Revolutionary Same Day Teeth Fast and Economical Fixed Tooth Replacement Option
Say goodbye to messy denture adhesive & smile confidently again
Dental implants are the preferred method for replacing missing teeth, whether you are missing a single tooth or a full arch. The good news is that we can now replace a full arch of teeth with as few as four dental implants.
You don't need to live with your uncomfortable, embarrassing dentures another day.
Fix Common Denture Problems
- Increase Your Confidence
- Throw out your denture adhesive and stop removing your teeth at night!
- Your teeth will feel natural and comfortable again.
- Experience the full taste and temperature of your food. No bulky denture plastic will cover the roof of your mouth.
- Enjoy renewed biting force and eat a full range of healthy foods. No more diet limitations.
- Prevent further bone loss and rejuvenate your smile!
- You’ll look years younger with restored facial features.
Is it Really Possible to Replace an Entire Arch in a Single Day?
Yes! With the revolutionary All-On-4® Implant Procedure, we are now able to restore an entire arch of teeth (upper and/or lower) in a single day. With advanced 3D imaging we are able to precisely place the titanium implants to take advantage of your existing bone structure and utilize as few as 4 implants.
On the same day, temporary non-removable teeth are attached to your implants, restoring your bite and smile. Once the implants have been given enough time to fuse to your jawbone, the final replacement teeth will be fabricated and secured to the implants.
Ideal candidates for Dental Implants
If you have missing teeth or are facing large amounts of dental work in an attempt to save your teeth, implants could be right for you. There are numerous benefits to having natural looking & feeling implant retained teeth.
With this advanced technique, you will be provided with a full set of implant retained teeth in a single day!
The Success Rate of Dental Implants
Published studies show a 98% success rate using dental implants.
Real Patients, Real Stories
Does the Procedure Hurt?
The discomfort involved with receiving a dental implant is similar to that of having a cavity filled. It is often done under local anesthesia and patients generally experience little discomfort after the procedure.
What will my new teeth look like?
Your teeth will look, feel and function like natural teeth. No one will know that you have implants. If you are currently wearing dentures or are missing teeth, you will shave years off of your smile.
Are you fearful of dental work?
Sedation or general anesthesia is available. You will wake up with a new smile and start experiencing the benefits immediately.