Teeth in a day is the term that most people are used to hearing. It’s been revolutionary in our practice and anybody who does this. It’s revolutionary in the sense of it can change a person’s life, their confidence, their self-esteem, just their whole appearance in a day. Kind of just to walk you through the process, you come in for an exam. We talk about what your needs are, what your goals are, what you want. And then we map out a plan. And if it’s teeth in a day, then we take some pictures of you, a CT scan. We send that off to our lab. And pretty much the next appointment, you’re here, and we’re removing all the hopeless teeth, putting in the implants, and putting in your teeth that day. That’s a temporary set of teeth. And that usually heals for anywhere between three, to four, five months. Then we make a second set of temporaries for you because the gums are gonna change a little bit over time. And we wanna make sure that you like it.
Then we say, “Bring your friend, bring your spouse. Whoever’s gotta critique your new smile, bring them in.” And then we actually make the final. And we have not had anybody that’s not happy with their final prosthesis yet. So the neat thing is that during this whole healing phase, you’re getting comfortable with these new teeth. No longer are you having the broken-down teeth, the pain, the infections that happened just because you’ve got an abscess, and it’s affecting your health. So the beautiful thing is, in these type of cases, you’re removing all of this disease in one sitting and you get healthy very quickly because all that disease is gone. And now, we’ve got nice healthy implants and nice healthy bone and your gums are healing. And you’re healing because you’re looking at yourself completely different than you did before.
You’ll Love Your Secure New Smile
One of Teeth in a Day’s most significant benefits is the quick procedure. However, that’s not the only advantage. You can also expect:
- Fast Healing – Because we use fewer implants to support your new teeth, it’s easier on your jaw. As a result, you can expect a much quicker recovery time.
- Long-Lasting Results – This procedure has about a 98.5 percent success rate with long-lasting results. While teeth may need to be replaced periodically, your implants can last a lifetime with good oral care habits.
- Improved Bone Health – Thanks to implants, you’ll strengthen your jawbone and avoid further bone loss.
- Natural Bite Strength – With implants, you’ll have stronger chewing power than if you continued wearing standard dentures.