Frequently asked questions about EvoBridge All on Dental Implants
Question: Am I candidate for dental implants?
Answer:   If a patient has sufficient, healthy bone, and is in reasonably good health, they can have dental implants. You will
need a 3D CBCT and full exam. We do not accept 2D x-rays for dental implant evaluations.

Question: I have bad teeth and want Evobridge with dental implants. What should I do?
Answer:   If the teeth are non-restorable by traditional  methods then the teeth need to be extracted and go through the
denture process before you can have Evobridge. The healing time from extraction to implant placement varies with individual
healing but on average it's about 6 months. Some patients may qualify for teeth in a day on a case by case.

Question: Can I get my teeth extracted and have implants and teeth in one day?
Answer:  In some cases. If most you teeth are missing and there is enough healthy bone, immediate placement may be
possible.

Question: After my implants are placed, how long do I have to wait until I get my teeth?
Answer:  It depends. If your Dental implants achieve primary stability then an EvoBridge can be attached the next day.

Question: Can I have all of my work done in your office?
Answer:   Yes and no. Some procedures may be referred out to other providers.

Question: How many appointments does it take to get  dental implants?
Answer:  The number of appointments vary from patient to patient but on average is 2 to 3.


After completion, patients are required to return to our office every 3 months for re-care and maintenance of their dental
Implants. Any patients that do not keep all of their appointments will be dismissed from the practice.

Out of state patients
We do not advise traveling for Dental Implants. Dental implants are very complex and take a lot of additional care. A low
initial cost can soon escalate to a very expensive treatment plan when traveling expense are added to the over all treatment.