Teeth in a Day begins with your free consultation with Dr. Sethman or Dr. Miller. During the consultation you’ll be introduced to your dental implant team, and we’ll design a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs. We’ll explain to exactly what the Teeth in a Day system is and how it works, digital images of your jaws and teeth will be taken, and we’ll explain to you all financial options that are available.
Once you’re ready to proceed with a Teeth in One Day treatment, you’ll meet with your team again. The final treatment plan is drafted by your doctors, the final models of your brand new teeth are developed and preparations for the procedure are made. Lastly, you’ll schedule the actual surgery.
The Day Has Arrived – New Teeth!
The next step in the process is the day you receive your dental implants and a new set of teeth! These teeth may be temporary, but they look and function just like real teeth. From the moment you receive your permanent bridges, you’ll feel a tremendous difference.
Periodically Checking Up
The healing process for dental implants can take a few weeks, during which time a soft diet will be necessary. You’ll also periodically meet with your doctors for free check-ups to make sure that your implants are healing properly.
Welcome to Permanent Teeth!
Now that your dental implants have healed and stabilized, you’ll be ready to receive your new permanent teeth. The final step in the teeth in a day process is for your doctors to remove the temporary teeth and permanently place your beautiful, brand new teeth.
Frequently Asked Questions – Dental Implants
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are titanium screws that are permanently placed into the jawbone. The jawbone forms a bond with the implants, providing a strong foundation for your replacement teeth. The implant mimics a tooth’s natural root, and over the long term actually preserves the mass of the jawbone – something other teeth-replacement techniques simply can’t do. Contact us today to learn more.
What makes dental implants stronger and more stable than other techniques?
A key component to the superiority of Teeth in One Day dental implants is how the back implants are placed. In order to ensure that the implant makes the most contact with the jawbone and avoids the nerve in the jaw and the maxillary sinuses, we placed angled back implants toward the front of the mouth, which increases stability and strength. Contact us today for more information.
How long will it take to complete my dental implant procedure?
While each patient’s individual case and the type of procedure being performed may differ, our patients receive their dental implants and replacement teeth on the very same day. Call today to schedule a free consultation.
What is a Cone Beam CT Scanner?
This state of the art device scans oral structures, and produces 3D images that aid in analyzing bone density which helps determine the precise placement of your dental implants. Contact us today for more information about the technology we use and the Teeth in One Day system.