Teeth In A Day Dental Replacement Procedure
Attractive, natural-looking teeth help us to look and feel our best.
They let us enjoy the food we love. And they allow us to be naturally confident at home, work and play. Loss or damage of one or more teeth can have a considerable impact on everyday life and self esteem.
Fortunately, modern dentistry offers a variety of solutions to restore or replace teeth for a natural appearance and improved function.
What is Teeth-In-A-Day All-on-4® Treatment?
Teeth-In-A-Day is an implant system designed to allow you to walk into our office without teeth and walk out, the same day with new set of permanent teeth on four implants.
Traditional implants require six, eight or even more implants per arch (upper and lower jaw) and some patients may need bone grafting, which could require six months or more of healing time.
The Teeth in a Day procedure saves you time and money, all with minimal discomfort.
Utilizing the All-on-4® treatment concept created by Nobel Biocare, you can experience an efficient and effective restoration using only four implants to support an immediately loaded full-arch prosthesis.
This procedure is not only for patients without teeth, if you have a broken down, worn smile that requires multiple extractions, the Teeth in a Day treatment could be the right option for you.
Benefits of Teeth-In-A-Day Implant Tooth Replacement Therapy:
- Same-day tooth replacement
- Look and function like natural teeth
- Preservation and improvement of facial structure
- Long lasting tooth replacement
- Improved ability to eat
- Improved ability to speak
- Improved self-esteem
- Improved quality of life
Our dedicated team of dental professionals take great pride in their work. Being able to transform our patients smiles, give them back the ability to chew without dentures, improving their overall health – is what we do!
To learn more about pricing, benefit insurance coverage, possible pain or discomfort and whether or not you may or may not be a candidate, schedule a free consultation with a dental implant dentist today.