Teeth In A Day
Having more than one missing tooth could be causing you multiple problems. In addition to difficulties you might have with eating and feeling embarrassed to smile or laugh in public, over time your jaw and surrounding tissues will start to disappear because there is nothing anchored to them.
The good news is that implant dentistry, a discipline which has been refined over many decades, offers patients several solutions for replacing multiple teeth.
One such solution that we offer at Cranmore is known as teeth in a day.
What is teeth in a day surgery?
As the name suggests, this procedure involves the placement of dental implants and attachment of provisional teeth restorations within the same day. It usually requires between four and six implants depending on your individual needs. After the requisite healing time, your final teeth are fitted.
Teeth in a day makes for an efficient, stable and fixed arch of teeth which will give you the confidence to eat and smile. It is often considered as a solution for a person who has no teeth and is a denture wearer.
This type of procedure also works as an emergency dental implant because of the quick turnaround time.
How long does teeth in a day last?
The procedure will usually be done within a day and may require between four to six implants based individual preferences.
What are the benefits?
- Function: Restores the form and function of your teeth within the same day
- Stability: Teeth in a day provides stable replacement teeth for eating, speaking and smiling with confidence
- Comfort: Eliminates the pain of ill-fitting dentures
Make the most of our teeth in a day treatment
From providing stability to improving teeth function, our teeth in a day service has many advantages. Our clinical lead, David Nelson, regularly helps people who have missing teeth and we’d recommend you come to see him for a consultation if you’d like to find out more about the procedure.
Call us today on 028 9038 1822 for a no-obligation consultation or get in touch via our contact form.