All On Four Dental Implants: Restore Your Smile With Guaranteed Results

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Transform your smile with all on 4 dental implants, the ultimate implant solution.

Missing a few teeth? With our all on four dental implants you can replace your missing teeth and smile with confidence again.


Crafted with the highest quality materials our all on four implants are comfortable, durable and look great. They’re also backed by a 5 year guarantee for total peace of mind.


With 56 years experience, highly skilled dentists and hundreds of5-star reviews, you’ll be in great hands at St Lucia Dental.


Ready for a new smile? Enquire today to find out more!

All On 4 Implant Before & Afters

Why choose All On Four implants?

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Revitalise Your Smile

Experience a stunning, seamless smile that enhances your confidence and overall appearance.

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Eat With Ease

Enjoy your favourite foods effortlessly, thanks to the exceptional stability of all on four implants.

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Immediate Results

Experience a quick transformation (often within a single day) and walk out with a new smile immediately

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Maintain Oral Health

Prevent bone loss and gum deterioration, preserving your oral health and facial structure for a youthful look.

Exceptional dental care in a relaxed atmosphere at a reasonable price.

That’s why locals love St Lucia Dental.

All on Four Dental Implants: How They Work

All on Four dental implants provide a full-arch restoration by securely supporting a set of replacement teeth on just four implants. This method preserves jawbone health, restoring both function and appearance.

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Initial Consultation

We start with a free consult to assess your needs, create a customised plan, and conduct necessary X-rays

Dental Treatment


We remove damaged teeth and if needed, do bone grafting to create a robust foundation. This varies depending on individual needs.

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Implant Replacement

In a single visit, four titanium posts (the implants) are strategically inserted into the jawbone to support the new teeth.

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Temporary Teeth Placement

Temporary teeth are attached to the implants so you can leave with a new smile the same day. We then allow a few months for healing.

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Permanent Teeth Placement

Once healed, a custom-made set of permanent teeth is attached to the implants, designed to look and function like your natural teeth.

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Thanks to your new all on four implants, now you can smile with confidence! All you need to do from here is have checkups like you normally would.

How much do all on four implants cost?

The cost of implants varies depending on your individual needs and situation.


As a rough guide, the average range is $25,000 to $30,000 and some patients can receive up to $2000 back depending on their health insurance policy.


This is for demonstrative purposes only and is not an exact price. For a personalised quote, please book a free consult.

Why Choose St Lucia For All On Four Implants?

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Highly Skilled Dentists

All on four dental implants are a meaningful procedure and you can’t risk getting it wrong. Our dentists are highly skilled, experienced practitioners that will take care of you.

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Premium Materials

We use premium materials that are highly aesthetic, incredibly strong and bio-compatible. This means they don’t just look great, they are also gentle on your mouth.
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Value For Money

As the preferred provider for many major health funds, we can provide exceptional dental care at a reasonable price to minimise any financial stress.

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All On Four Implants FAQ

All-on-Four dental implants are a specialised technique used to replace an entire arch of teeth with just four implants. This method involves placing four implants into the jawbone: two straight anterior implants and two posterior implants angled up to 45 degrees to maximise support and avoid anatomical structures. This technique often eliminates the need for bone grafting, making it a less invasive option compared to traditional methods.

Dental implants work by a process called Osseointegration.
This is where your healthy bone bonds with a dental implant to ensure a strong and long term-connection.
This creates the perfect foundation for tooth replacement, dentures or another prosthesis.

If you have private health insurance that covers ‘Major Dental’ then you may be eligible to receive the annual limit for dental implant treatment. This is generally in the range of $750 to $2,000 depending on the procedure performed and your level of cover.

Yes. St Lucia Dental guarantees dental implants from our practice for a period of five-years with the exceptions and conditions listed below:

The life expectancy of dental implants and dental crowns is largely dependent on patient oral hygiene, routine hygiene and dental check-up appointments, and damage from grinding. In non-smokers, dental implants have approximately a 90% survival rate of 20 years.

St Lucia Dental guarantees implants for non-smokers for a five year period from insertion date. The five-year warranty is valid only if six monthly check-up and hygiene visits are attended and night splints are worn (where recommended).

As smokers are at increased risk of Dental Implant Disease, which can lead to a dental implant failing due to bone loss and gum disease surrounding the implant. No guarantee is given to smokers.

If in doubt or for more information about dental implants Brisbane, call us to get your no obligation free consultation.

In most cases, dental implants have the highest rate of success and the longest lifespan amongst various options.

The technology has also improved dramatically in the last few years and our dental clinic can place implants within a millimetre of accuracy by using 3D ConeBeam imaging.
If you have a missing tooth (or several missing teeth), dental implants are the most natural-looking alternative.
  • They make sure your replacement teeth are stable for eating and smiling with confidence.
  • They eliminate the pain of ill-fitting partial and full dentures.
  • They help to maintain the shape of your face.
  • They remove the need to grind down healthy teeth for a bridge.
  • They help to preserve the bone in the jaw.
  • They improve appearance, comfort, speech and self-esteem.
  • They make it easier to eat.
  • They’re convenient.
  • They protect your remaining natural teeth and improve oral health.

Dental implants are used for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Missing, infected, cracked or unsightly tooth decay
  • Accidents involving teeth and/or facial structure
  • Sporting injuries involving teeth or facial structure
  • Permanent or temporary denture solutions
  • Cosmetic/aesthetic improvement
If you’re having issues, it’s best to get them sooner rather than later.
Without implants, a missing or removed tooth will cause the surrounding bone to shrink away as the bone is no longer required.
If multiple teeth are lost or removed, more bone is also lost. This affects facial muscles which can cause impaired speech, premature ageing and other serious complications.

Dental Implant For A Single Tooth

A single tooth implant is a fixed, free-standing restoration. It consists of a crown attached to an implant embedded in the bone where there has been tooth loss.


  • Looks and feels like a natural tooth
  • Doesn’t require drilling of the neighbouring teeth
  • Cleaned and maintained the same way as a natural tooth
  • High success rate


  • Can be more expensive than other treatments
  • Treatment time can be longer than other solutions
  • The procedure can be technically demanding and should be done by an experienced dental implant professional.

Implants For Multiple Teeth

If multiple teeth are lost they can be replaced with either an implant supported crown or implant supported bridgework.


  • Looks and feels like a natural tooth
  • Doesn’t require drilling of the neighbouring teeth
  • Cleaned and maintained the same way as a natural tooth
  • High success rate


  • Can be more expensive than other treatments
  • Treatment time can be longer than other solutions

A bridge is referred to as a fixed restoration and unlike partial dentures, it cannot be removed. A dental bridge consists of one or more replacement teeth held by crowns, which are secured to teeth on either side of the space.


A traditional ceramic bridge is made out of two crowns and a pontic (a solid prosthetic tooth).


The crowns sit on the outside of the pontic and normally attach to your existing healthy teeth. Some people do not have a healthy tooth for the bridge to attach to and therefore require a dental implant.


This procedure is commonly used towards the back of the mouth.

There are three possible implant supported denture treatment options to suit a variety of smiles.

Fixed Dentures:

A fixed denture is attached to your jaw with dental implants. This denture can be removed by your dentist to be cleaned and maintained.

Removable Dentures:

This is similar to a fixed denture with one clear exception. Once the required number of implants is set, a bar is attached to the implants to provide support for the removable denture. Your new denture will be able to clip into place and you will be able to remove it for cleaning.


An implant stabilised denture is when a small number of implants stabilise your denture. This is similar to fixed implant supported dentures with the exception that you can take it out each night and clean it.

Implant treatment is generally quick depending on the number of teeth replaced and patients report little to no discomfort with many patients returning to work and their normal daily activities the next day.

Mild pain relief medication is all that is needed to ease any pain or discomfort. Dental implant surgery usually involves the following three basic steps:

Placement of the Implant

We will carefully locate the ideal location for the implant. Then, we surgically place the implant into the jawbone. You may have some swelling and/or tenderness after dental implant surgery, but this will subside quickly. Once in place, your implant is left to bond with your jaw bone.

Healing Process

This process generally takes 3-6 months and is called osseointegration. This results in an extremely strong implant and complete integration with the jawbone. Once complete, the patient can then get the permanent replacement tooth or teeth. In many cases, the implant and temporary replacement teeth can be placed in one visit.

Placement of the Replacement Tooth or Teeth

After the healing process is complete, the implant will be checked for strength and stability. For a single tooth implant, we provide a new tooth for you, called a dental crown, which looks like and blends in with any existing tooth.

Implant-supported bridges and dentures are also custom-made to look like natural teeth and to fit your mouth.


Once the replacement tooth or teeth are fitted to your implant, treatment is complete and you can enjoy your smile!

Hopefully, we’ve provided you with enough information to take the first step towards Brisbane dental implants at St Lucia Dental but if not we can answer all your questions in your first free consultation.

Call us or email us to arrange your no obligation free consultation. A dentist will analyse your teeth and mouth with our 3d imaging technology.

They’ll then work with you to create a plan and timetable for your treatment. If you feel good about the plan, treatment can begin immediately. If not, you’ve gained valuable information about dental implants Brisbane and lost nothing in the process.