heal. Our patients can have the teeth extracted, implants placed, and new temporary teeth installed all on the same day. This is why some people refer to the procedure as "teeth-in-a-day" or same-day implants.

Are the temporary teeth any good?

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You will leave our office after surgery with a fixed full set of new teeth. While temporary, these teeth provide an immediate improvement over missing or damaged teeth. These temporary teeth, also referred to as provisional prostheses, are made from a hybrid acrylic material in our in-office lab and stay securely in place for as long as you need them. We take extra care to ensure they are comfortable since you will wear these temporary teeth for a few weeks while we precisely craft your final zirconia teeth.

What is the difference between the temporary teeth and final zirconia teeth?

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As a gentler and softer material, acrylic is ideal for placing less pressure on implants during the healing period to give a better opportunity for osseointegration, which is when the implant fuses with the jawbone. This softness is also why acrylic is used in temporary teeth but not permanent teeth, which would need to be replaced every 5 to 10 years if they were made of acrylic. When preparing the final teeth for your new smile, we take advantage of the strength and natural appearance of zirconia. Zirconia is the most durable material available in dental prosthetics. Teeth made of zirconia are designed to last a lifetime.

Why can’t I get my final zirconia teeth the same day as surgery?

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After surgery, your jawbone needs time to heal and properly integrate with your new implants. This healing period is very important for the success of full mouth restorations, and it also gives you a chance to test out your temporary teeth before getting the final zirconia ones. Some implant centers might advertise quick and easy solutions that offer zirconia teeth on the same day. However, it's important to know that rushing this process can be risky, benefiting the clinic's profits more than your long-term health and satisfaction. Taking the time to allow your jawbone to properly heal will ensure a better outcome for your dental restoration.

How much do All-on-4 Dental Implants cost?

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The cost of All-on-4 dental implants in Naples can vary, usually ranging from $17,000 to $30,000 for each arch. The final cost will depend on several factors, such as the complexity of the individual case, the materials used in the procedure, the experience and credentials of the specialist, and any additional procedures that may be necessary, such as bone grafting. It is important to note that most online advertisements offering cheap implants do not include the cost of the final zirconia implants, instead only offering an estimate for the temporary bridge. Therefore, it is crucial to research and familiarize yourself with the various factors that go into the treatment before deciding to undergo surgery.

Does dental insurance cover All-on-4 Dental Implants?

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Dental insurance policies generally offer coverage for essential dental procedures, such as root canals and extractions. However, elective procedures like All-on-4 Dental Implants are not typically covered to the same extent, given that most insurance plans have an annual maximum of approximately $1,500. Even if your insurance plan provides coverage for dental implants, the savings of $1,500 may not be worth it to lose control over the specialist you choose to perform your surgery.

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