There’s an exciting new option in tooth replacement from your Vero Beach dentist.
Teeth In a Day isn’t for everyone — but for patients who are suited for the solution, it’s a real lifesaver. The method is set aside for people who have already lost all their teeth, or who are on the brink of having all their teeth removed. Dr. Adam and Giuliana Jones perform Teeth In a Day at Vero Implant Dentistry.
Continue reading to learn more about the method, or watch Dr. Adam and Giuliana Jones discuss Teeth In a Day in a recent video.
How Teeth In a Day Works
It takes a couple of visits to complete the process for Teeth In a Day. But with serious planning and precise placement, we can anchor a sturdy tooth replacement on a series of dental implants on the very same day or just 24 hours later.
A complete set of teeth can be supported on as few as four dental implants, restored in the very same day. How? With strategic angling of the dental implants. They are slanted in the sides of the mouth to draw as much support as possible from the jaw bone. The result is a stable, natural-looking tooth replacement that can be expected to last for years to come.
Unlike an implant retained denture that you can remove as needed, Teeth In a Day gives patients a fixed tooth replacement option. It can only be taken out by your dentist.
Benefits of Teeth In a Day
The Teeth In a Day method helps patients who are dealing with complete tooth loss enjoy the benefits of dental implants — like unsurpassed stability, better oral health, and a natural-looking tooth replacement.
Perhaps the most significant benefit of Teeth In a Day, though, is the fact that patients enjoy their prosthetic teeth more quickly than is possible with traditional dental implants. And because fewer implants are needed to secure a complete prosthetic, Teeth In a Day may be the most affordable option, too.
Teeth In a Day Candidates
You’re interested in Teeth In a Day and would like to know if the option is right for you. The only way to know for sure whether or not you are eligible for Teeth In a Day is to schedule an appointment at Very Implant Dentistry.
Typically, a patient should have a strong jawbone and be in solid overall health to undergo the procedure for Teeth In a Day. People with diseases affecting the immune system may not be able to heal from the surgery.
If you are currently dealing with a loose, ill-fitting denture or are on the brink of losing all of your teeth, dental implants are a wonderful option for regaining your quality of life. Contact Vero Implant Dentistry to learn more about dental implants or to discuss your candidacy for Teeth In a Day!