One of the biggest concerns for patients who choose dental implant teeth replacements is how long it takes for the dental implants to heal before the crown, bridge or denture can be placed. The Teeth-in-a-Day dental implant process makes it possible for patients to have dental implants placed along with a fixed teeth on the same day! I am able to offer this innovative dental technique to our patients by being at the forefront of dental implant research and by the technological investments the practice possesses. If you are interested in learning more about Teeth-in-a-Day, call our office to schedule your Teeth-in-a-Day tooth replacement consultation. The consultation will allow us to evaluate if you are a good candidate for Teeth-in-a-Day and allow us to work together to create your personalized treatment plan.
What is Teeth-in-a-Day?
Teeth-in-a-Day is a unique dental implant treatment method that allows us to place implants and anchor a non-removable prosthetic on the same day. This means we’re able to restore your smile right away, and you won’t need to spend even one day without a beautiful, functional smile.
Why Should I Consider Teeth-in-a-Day?
If you’re missing one tooth or up to one or both full arches of teeth and are not desiring to have a removable temporary during the implant healing process, the Teeth-in-a-Day process may be right for you.
Will the Teeth-in-a-Day Process Hurt? How Long Does It Take?
The surgical placement of the dental implants will be comfortable as you will receive adequate levels of local anesthesia to numb the areas. The entire process can take one or more hours to complete.
Am I a Candidate for Teeth-in-a-Day?
It depends in large part on a variety of factors including your oral health, jaw bone quantity and quality, past surgical experiences, and overall health. We’ll evaluate your smile and help you find the right treatment solution. No treatment plan is right for everyone, but the Teeth-in-a-Day procedure is a great option for patients who want to recreate lost tooth structure with natural looking, feeling, and functioning teeth replacements.