All on 4

Anyone with damaged or missing teeth or loose and poor fitting dentures will know that it can have a major impact on everything, from your smile and self-esteem, to how and what you eat.

The problem with popular options for replacing missing teeth such as dentures and bridges, is they are not permanent solutions.

The All-on-4 dental implant system is a revolutionary dental technique that offers a permanent solution to missing teeth. The treatment refers to supporting all teeth on just four implants, making them look, feel and function just like natural teeth. The procedure is particularly suitable for patients who may have missing, decayed or broken/chipped teeth.

So, what are All-on-4 dental implants?

All-on-4 dental implants can support a whole arch of teeth using only four implants. This can be used on either the upper or lower jaw and immediately replaces missing teeth which not only look and feel similar to your natural teeth, but function normally also.

Find out more about All on 4 here:


Mingara Dental partners with Nobel Biocare

Did you know Nobel Biocare is the pioneer in the field of innovative implant-based dental restorations.

The All-on-4® treatment concept was first developed and refined using the implant company Nobel Biocare with a range of products specifically designed for full mouth rehabilitation.

Mingara Dental have recently partnered to become an accredited All-on-4® surgery and largest supplier on the Central Coast!

What to consider when choosing your All on 4 dentist:

  1. Your dentist’s Experience

Experience may be the most important point on the list. Experience plays an important role when it comes to identifying if All on 4 in right for you and if the dentist can effectively complete the treatment plan.

Some questions to ask your dentist:

  • How many implants they install every year?
  • How long have they been practicing implant dentistry?
  • How many patients they perform All-on-4 or other implant procedures on every month?
  1. Qualifications and training

There are essentially 2 ways to become trained to perform dental implants. Dentists can take a short course, that runs over several days or they can take an intensive postgraduate course, that includes courses of clinical, theoretical, practical education, and a wide range of first-hand case experience.

Dr David Bassal, Practice Principal of Mingara Dental has completed a Masters course in implantology, at the prestigious Brener Implant Institute, offering the latest in clinically sound treatment for the replacement of missing or broken teeth. In addition, he is in the process of completing California Implant Institute certification and is one of the founders of the Australian branch, Australasian Implant Academy (AIA). Mingara Dental is also an official partner and number one user of premium Nobel Biocare All-on-4® material on the Central Coast.

  1. Technology and innovation

With ever evolving changes in technology, equipment and techniques in the industry it is now more important than ever for your dentist to keep their finger on the pulse and for you to find out if your dentist is doing so.

All on 4 implants can be modelled and designed using advanced CAD/CAM technology to make sure you get a perfect fit. Before getting the implant surgery dentists should be able to perform a 3D scan of your jaw, gums and teeth which ensures that extremely accurate measurements are made so that your new set of implants supported bridges will come out perfectly the first time around. Mingara Dental prides itself in utilising the latest and most advanced techniques and innovations to ensure optimal patient care.

  1. Premium materials

The All-on-4® treatment concept is the best solution for full-arch treatment using tilted implants. But only when Nobel Biocare products are combined. Many have tried to mirror this ground breaking concept, but only Nobel Biocare have the scientifically documented success to back it up.

Want to find out if you are suitable for All on 4 implants?

Book a complimentary consultation now!

All surgical procedures carry risks and some results achieved in our cases may not be possible for every patient.  At Mingara Dental surgical and implant patients are welcome to attend for complimentary appointments to gain insight and education in order to give informed consent prior to any surgical procedures.  If you have any doubts or enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us or seek another opinion.

Concerned about cost?

Payment plans and Zip pay is available at Mingara Dental

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Use your Super to pay for treatment

Did you know you can potentially use your superannuation to pay for critical dental treatment?

It is now possible to apply for the early compassionate release of your Superannuation to pay for certain dental treatment. Depending on the superannuation fund you are with, you are allowed access to a lump sum to pay out-of-pocket expenses for dental treatment for yourself or your dependents.

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