All on 4 and All on 6

Implants All on 4 and All on 6

What are the All on 4 and All on 6 techniques?

The All on 4 and All on 6 techniques offer patients with a total or partial loss of teeth a dental prosthesis consisting of a fixed, full arch on four dental implants, in the case of All on Four, or six implant, in the case of All on Six, on the same day as the intervention.

Four benefits of choosing All on 4 or All on 6 implants

  • Patient’s quality of life improves rapidly: the specialist simultaneously places a fixed, full-arch prosthesis on four or six implants on the same day as the dental implant surgery.
  • Treatment times are much shorter: the number of interventions is reduced considerably and the immediate placement of the dental prosthesis on the same day as the intervention also minimises the time in obtaining the final teeth.
  • Stability is achieved even if the quality and quantity of bone is deficient: the All on 4 and All on 6 dental implants are much longer than conventional implants in order to maximise contact with the bone. So, for patients who are edentulous (lacking teeth), and have only a little amount of bone, these two techniques offer a good solution; the All on Four technique for patients with average bone resorption and the All on Six technique for patients with more severe bone resorption, where a greater level of stability is required.
  • The cost of treatment is lower: the cost of All on 4 and All on 6 implants is lower than that of other dental implant treatments which require either a greater number of implants or require the application of other techniques using bone grafts or more complex surgical procedures.


After evaluating each case, the Implantology specialists at the Maxillofacial Institute decide which technique is most appropriate for each patient, always ensuring that the patient’s quality of life is improved as quickly as possible and providing safer and longer-lasting results.