Teeth-in-a-Day is a dental implant approach that restores your smile in just one visit. Unlike traditional dental implants, which require multiple visits with periods of healing in between, Teeth-in-a-Day allows you to achieve a beautiful, healthy smile as quickly as possible.
All-on-4Ⓡ dental implants are an example of the Teeth-in-a-Day approach. Unlike individual implants that consist of a post, abutment, and crown to replace individual teeth, All-on-4 can restore an entire upper or lower span of teeth using just four implants on the top or bottom arch.
Perhaps the most appealing aspect of the Teeth-in-a-Day approach is the chance to see your beautiful new smile without waiting for lengthy healing times. In most cases, once you decide to move forward with Teeth-in-a-Day, you’ll get your new teeth with very little waiting.
This approach also boasts a high success rate. The recovery time is swift, and there’s no need for any form of temporary dentures while you wait for your implants to be crafted.
It is a great option for people who’ve lost their teeth during a traumatic accident. The ability to restore a smile quickly and effectively is a big draw.
Most people are great candidates for this dental implant approach. If you’re searching for a treatment option that delivers almost immediate results without the need to schedule multiple appointments over many months, Teeth-in-a-Day might be a good fit.
To get dental implants, you must have enough healthy bone tissue for the post portion of the implants to anchor. If you’ve lost significant bone tissue, you may need to go through bone grafting prior to getting new implants.
If you have decayed or damaged teeth, you may need to have them pulled prior to moving forward with dental implants of any type. Depending on your specific oral health issues, you might need to wait until your gums heal before moving forward with implants after tooth extractions.
If you’d like to learn more about what Teeth-in-a-Day dental implants can do for your smile, call the office to set up a consultation. Online booking is also an option and takes very little time to complete.