Are you currently in dentures or do you have several teeth that need to be replaced?
Our Teeth in a Day treatments allow you to address your entire smile with one treatment, rather than make multiple trips back and forth to a dentist’s office (we know it’s not your favorite thing to do, after all!) Fortunately, our implant treatments are able to help you restore your smile in a single appointment, so that you can have improved confidence the moment you walk out our front door.
If you’re plagued by bulky dentures, unhealthy or embarrassing teeth and need a comprehensive solution to replace all of them at once, then Teeth in a Day is an excellent option to consider.
We use advanced dental technology to provide the best, most accurate fit on all of our Teeth in a Day treatments. This advanced method makes it possible to create the best fitting prosthesis for each patient we see, without room for human error during the fabrication process
Digital scanning not only improves the accuracy of fit for your implant restorations, it also allows us to complete your procedure in a more efficient manner. That way you spend less time waiting, enjoy shorter appointments, and don’t have to sacrifice the quality of care that you receive. You’ll have a better fitting prosthesis that compliments your smile and helps you feel confident about the way your teeth look.
You may want to consider getting Teeth in a Day in Spokane if you:
To find out if you’re a candidate for a Teeth in a Day procedure, contact our Spokane implant dentist to schedule a consultation. We’ll talk about your goals, what the process involves, and even discuss financing options to make your care as affordable as possible. If you’re ready to get started, we can schedule your surgery as early as the next two or three weeks!
Teeth in a Day are an implant supported denture design that allows us to replace all of your upper or lower arch of teeth in one appointment. Because implants are incredibly strong “artificial roots” that can support a variety of tooth replacement options, we can use as few as four of them to support and stabilize a full arch denture.
If you need to have any decaying, diseased, or broken teeth removed, they are extracted before or during the same appointment. Then, two to six implants are set into the jaw in specific points of the bone, with the denture attached onto them. The number of implants that you need will depend on how healthy your bone is, whether or not it’s an upper or lower denture, and the type of prosthesis design that you’re getting.
Once all of the implants have been set in place, we affix your customized denture so that it is directly anchored on top of the implant abutments. This allows you to enjoy: