Teeth In A Day: What To Know Before You Consider

Written by on April 15, 2019 in News Flash with 0 Comments

People who have one or several missing teeth do not have to seek invasive surgery anymore. Instead, today's dentists have developed a completely different technique to restore teeth without taking any longer than a few days. Known as the ‘Teeth In A Day‘ procedure, dentists help their patients regain their smiles by installing new teeth in as little as a few hours. Patient preparation and recovery time is minimal, so a patient can head back to work or school the following day. The Teeth In A Day dental restoration procedure is ideal for people who need teeth replacements, but do not want to undergo invasive surgery to achieve a good result.

What is the Teeth In A Day dental procedure?

The Teeth In A Day procedure sounds like a fantasy solution, but it is not. It is simply a dental implant system that restores missing and/or broken teeth. The missing and/or broken teeth are replaced with what is known as teeth implants or prosthetic teeth. After the new teeth are installed, the patient is able to leave the dentist office on the same day they receive their new teeth.

This type of dental implant surgery is considered a long-lasting procedure. Patients enjoy many months to years of dental relief after they undergo the Teeth In A Day procedure. The procedure also cuts down the time a patient would spend getting traditional dental implants. Traditional dental implants generally take several dentist visits to successfully plan and implement. The Teeth In A Day procedure, however, allows both patient and dentist to immediately address dental issues without having to wait weeks or even months to correct broken or missing teeth.

The Teeth In A Day implants are installed directly into a patient's jawbone. This installation method allows the teeth to properly anchor within the patient's jaw. When securely anchored, the implants act as the roots of healthy teeth and this foundation is where the dentist then installs durable, natural-looking prosthetic tooth crowns.

Who is a candidate for the Teeth In A Day dental procedure?

People who have significant dental problems may be the perfect candidate for the Teeth In A Day dental procedure. For example, older people who use dentures may qualify for the non-invasive procedure if they do not want to wear dentures anymore. Some older patients may be unable to efficiently use dentures and desire a more permanent solution to their dental problems. Other patients, such as those with missing or broken teeth due to various reasons, may also qualify.

In short, many prospective patients can qualify for the Teeth In A Day dental procedure if they require extensive dental work. In most cases, a person may qualify if:

  • They have one or several missing or broken teeth.
  • They have enough bone density within their jaw to successfully anchor dental implants.
  • They have healthy tissue within their mouth.
  • They desire an alternative to traditional restorative dental work.
  • They are healthy enough to support strong bone healing.

It is best to discuss the options that the Teeth In A Day dental procedure may provide with a qualified dentist. Today, many local dentists are offering the Teeth In A Day dental procedure as a valid option to restoring the condition of their patient's teeth.

How does the Teeth In A Day dental procedure work?

The Teeth In A Day dental procedure is straightforward and not as invasive as other dental procedures. To start, a dentist will start looking for dense areas of bone in a patient's jaw, where they will eventually anchor the implant inside the patient's mouth. The search for bone density starts with a 3D CT dental scan. In most cases, many patients do have a sufficient amount of bone density to receive the Teeth In A Day dental procedure.

The 3D CT scan provides the dentist with enough information to develop a surgical plan. The Teeth In A Day dental surgical plan allows the dentist to have a guide for what to do on the day of the procedure. On the day of the procedure, the dentist then follows their surgical guide, performing any tooth extractions as needed before the implant anchors are inserted. Then, the implants are installed within the jaw and the patient is fitted with fully functioning teeth. The teeth are usually made from a type of reinforced acrylic or a combination of the same acrylic and porcelain.

The benefits of the Teeth In A Day dental procedure are extensive. The main benefits provide patients with more chewing strength than traditional dental implants or dentures, in addition to gaining permanent teeth in just a single day. Getting Teeth In A Day is also cost-effective, as many dentists who offer the procedure will discuss possible payment plans or insurance coverage with prospective patients. People who need to repair missing or broken teeth should consider the Teeth In A Day dental procedure as a possible option.

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