Improving Smiles. Changing Lives.
Over 60% of 3 on 6™ patients had previously decided to not pursue any treatment because the treatment plans they received were too expensive or their doctor believe they didn't have enough bone for implants.
The 3 on 6™ has made permanent smile restoration affordable and accessible for many people who previously were left to choose between dentures or a smile they weren't happy with.
Six implants are placed to provide permanent strength and protect from bone loss.
Three beautiful, bright, and incredibly strong zirconia bridges are attached to the implants.
Control and Comfort
With no acrylic mouthpiece, eating and speaking feels just like using your natural teeth.
No glues or rinses. Brushing and flossing are all that is needed.
More than just a new smile...
Restoring someone's beautiful smile has the effect of changing how they interact with people, and more importantly how they feel about themselves. Whether it's asking for a raise or inviting someone to dinner, being confident in their smile has made a world of difference.
Don't wait! Restore the beauty and confidence that will improve your life for the better. Your only regret will be that you hadn't done it sooner.
The 3 on 6™ Process
Step 1: Free Consultation
Everything begins with a free consultation with a 3 on 6™ certified doctor. They will take scans of your mouth which they will use to determine if you are a candidate for the 3 on 6™.
At this initial consultation, they will also go over payment and financing options with you and determine if and when you would like to begin treatment.
Step 2: Implant Surgery
At the following appointment, the implant surgery will take place. This can be done with local anesthesia or you can choose to be sedated. After this surgery, the implants will need to heal for anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.
During this time you will receive temporary bridges so that you are not toothless while you heal. Our dental lab will use scans of your teeth or pre-designed models to design your new smile. You will have input on the design including the shade of the teeth.
Step 3: Temporary Restoration
After your implants are healed and strong, you will receive an updated set of temporary bridges. These are made out of a cheaper material and will give you the chance to make any recommendations before you get your final teeth.
After trying the bridges for a few weeks, the doctor will meet with you and based on your feedback, they may make some modifications to your bridges.
Step 4: Final Bridges
Your final zirconia bridges will then be made by our in-house 3 on 6™ dental lab specialists, based on the specifications from your doctor. A final appointment will be scheduled in which the doctor will place your final bridges and ensure that it meets all of your expectations.
Your new 3 on 6™ smile will be beautiful and permanent. You don't have to ever remove it and can maintain it with simple brushing and flossing. You can smile, speak, kiss, and chew with confidence!
Find a Licensed
3 on 6™
Provider Near You
The 3 on 6™ treatment is only offered by 3 on 6™ licensed offices. These doctors have received extensive training on treatment planning and surgery and have access to the 3 on 6™ lab. You can find the location nearest you here.
Patient's bone in mouth is preserved
Patient's natural gums are used
Easy to clean at home with standard brushing and flossing
Bone is removed to create space for the bulky restoration
The fake acrylic gumline creates food traps that are very difficult to clean at home
Must be removed regularly for expensive cleanings
3 on 6™ Limited Lifetime Guarantee
Our 3 on 6™ procedure comes with a limited lifetime guarantee with participating providers. Our goal is to make your new 3 on 6™ smile last you for the rest of your life. By following our guidelines and oral health directions, we know that it can happen!
Some benefits of the guarantee includes free implant replacement in the first year due to failure, lifetime full implant replacement if no osseointegration occurs, lifetime bite adjustments by your provider, discounted replacement bridges, and more!
Check with your provider to see if they offer the guarantee and for terms and conditions.
Do you accept insurance?Most of our offices work with just about all dental insurance companies to help you maximize your dental benefits for the work you receive.
Can I finance my treatment with payments?If you have good credit (score of 600 or higher), chances are you will qualify for financing. If you don’t have good credit, your provider may still be able to help you with payments, but will require a down payment and a steady income.
What if I don't live near a 3 on 6™ provider location?Many patients travel to receive 3 on 6™ treatment. Check with the office you're considering to find out how many trips you might expect to complete treatment. The office manager at your location will also be happy to help you plan travel and lodging.
How does the 3 on 6™ price compare to comparable treatments?Our 3 on 6™ patients often thousands of dollars when compared to other comparable treatment plans. Our licensed offices pride themselves on being able to offer the most competitive prices in the market. Because implants and full mouth restorations are all that we do, we get great deals on the supplies and equipment we use and our doctors are quicker and more efficient. We are also able to offer significant savings by using our own in-house lab instead of an outside lab like most offices.
Is the procedure painful?Our doctors make sure that treatment is as pleasant as possible. Most providers offer general anesthesia with a dedicated anesthesiologist if you'd prefer to just sleep through the entire procedure and wake up with a beautiful new smile. Some may offer IV sedation or other options. Please check with your provider. Similar to most trips to the dentist, you shouldn’t feel any pain during the procedure. While most patients have some level of pain in the week after surgery, most patients can manage it with over-the-counter Ibuprofen or Tylenol. Your provider may also prescribe medication in case you have pain that can't be managed with OTC medications.
How long is the recovery?Most patients feel good enough to return to work within a couple days after surgery. After the implants are placed, you will generally require a 3-4 month healing period (on a soft foods diet) for the implants before your final restorations are placed.
Will I leave my surgery with no teeth?Absolutely not! You will leave the office the day of surgery with a beautiful new smile. During the time that the implants are healing you will have temporary bridges or in rare cases a removable option like a denture. Rest assured, you will never leave our office without teeth in your mouth!
Do I get to choose the design of my teeth?Your doctor will work with you on getting the look of your teeth that you want, taking into consideration that a long-lasting, healthy smile are given top priority.
How do I know if I'm a candidate?During your consultation, you will receive a 3D scan of your mouth and jaw bones. The health and amount of bone you have will be very important to determine whether or not you are eligible for a 3 on 6™. Your doctor will let you know during your consultation which procedures you are a candidate for.
What if I don't have enough bone for implants?Some patients have been told they don't have enough bone for implants when in reality they do. In cases where there is significant bone loss, there may still be solutions with the help of bone grafting or specialized zygomatic/pterygoid implants. We can often find a solution where other offices may not. It is only a small percentage of patients who don't have enough bone for the 3 on 6™. For those patients, we can usually offer another solution like the All-on-X.
What is the difference between the All-on-X and the 3 on 6™?The All-on-X is a larger, bulkier restoration that can feel unnatural in your mouth. Because of its size, it often requires removing bone to create space for it in your mouth. It is sometimes the best option when there is already severe bone loss. Some drawbacks to the All-on-X is that it can trap food and should be removed periodically for cleanings and to prevent infection. It is also a single unit restoration which reduces implant stimulation and increases the chances of bone and tissue loss. The 3 on 6™ uses three segmented bridges that are attached using six implants in an arch. Only the teeth are replaced so there are no fake acrylic gums, making it feel similar to having your natural teeth in your mouth again. Bone doesn't have to be removed and the six implants on segmented bridges increases implant stimulation to protect against bone loss. In addition, the 3 on 6™ does not need to be removed for cleanings or maintenance.
Why shouldn't I just go with a denture?Most people experience a gag reflex with dentures because it can feel like using a large plastic mouth guard. It can also cause irritation and pain, speech problems, and reduce the ability to taste foods. In addition, glues must be used to prevent the denture from slipping out. Some of the glue will be ingested which is uncomfortable and unhealthy. Denture users also must avoid certain foods. Since dentures don’t provide any bone support, the bone in your jaw slowly deteriorates when you wear a denture. This changes the shape of your mouth, making it so that you’ll need to use more glue and eventually replace your dentures every few years. Dentures should be the last option for someone considering smile restoration.
How do I maintain a 3 on 6™ smile?Maintaining your new 3 on 6™ smile will be similar to taking care of regular teeth. If you keep them clean they should last the rest of your life. You’ll still need to brush and floss, and we highly recommend the use of a waterflosser to help keep your implants and gums very clean. Patients should schedule regular dental cleanings every 6 months. The cleanings are standard and nothing has to be removed. We also recommend you avoid smoking and drugs as these things can affect your bone density and implant longevity. A healthy diet and regular exercise will contribute to your dental and overall health.