The All-on-4 dental treatment has received its fair share of skepticism, just as any revolutionary method that breaks the mold and challenges traditional methods would receive. The growing body of scientific literature and historical results show a long track record of strong and resilient results. One clinical study carried out to evaluate the success rate of all-on-4 treatments revealed a 93 percent prosthetic survival rate and 98 percent implant success after a five year period. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4253293/). This is just one piece of evidence that supports the effectiveness of the All-on-4 dental treatment, but there are many other studies that point toward the same conclusion. There are some practitioners invested in maintaining the status quo, rather than adapting to new techniques and technologies that provide patients with a superior result. Even so, some dentists are waking up to the call of cutting-edge technology and procedures like the All-on-4 implant technique, to offer patients better solutions to their dental problems.