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At Restore Denture and Implant Center, everything you need happens right in our office. We have an in-house laboratory for fabricating dentures, which streamlines the process and saves time. There’s no need to make a separate trip to an imaging center for 3D images, thanks to our CBCT imaging machine. Our on-site technology gives us more time to focus on getting your smile beaming via our dental restoration services.

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What are All-on-4® dental implants?

Dr. Mencini specializes in what’s known as “All-on-4” treatment for patients seeking full-mouth restoration. This procedure, often called “teeth in a day” (because the surgery is performed in one day) addresses problems like lost or broken teeth, extensive tooth decay, and aging past dental work. After teeth are removed, a bridge supported by four to six dental implants is inserted top or bottom (or both if needed), resulting in restored functionality and a complete smile makeover.

How do All-on-4® dental implants work?

This procedure starts with removing all damaged teeth. Then, implants are placed, and a temporary set of teeth are attached to the implants that same day. The initial healing phase for this procedure is 4-6 months, during which time the implants that were placed become integrated with the bone. During the healing phase, a soft diet is recommended (generally, these are foods that can be cut with a plastic fork). Once the healing process is complete, the final set of teeth is made to fit perfectly to the patient’s final measurements and aesthetic.


Upper OR Lower:  $21,000

This includes all extractions, implants, temporary teeth and final zirconia teeth in the cost.

Upper AND Lower: $38,000

This includes all extractions, implants, temporary teeth and final zirconia teeth in the cost.

Will I be able to eat with my new teeth on day one?

Yes, you will! However, though your implants and teeth are securely placed from the first day, we do ask that you maintain a soft diet during the 4–6-month healing period. A good rule to follow when healing is you can eat anything you can cut with a plastic fork.

How do I care for my All-on-4 teeth?

Caring for your All-on-4 teeth is easy, but consistency is very important. One should treat these teeth just how they would treat natural teeth, by brushing and flossing. A few minutes a day is all it will take to keep your mouth and implants healthy.

How long has the All-on-4 procedure been around?

This procedure was pioneered by Portuguese dentist Paolo Malo in the 1990s. It has been changing lives for hundreds of thousands of patients since then.


First, patients go through a procedure in which damaged teeth are removed, implants are placed, and patients are given a temporary set of teeth, allowing the implants time to heal. After 4-5 months of healing, the fabrication process begins, where the final set of teeth are made. Starting from the initial consultation, most cases are completed within 6 months. It is important to maintain regular dental check-ups after this process to ensure continued implant and oral health.

What are snap-in implant dentures?

Snap-in implant dentures (also known as overdentures) are another popular option for patients with long-term tooth decay and missing teeth. These dentures stay in place using implants that are surgically placed into the jaw in specific areas. The implants act as posts to support the dentures, which are then “snapped” securely into place. Snap-in dentures can be removed and cleaned like traditional dentures but won’t fall out unexpectedly while you are talking or eating.

Snap-In Implant Dentures vs. Traditional Dentures

While traditional dentures look nice and offer a cost-effective option for replacing missing or bad teeth, they lack the stability, functionality and chewing abilities that snap-in implant dentures provide. Because snap-in implant dentures are secured by implants placed into the jaw, they remain much more secure than traditional implants.


4 Implants, Upper OR Lower: $12,000

Cost includes extractions, 4 implants, and dentures.

How many implants will I need?

A lower implant denture requires at least 2 implants. An upper implant denture requires at least 4 implants.

Can food get under my implant dentures?

Yes. However, implant dentures are very easy to clean. Just take them out, clean the dentures, gums, and implants, and then snap them back in!

How long should I take off work to recover from my procedure?

Everyone heals differently. Some people can return to work the next day, but others might need to wait a week or two weeks. Because there is always a chance of bruising and swelling, and because you’ll also need to get used to eating and talking with your new teeth, the more time you give yourself to recover, the better.


First, there is a procedure in which any remaining teeth are removed, and implants are placed. In the next 6 months, the implants heal under the gums without being attached to the denture. During this time, you may wear your denture normally. Once 6 months have passed, an “uncovery” procedure is performed where the implants are accessed from under the gums and healing abutments are placed onto them. Then, after two weeks, in which time the gums have remolded around the abutments, we attach the snapping feature to the denture, and you can begin snapping your denture in and out. This process is fully complete after a little over 6 months.

What are traditional dentures?

Traditional dentures are also an option at Restore Denture and Implant Center. Our in-house denture lab makes traditional dentures our most affordable option. Dentures are fitted to a patient’s measurements, fitting snugly over the gums, and act as artificial teeth to replace bad or missing teeth.

What are the advantages of traditional dentures?

Traditional dentures are the most cost-effective option for replacing damaged or missing teeth. Along with the improved confidence that comes with a new smile, traditional dentures also provide facial support, improved nutrition, and an elevated quality of life.


Immediate Denture, Upper OR Lower: $3,900 This includes extractions of remaining teeth. Replacement Denture, Upper OR Lower: $1,800

What are immediate dentures?

Immediate dentures are those placed right after your natural teeth are removed.

What is it like getting used to immediate dentures?

Everyone’s experience will be different. Your mouth will be going through significant changes as it heals, so you will need patience and practice. We are always here to help you through the process!

Will I know how to eat with my new teeth right away?

It will require practice to get used to eating with your prosthetic teeth.


For immediate dentures, you will receive the new dentures on the same day any remaining teeth are removed, so you never have to be without teeth. During the first 6 months, we recommend coming in to receive a soft liner, which acts as a cushion on the denture while your gums heal.

After 6 months of healing, a final fitting of your denture is performed, and this is called a lab reline. Our lab “refits” the inside of your denture to your gums for the most secure fit.

What are single tooth implants?

Single tooth dental implants provide a long-term replacement option for damaged or missing teeth in a localized area. They provide a natural appearance, natural chewing abilities, reduced bone loss after the removal of a natural tooth, and no negative impact to nearby teeth.

How do single tooth implants work?

The single tooth dental implant works by attaching a crown to a titanium screw placed in the jaw that serves as an anchor to keep the crown in place permanently.



This includes the implant, abutment, and crown.

Do I need an implant for each of my missing teeth?

It depends because every case is unique. We’ll need to see you for a consultation to figure out the best treatment for you.

Is my implant removable?

No. Once your implant is completed, you cannot remove it.

What do implant teeth look like?

Implant teeth look almost exactly like a natural teeth. The implant screw will not be visible in the mouth.


First, a procedure is performed in which the implant is placed. This takes 4-6 months to heal. Afterword, an “uncovery” appointment is made, where we uncover the implant from the gums and place a healing abutment. For 2 weeks, the gums heal around the abutment before an impression for the crown (tooth) is taken. Our lab makes the crown and then we place it onto the abutment.