All-on-4® Implant

All-on-4® Implant

The Zirconia All-on-4 is a full arch solid zirconia All-on-Four implant restoration

Zirconia All-on-4

The Zirconia All-on-4 is a full arch solid zirconia All-on-Four implant restoration. This screw-retained implant solution is durable and esthetic, dramatically improving speech and function. The Zirconia All-on-4 attaches to the implants with titanium connections for optimal strength. The zirconia used in the Zirconia All-on-4 is made up of tiny, fine, round particles and when sintered at 1565ºC, the smallest particles are combined, creating a glassy, smooth non-porous surface. As a result, this restoration will not stain like traditional acrylic dentures and have little maintenance.

Product Advantages

Solid zirconia with pink porcelain

Strong and esthetic restoration with no odor absorption

Affordable ceramic full arch restoration

Precise CADCAM fit

Improved speech


Predictable lab fees for the All-on-Four


Full arch implant supported prothesis for edentulous arch

Screw-retained bridges

4 or more implants

Patient with ridge resorption


Implants are more than 2mm subgingival

Facial screw access holes

*Divergent implants with greater than 10º divergence will require sub mucosal (Multi-Unit, Low Profile, SRA, etc…) abutment.

Zirconia All-on-4 Material

Solid CADCAM milled zirconia All-on-Four

Pink hand layered ceramic gingiva

Titanium bases for strengthened implant platform connection


All-on-4: zygoma implants and quad zygoma Branemark initially developed zygoma implants for 3 primary reasons as his treatment modality for
(1) maxillary defect with post cancer (CA) resection,

(2) trauma,

(3) severe maxillary atrophy.

The concept of the zygoma implants is to use available bone at a distant site when locally insufficient.

The apex of the implant gets engaged to the body of the zygoma, transversing the maxillary sinus and emerging from the first molar position at a 450 angle  categorizes the maxilla into 3 zones radiographically: zone 1 = premaxilla, zone 2 = premolar and zone 3 = molar.

The zygoma implants are indicated where there is insufficient bone in the premolar and molar regions, leaving only the anterior premaxilla available.

The implant configuration will be 2 axial implants in the anterior position and 2 zygoma implants in the posterior region. If there is absolutely no available bone in the maxilla, the Quad Zygoma uses 4 zygomatic implants to support fullarch prosthesis.