Full Mouth Implants at Augusta Road

Learn to love your smile again!

What is ProGrin Premier Smile?

ProGrin Premier Smile is a life-changing procedure and a chance at a brand new smile. Whether you want your old smile back or something completely new, we are here to help. No other procedure will restore form and function like full mouth implants or “All-on-4”. Imagine being able to eat the foods that you love and smiling confidently, all without any dental pain. ProGrin Premier Smile restores the quality of life that you deserve. Let’s explore:

Our Amazing All-on-4 Implant Results

At ProGrin Dental in Boiling Springs, SC, we are in the business of making our patients’ lives easier, more comfortable, and more enjoyable. We truly care about our patients and love building a bond with them throughout their procedures. 

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Top Rated All-on-4 Implants in South Carolina

With ProGrin Premier Smile, you will walk away with more confidence and less pain! All-on-4 is a dental implant technique where both the upper and lower set of teeth are replaced with just 4 implants. With fewer dental implants needed, overall cost and treatment time is reduced!

On the same day that your natural teeth are removed, you receive a new smile attached to those implants. You will never be without teeth throughout this journey!

  • A cost-effective solution. Your new teeth only require four implants per jaw. Therefore, overall cost is reduced!

  • Reduced need for bone grafting. The special angled placement of the implants ensures a secure and stable anchorage for the replaced arch, often making bone grafting unnecessary.

  • Faster treatment and healing time. Your replacement arch can be attached to your implants on the same day.

  • Scientifically proven and documented. The All-on-4 treatment concept is supported by amazing clinical outcomes from studies over a decade with great results.

Dr. Constantine is originally from Uniontown, Pennsylvania, about 45 miles south of Pittsburgh. He and his beautiful wife, Trish, met during their sophomore year at Ohio University. Three weeks prior to starting dental school, they got married, and we haven’t looked back. Outside of the office, you can find him in the gym or involved in almost anything sports related. On weekends, you can find Trish and Dr. Constantine enjoying a good dinner downtown with friends or seeking new adventures wherever their travels may take them.

Dr. Constantine has a passion for implant dentistry and full-mouth rehabilitation. He feels that continuing education is an integral part of being a dentist. Each year he pursues many hours of continuing education, broadening his skills and knowledge. One of the things he enjoys most about his profession is that no day is the same. Each day brings new challenges. These challenges allow me to use the skills I’ve developed and encourage me to continue to learn so that I’m able to provide the care that my patients need and deserve.

“I’m very thankful that I have the opportunity to be a dentist. Each day I have the opportunity to improve not only the health of my patients but in some cases, I’m able to make a positive difference for a patient that will impact the rest of their life. Every day I look forward to seeing a patient that has been reluctant to come to the dentist because of a previous bad experience or a patient that is unhappy with their smile. It is very rewarding to be able to give that person a smile they deserve. I do this in hopes that they will share that smile with others. I see daily the positive impact that a smile can have. At the end of the day, I want my patients to know that they are being treated by a team that has their best interests at heart.”

– Dr. Constantine

Dr. Richard Constantine

Your Augusta Road, SC family dentist

‘‘At the end of the day, I want my patients to know that they are being treated by a team that has their best interests at heart.

Dr. Richard Constantine, Greenville Dentist
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology with minor in Psychology, Ohio University

  • Doctorate of Dental Surgery, West Virginia University School of Dentistry

Dr. Richard Constantine
Your Augusta Road, SC Dentist

Dr. Constantine is originally from Uniontown, Pennsylvania, about 45 miles south of Pittsburgh. He and his beautiful wife, Trish, met during their sophomore year at Ohio University. Three weeks prior to starting dental school, they got married, and they haven’t looked back. Outside of the office, you can find him in the gym or involved in almost anything sports related. On weekends, you can find Trish and Dr. Constantine enjoying a good dinner downtown with friends or seeking new adventures wherever their travels may take them.

Dr. Constantine has a passion for implant dentistry and full-mouth rehabilitation. He feels that continuing education is an integral part of being a dentist. Each year he pursues many hours of continuing education, broadening his skills and knowledge. One of the things he enjoys most about his profession is that no day is the same. Each day brings new challenges. These challenges allow me to use the skills I’ve developed and encourage me to continue to learn so that I’m able to provide the care that my patients need and deserve.

“I’m very thankful that I have the opportunity to be a dentist. Each day I have the opportunity to improve not only the health of my patients but in some cases, I’m able to make a positive difference for a patient that will impact the rest of their life. Every day I look forward to seeing a patient that has been reluctant to come to the dentist because of a previous bad experience or a patient that is unhappy with their smile. It is very rewarding to be able to give that person a smile they deserve. I do this in hopes that they will share that smile with others. I see daily the positive impact that a smile can have. At the end of the day, I want my patients to know that they are being treated by a team that has their best interests at heart.”

– Dr. Constantine

Implant Process

Our Greenville, SC dentist loves seeing our patients’ lives change through implant dentistry, and this modern treatment is the right step towards achieving your dream smile. Here are the four steps that we take to get create your full mouth dental implants.

Step one to all-on-4
Initial Records

During your first visit, you will consult with our skillful doctor to determine if All-on-4 is right for you. Once we determine that this life-changing treatment is exactly what you want, we will start your journey to a new smile!

step two to all-on4
Surgery and Temporary

Your comfort is of our utmost importance. Local anesthetic is administered prior to removing any remaining teeth and infections. Implants are placed and we attach your temporary teeth to the implants. This means you will leave the day of surgery with teeth that are screwed into place and cannot be removed.

step three of all-on-4
Final Records

We want to make sure you are well taken care of. During these visits, we will see how you are feeling with your new teeth. We will take impressions and make sure everything is going smoothly for your final visit.

step 4 to all-on-4
Final Teeth

You will be left with a smile exactly how you have always dreamed. You will be able to walk away with a permanent set of teeth that will last you a lifetime. You can eat, talk, and enjoy your life without pain.

5 star reviews

"The staff make you feel like family."

"Dr Henley is very caring and concerned with the patients comfort during and procedure or check up process."

Jean T., Actual Patient at ProGrin Dental of Boiling Springs

After-Care Instructions

Proper care is required after an All-on-4 treatment. We want to make sure that you are healing correctly and taking care of your new smile. It is important to pay extra attention to:

  • Your soft food diet. Eating high-quality and nutritious foods is so important while healing. Too many people resort to eating simple carbs that lack vitamins and nutrients. The body has to undergo a great deal of healing after this procedure, so make sure you are choosing healthy options to allow your body to heal quickly.

  • Proper oral hygiene. It is important that you continue to care for your teeth by brushing, flossing, and using a waterpik. 

  • Rest. Plan to rest for the first 3-4 days after surgery. Bending, lifting, or strenuous activity will result in increased bleeding, swelling, and pain.

Don’t miss out! Download our FREE brochure that outlines all of your proper care instructions after surgery.

FAQs About Dental Implants?

Get answers straight from our implant dentists.
  • Is All-on-4 Covered by Insurance?

    This question has a complicated answer.  Because all on 4 involves several separate dental procedures (extractions, dental implants, prosthetic restorations), it is possible to use some dental insurance benefits to cover this treatment.  Coverage varies widely by both carrier and specific plan, so it is important for you to understand what your specific dental plan covers.

    Most insurance plans cover at least a portion of tooth extractions, and some will cover a portion of prosthetic restorations.  We have actually seen a few insurance plans catching up with the times and covering a portion of dental implants as well.  In order to know your specific coverage, our front office team can communicate with your insurance company before you complete the procedure.

  • Is All-on-4 Painful?

    In the long run?  No.

    It is a surgical procedure, though, so you should expect some post-operative pain and/or discomfort.  Any time you have a tooth pulled or a dental implant placed, your body experiences “normal” post-op pain as part of the healing process.  Because an all on 4 procedure involves multiple extractions and multiple implants, we cannot claim that it will be pain free.

    We can assure you that we have many years of experience in dental surgeries and know exactly how to help our patients manage surgical pain.

  • Is All-on-4 Worth It?

    All-on-4 is a relatively expensive investment in your smile.  For one who has suffered decades of pain, infection, discomfort, and embarrassment from his or her teeth, an All-on-4 treatment is well worth the investment.  It provides a healthy oral situation by replacing any and all sources of dental pain and infection with an implant-supported prosthesis that functions well to properly chew food.  It builds confidence by providing a cosmetically appealing smile with “new” teeth.

    Because these are benefits that will last a lifetime, they far outweigh the monetary costs.

  • Is All-on-4 Removable?

    No.

    When people call All-on-4 “implant dentures”, they are incorrect.  Your dentist attaches the prosthesis to the implants with tiny screws that only the dentist can unscrew.  This makes it a “fixed” restoration, as opposed to a removable one.  Patients do not remove All-on-4 prosthetics.  The dentist removes it about once a year for maintenance, evaluation, and professional cleaning.

    Because these are benefits that will last a lifetime, they far outweigh the monetary costs.

  • Is All-on-4 Comfortable?

    Yes.

    After the initial healing phase, there should be no discomfort with an All-on-4 restoration.  There is an adjustment period, during which your lips, cheeks, and tongue must get used to the presence of the prosthesis.  You could suffer minor friction irritation or biting your cheeks, lips, or tongue in that adjustment phase.

  • Is All-on-4 a Denture?

    No.

    As we’ve already stated, All-on-4 is not removable by the patient.  There is another important difference.  Where dentures require extensions into the area under the lips and cheeks, causing an unnatural bulky or full appearance to the face, All-on-4 rests only on the jawbone of the dental arch.  Because the dental implants support the prosthesis, there is no need for excess material that presses outward into the cheeks and lips.

    In fact, the only thing that All-on-4 has in common with a traditional denture is that it also replaces all of the teeth in a dental arch.

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