Essenmacher Family Dental

Is the All-on-4 Process Painful?

All-On-4 Implants | Albuquerque, NM | Essenmacher Family DentalAt Essenmacher Family Dental, we’re excited about All-on-4. This groundbreaking procedure provides full mouth restoration using only eight tiny implant posts! Our Albuquerque and Northeast Heights patients loved their new smiles following All-on-4. 

Natural-Looking Tooth Replacement

These small but sturdy posts are strategically placed—four in the upper jaw and four in the lower jaw—to hold two arches of life-like replacement teeth. The results are so natural looking that no one will know you’ve had work done. They will simply see that you have a great smile.  

Because our implant posts are small but sturdy, we consider All-on-4 to be minimally invasive. Yes, you may experience some tenderness for a few days following implant placement, but the discomfort is mild and comparable to most standard dental procedures. 

During implant placement, you will also be relaxed, and your mouth will be thoroughly numb. 

Contact Our Albuquerque, NM Dental Office

You don’t have to live with failing or crumbling teeth or dentures that slip over time. You don’t have to live with recurring toothaches that ruin your plans. All-on-4 solves these problems. It is simply the best option available today when it comes to full mouth restoration. 

Contact Essenmacher Family Dental today to schedule your consultation and begin your journey to a great new smile.  

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Dear valued patients,

As many of you know, in response to the recommendations from the American Dental Association and public health orders in place in New Mexico, we have been seeing patients on an urgent/emergency basis only since March 17. As a practice, our first priority is to put the health and safety of our team and community first.  

Because the exact trajectory of this pandemic cannot be anticipated, we are unable to accurately predict when we’ll be able to resume seeing patients for regular dental care.  At this time, public health orders prohibiting elective dental care extend until May 15.  However, we will definitely make an announcement on our website and Facebook when normal hours are resumed. We will also be contacting patients whose appointments were canceled so that we can reschedule.  

In the meantime, if you have any questions about an upcoming appointment, or have a concern about your teeth that you’d like to discuss, please do not hesitate to call our office.  We are happy to assist you in any way we can.  

While we all watch and wait to see what the coming weeks hold for our nation, I pray for health and peace for all of you and those you love.  I know that together, we will get through this. Take care and God bless. Visit our Facebook page for a message from Dr. Essenmacher. 

Best Regards,

Dr. Essenmacher