All-on-4 Dental Implants

Are you missing your teeth on one or both arches, but have been told you don't qualify for dental implants?

Using the All-on-4® method, Drs. Mohamed Saccoh and Kheri-Ann Robinson can help restore your smile, often without preparatory bone grafting. 

Request an All-on-4 consultation at our practice serving Baltimore, MD, to restore your oral function and appearance. 

What Are All-on-4 Dental Implants?

All-on-4 is a dental implant technique that supports a denture using just four strategically placed implants. This is great for patients with mild to moderate bone loss who would otherwise require preparatory bone grafting to support implants. By placing two of the implants at an angle, your dentist can maximize the existing bone material so the implants can properly fuse to the jawbone.

Traditional implant placement requires six to eight implants, but the All-on-4 method only requires four to restore a full arch. Dentures are then secured to the implant posts to restore your smile.

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Candidates for All-on-4

You may be a good candidate for All-on-4 treatment if you:

Are Missing Most or All of Your Teeth

The All-on-4 method is for patients missing all of their teeth along one or both dental arches. If you have several healthy remaining teeth, an implant-supported dental bridge or partial denture may be a better option.

Are in Good Oral Health

You must be free of tooth decay and gum disease before implant placement. This ensures a healthy foundation for your dental implants.

Have Sufficient Jawbone Material

While this treatment allows many patients with bone loss to skip preparatory bone grafting, you must still have enough bone material left to support the implants. 

Do Not Use Tobacco

Tobacco use has been linked to an increased risk of oral health complications, including implant failure. It is best to stop all tobacco products before your implant placement procedure. 

Find Out if You Qualify for All-on-4 Treatment Request a consultation today

Missing teeth can make simple tasks like eating and speaking difficult. Tooth loss can also lead to further oral health complications, like a shrinking jawbone. Dental implants can help you eat the foods you love and speak without worrying about whether your dentures will slip. With All-on-4 implants, even patients with mild-to-moderate jawbone deterioration can enjoy the benefits of a restored smile. 

Find out if you qualify for this life-changing treatment by requesting a consultation at our dental practice in Joppa, MD. Fill out our online form or call us today. 

(410) 679-4500

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Joppa, MD


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Joppa, MD


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Why Choose
FCI Dental Care
For Your All-on-4 Treatment?

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  • Advanced Technology

    We use advanced dental technology such as digital X-rays, a 3D cone beam scanner, and intraoral cameras to diagnose and plan your dental treatment with precision accuracy. 

  • Comprehensive Treatment

    We offer comprehensive treatment options, including general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry, so you can get the care you need in one convenient location. 

  • Dental Experts

    Our Joppa dental practice is led by two dentists, Dr. Mohamed Saccoh and Dr. Kheri-Ann Robinson. Since 2001, our practice has provided greater Baltimore with expert care.

Making Functional Smiles More Affordable

We do not want financial barriers to prevent our Joppa and Baltimore patients from experiencing healthy and functional smiles. Here is how we can help:


While most insurance plans do not cover implants, they may cover other aspects of your dental treatment, such as your dentures. We will verify coverage before your treatment begins so you can accurately plan and budget.


For those without dental insurance and to cover costs not covered by insurance, we offer payment plans and CareCredit® financing. This allows you to finance the cost of your treatment into flexible and affordable monthly payments.

All-on-4 Timeline

It is important to remember that your timeline may vary. However, here is an example of a typical All-on-4 treatment for our Baltimore-area patients.


During your initial consultation at our Joppa, MD, dental office, Dr. Saccoh will examine your mouth and discuss your oral health history and goals to determine if All-on-4 dental implants are right for you. If you need preparatory treatment such as bone grafting or tooth extraction, this must be done first. 


Your dentist will take impressions of your mouth. This allows our lab to craft a custom, natural-looking denture. 


Before your implant placement surgery begins, your dentist will numb the area with a local anesthetic. We also offer sedation dentistry options for those who need an extra level of comfort care for their procedure. 

Implant Placement

Your dentist will make small incisions in the gums. The implant posts will be placed in the jawbone, and abutment connector pieces attached. A temporary denture will typically be placed, so you're not without a smile.

Healing Period

You will be given time to heal. Your implants will fuse to the jawbone over the next three to six months. This process is called osseointegration.

Denture Placement 

Once your implants have healed, Dr. Saccoh will secure your custom-crafted dentures to the implants. All that is left to do is enjoy your new smile!

Get Started on Your Smile Restoration Journey Request a consultation today

If you are living with tooth loss and have been told you do not qualify for traditional dental implants due to jawbone atrophy, All-on-4 treatment might be right for you. However, the longer you delay treatment, the more you risk further bone loss. Dental implants are considered the gold standard for tooth replacement and offer a variety of benefits.

Don't wait. Get started on your smile restoration journey by requesting an All-on-4 consultation today. Use our online form or call our practice serving Baltimore, MD, at:

(410) 679-4500

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Anne Gentry

Joppa, MD


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I have been going to FCI for the last three years. Dr. Saccoh has done a complete transformation of my smile. I have a million dollar smile today thanks to Dr. Saccoh. My new smile consists of several dental implants, as well as porcelain veneers. Dr. Saccoh does superb work. He is gentle and listened to all of my concerns. Everyone from Dr. Saccoh to the staff is amazing and personable. While at the front desk, Selema and Maria greet you as if you're family or an old friend. I HIGHLY recommend FCI; they are nothing short of 5 stars!!!!

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Queria Monay

Joppa, MD


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Literally the best! Very prompt. Everyone’s always professional and kind. Dr. Saccoh is amazing, I love the way he treats his staff and patients. I’ve been a patient for almost 10years now and the service has been superb since day one , I had to wear braces for 6 months, and after all these years my teeth still looks great. I’ve always gotten so many compliments on them, on how perfect they look. I refer almost all of my clients here and let’s just say all of them has been completely satisfied as well even down to the cosmetic work! Thank you Dr. Saccoh and staff!

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Take a Closer Look at All-on-4 Dental Implants

Four dental implants are used to restore a full arch. Two implants are placed at an angle to maximize your existing bone material. 

Frequently Asked Questions About All-on-4 Dental Implants

Is implant placement painful?

No. The treatment site will be thoroughly numbed before your treatment begins. We also offer oral conscious sedation to help you relax and stay completely comfortable during your procedure.

How long do All-on-4 implants last?

Because dental implants are made of durable titanium, they are designed to last a lifetime. However, your denture will wear over time and eventually need to be replaced. With proper care and maintenance, your custom restoration can last for 15 years or more. 

How do I care for my new smile?

Caring for your newly restored smile is easy. Because your denture is secured to the implant post, simply brush and floss your denture as you would natural teeth; a floss threader can help you clean between the restoration and your gums. Be sure to maintain your regular dental exams and cleanings to keep your smile healthy for years to come.

I have severe bone loss. Can All-on-4 still help?

All-on-4 dental implants require sufficient bone material to graft to. If you have severe jawbone deterioration, you may still need bone grafting in order to qualify for treatment. We will coordinate care with a trusted oral surgeon for bone grafting. The good news is once your dental implants are placed, they will help keep your jawbone strong and healthy for years to come. 

Have more questions about All-on-4 dental implants? 

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Joppa, MD


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It was great from start to finish. Very happy with their service and friendly employees

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Dr. Mohamed Saccoh

Family, Cosmetic & Implant Dental Care

The team at Family, Cosmetic & Implant Dental Care provides comprehensive treatments using state-of-the-art technology so that you and your family can enjoy beautiful and healthy smiles. Our dentists are members of professional associations including:

  • International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • International Association for Orthodontics
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation
  • Maryland State Dental Association

To schedule an appointment at our Joppa, MD dentist office contact us online or call (410) 679-4500.

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