ALL – ON – X

All-On-X is a graftless concept that aims to avoid complex and additional procedures like bone grafting to minimise discomfort and patient downtime. It has become the best option to regaining a set of missing teeth due to its strength, natural aesthetic and patient-centric considerations.  The procedure has evolved so that full set of teeth can be inserted in as little as  1 – 3 days. The All-On-X treatment aims to replace a set compromised teeth  with a minimum of four dental implants and a set of 10 – 14 teeth.
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Who Is Suitable For All On X?

All-On-X is an excellent treatment option if you:

  • Have multiple missing teeth and inadequate bone for conventional dental implant procedures
  • Have multiple missing teeth and require complex bone grafting procedures
  • Can’t tolerate conventional dentures/find dentures loose
  • Want to have an appropriate and adequate diet but have painful and/loose teeth
  • Have no teeth
  • Have speech problems with dentures and/or missing teeth

All-On-X has become the best alternative to a set of missing teeth due to its strength, natural aesthetics and patient-centric treatment protocol. The protocol has evolved to the point that a full set of teeth can be inserted within 1 – 3 days.

Steps To Completing Your All-On-X journey

Initial Consultation

After an initial consultation, we will gather further information to  to diagnose and treat your missing teeth appropriately. We may require moulds to be taken to assess your bite and other diagnostic records, such as x-rays to assess bone availability.

Smile Assessment

Your cosmetic dentist will assess the position of your teeth to ensure your new smile perfectly frames your face. A bespoke treatment plan will be carefully designed to ensure a tailored solution. 

Implant Placement

This visit is where the dental implant screw is placed with precision into the jaw bone.  If you require a tooth extraction, it is possible to have this done during your implant placement. This will save you having to undergo two seperate surgeriesYour dentist will discuss the sedation and anxiolysis options available to you. Every care will be taken to ensure you have the most pleasant experience.


At this appointment, your cosmetic dentist will insert the new bridge and assess your bite. Minor adjustments may be made to finesse a beautiful and natural aesthetic.

Final Application

At your last visit, our team will insert the final All-On-X implant bridge.

The Cost of All-On-X

The cost of an All-On-X procedure starts at $20,000. This package pricing includes the dental implants, screws, implant abutments and the All-On-X bridge. Please note that prices may vary for each case as there are various factors and conditions that will influence the reconstruction of the missing teeth. For example, some patients may require sedation services or a bone graft before starting the All-On-X journey. Book a complimentary consultation and visit Dentist Hawthorn or a free quote.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our patients have many questions around All-On-X. We have put together a list of the most frequently asked questions.

If your question doesn’t appear in our list, get in touch to chat with our helpful staff.

The All-On-X procedure involves the placement of four or more dental implants in strategic positions within the jawbone to support a full arch of teeth. These implants act as anchors for a fixed prosthesis, providing stability and functionality similar to natural teeth. There are significantly fewer implants needed when compared with traditional dental implant restorations.

When considering the All-On-X procedure, it’s essential to understand that many people are seeking this transformative treatment for various reasons, all rooted in the desire for a healthier, more confident smile. Some find themselves grappling with multiple missing teeth, perhaps due to years of wear and tear, dental decay, or even accidents. For others, traditional dentures may have become uncomfortable or inconvenient, impacting their ability to eat, speak, and engage with confidence. Whatever the reason, know that you’re not alone on this journey. All-On-X implants offer a remarkable solution, providing stability, functionality, and a natural-looking smile that can truly change lives. It’s about reclaiming joy in simple pleasures like sharing a meal or laughing without hesitation. So, if you’re considering All-On-X, rest assured that you’re taking a significant step towards a brighter, happier future filled with countless reasons to smile.

Choosing between All-On-X implants and traditional implants is a significant decision, and each option offers its own set of benefits. All-on-X implants may be particularly appealing for several reasons. Firstly, they offer a quicker and more streamlined treatment process compared to traditional implants, often requiring fewer implants and less extensive surgery. This means less time spent in the dental chair and a faster path to enjoying your new smile. Additionally, All-On-X implants can be a more cost-effective solution, as they typically involve fewer implants and may require less bone grafting. Furthermore, All-On-X implants provide immediate functionality, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile confidently shortly after the procedure. They also offer excellent stability and support for a full arch of teeth, ensuring a comfortable and natural-feeling restoration. Ultimately, the decision between All-On-X and traditional implants depends on your individual needs, preferences, and oral health situation. Consulting with one of our implant dentists can help you determine which option is best suited to achieve your desired outcome.

The success rate of All-On-X implants is very, very high. We have found success rates ranging from 90% to 95% over a ten-year period.

The entire All-On-X procedure, including implant placement, and prosthesis fabrication and delivery, typically takes about 72 hours to complete, although the exact timeframe can vary depending on individual circumstances.

The recovery process after All-On-X implant placement involves some initial discomfort and swelling, which can be managed with pain medication and proper oral hygiene. Most people can resume normal activities within a few days to a week.

Proper care and maintenance are essential for ensuring the longevity and optimal function of All-On-X prosthesis. Here are some tips for caring for your All-On-4 prosthesis:

  1. Regular Oral Hygiene: Just like natural teeth, All-On-X prostheses require regular cleaning to prevent plaque buildup and maintain oral health. Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. Additionally, use dental floss or interdental brushes to clean between the prosthesis and gums.
  2. Use Proper Cleaning Tools: Your implant dentist may recommend specific cleaning tools such as water flossers, interdental brushes, or special dental picks to effectively clean around the All-On-X prosthesis and implants. Follow your implant dentist’s recommendations for the best results.
  3. Attend Regular Dental Check-Ups: Schedule regular dental check-ups and cleanings with your implant dentist to monitor the health of your All-On-X prosthesis and implants. Your implant dentist can detect any issues early on and provide the necessary treatment to prevent complications.
  4. Avoid Hard Or Sticky Foods: While All-On-X prostheses are designed to withstand normal chewing forces, it’s best to avoid hard or sticky foods that may damage or dislodge the prosthesis. Opt for softer foods and cut food into smaller pieces to reduce stress on the prosthesis.
  5. Quit Smoking: Smoking can increase the risk of implant failure and complications with All-On-X prostheses. If you smoke, consider quitting or reducing your smoking habits to improve the longevity of your prosthesis and overall oral health.
  6. Protect Your Prosthesis: If you participate in activities that may pose a risk to your All-On-X prosthesis, such as contact sports, wear a mouthguard to protect your teeth and implants from injury.
  7. Follow Implant Dentist’s Instructions: Listen to your implant dentist’s instructions for caring for your All-On-X prosthesis and implants. They may provide specific recommendations tailored to your individual needs and oral health status.

By following these care tips and maintaining good oral hygiene practices, you can help ensure the long-term success and functionality of your All-On-X prosthesis. Additionally, don’t hesitate to contact your implant dentist if you experience any issues or concerns with your prosthesis.

While complications are rare, potential risks associated with All-On-X implants include infection, implant failure, and damage to surrounding structures. Adhering to post-operative care instructions can help minimise these risks. Your implant dentist will discuss all relevant risks of treatment with you and like all surgical procedures, a second opinion is recommended.

With proper care and maintenance, All-On-X implants can last for many years and, in some cases, a lifetime.

Yes, All-On-X implants provide stability and functionality similar to natural teeth, allowing people to eat and speak with confidence.

One of the exciting aspects of this procedure is the ability to customise your new smile to perfectly match your unique preferences and facial features. Whether you desire a brighter shade, a specific tooth shape, or even a subtle enhancement, our team is dedicated to working closely with you to achieve the smile of your dreams. Your satisfaction and confidence in your new smile are our top priorities, and we are here to ensure that every detail reflects your individual style and personality. Together, we’ll create a radiant smile that truly represents the best version of you.

Regular dental check-ups and cleanings are essential for maintaining the health of All-On-X implants and the surrounding tissues. We typically recommend an annual tune-up. However, your implant dentist will recommend a follow-up schedule based on your individual needs.

Yes, All-On-X implants can be used to replace either the upper or lower arch, depending on your individual needs.

Yes, there are alternative treatments to All-On-X implants, such as traditional dental implants, implant-supported bridges, and removable dentures. Your implant dentist can help determine the best treatment option based on your specific situation and preferences.

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