Same Day Teeth
Whatever the reason, if you have lost one, some or all of your teeth, you may be embarrassed about smiling. Missing teeth can also cause further health problems as the bone beneath the gaps starts to deteriorate or resorb over time, while any remaining teeth may move to try to fill in gaps, causing them to become crooked and more difficult to clean.
Imagine being able to walk into the dental surgery in the morning with missing or unsalvageable teeth and come out later the same day with a new set of natural-looking replacement teeth. With our Same Day Implants service, this is possible for most implant patients.
Dental implants are small metal posts or screws that act like natural tooth roots and support replacement teeth in the form of secured dentures, bridges or crowns. Traditional dental implants often require multiple appointments at the practice. However, Same Day Teeth, as the name suggests, enables us to replace upper or lower teeth in one day, usually needing just a single appointment.
Same-Day Teeth are fixed and non-removable, giving you the beautiful, natural-looking smile and quality of function that you require. With no major bone grafting process needed, this is an excellent, fast, and effective treatment that will deliver long-term results for patients.
For full-arch (a full set of teeth for the top or bottom jaw) we use the All-on-4 dental implant system, which has been developed by Nobel Biocare. Two implants are placed at the front of the jaw bone and two at the back, with the front pair positioned parallel to where your natural teeth were and the back pair placed at an angle to help spread the force created by chewing and providing strong support for a full set of replacement teeth.
Your replacement teeth won't slip or fall out the way that unsecured dentures can, and will also improve your ability to bite, chew and taste food, because the top of your mouth is not covered like with traditional dentures.
Studies on Same Day Teeth procedures with an immediate temporary bridge on 4 implants have shown the survival rate of 98.2% at one year in the lower arch and 97.6% in the upper arch. Five-year studies have shown a survival rate of 98% for full arch cases with tilted implants.
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