The Teeth-in-a-day technique is the most effective way to replace your missing teeth. We can provide our patients with beautiful, functional non-removable teeth all in one appointment. By offering multiple procedures in one appointment, our patients benefit from avoiding the stress and discomfort of enduring multiple invasive procedures stretched over many appointments. This means you will never be without teeth during the treatment, and you will have more time to enjoy your personal life. Moreover, this technique usually allows us to avoid bone grafting. Bone grafting can add additional treatment time, discomfort and expense.
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The Teeth-in-a-day technique is an excellent alternative to wearing conventional dentures. It alleviates so much of what people dislike about wearing dentures. Some of the benefits include:
The clinical application of implant retained removable denture solutions provide a number of interesting advantages for our patients. Despite the fact that patients considering implant treatment tend to contemplate a fixed restoration first, implant-retained overdentures can also significantly improve eating function and, at the same time, fulfill our patients' expectations and demands.
Implant supported dentures withstand the forces of biting and chewing much better than conventional dentures. The dental implants support your new teeth. They do not rest or rub on your gums. Your new teeth don't rock. Your new teeth don’t rub. You will experience improved confidence. Know that your teeth will remain in place while you speak, eat or laugh. For upper arches, you will experience a significantly improved ability to taste your food since the palate or roof of your mouth is not covered.
Dental implant supported dentures obviously require the placement of dental implants. A benefit over conventional dentures is that implants can help prevent shrinkage of the jawbone. This is because chewing allows the implants to stimulate the jawbone, which in turn prevents bone resorption or shrinkage.