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At Ascent Dental Care we are taking every step to assist in preventing the spread of COVID-19. We want to reassure you that your health and safety as well as our team remains a priority. Our strict policy surrounding sterilisation and disinfection procedures to prevent cross- infection ensures all contact areas are cleaned prior to and following appointments.

We understand that many patients still require dental care and advice – this is why we are pleased to offer our VIDEO CONSULTATION service. If you want to discuss a dental-related issue with one of our dental professionals, please complete the form below and we’ll be in touch to arrange an online video appointment at a day and time to suit you.


All on 4 Implants In Tamworth

All on 4 is a dental implant system that works on the principle of anchoring in a new set of teeth (restoration) securely on 4 implants. The implants are strategically placed in the jaw to allow the restoration to be carefully balanced and secured in place by the implants.

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Who Is Suitable For All on 4?

Every persons mouth is different and also the current situation they find themselves with their teeth. When placing dental implants, there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration to ensure that they are successful and can have a long life (with good aftercare and maintenance).

At the free consultation our dental implant dentist will examine your mouth and teeth, then discuss suitable options from his findings. In many cases, there may be multiple options that could meet your needs, each bringing their own benefits and restrictions. We will always explain each option in detail and will then provide you with a treatment plan outlining the options that was discussed.

Typically speaking, the All on 4 system could be an ideal treatment for you if:

You have no teeth on your upper or lower arch left
You teeth are failing and you need a full arch replacement

What Are The Problems Associated With Losing Teeth?

One of the most common complaints associated with a lost tooth is the affects it then continues to have on the remaining teeth and surrounding sites. This is known as “bone resorption”. This is when the jawbone area of a lost tooth starts to fade away causing the surrounding teeth to become loose and eventually fall out. This effect does very from patient to patient, so the speed at which it happens will vary. This is why denture wearers quite often find their well fitted snug dentures, start to become loose and ill fitting.

One of the main benefits associated with dental implants (other than the stability), is the fact that the implants fuse with the jawbone and promotes healthy bone growth to stop the affects of bone resorption. If you are interested in finding out if this is an ideal treatment for you, please do not hesitate to call us and book your free consultation today.

Get in touch with us today on 01827 664 35