Teeth In A Day Dental Implants Des Moines, IA
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Des Moines Iowa's Choice for Teeth in a Day
If you are looking for a fast and easy solution to replace missing teeth, then look no further than our highly advanced and innovative Teeth in a Day treatment options. We have the technology and the know-how to replace your teeth in one day; yes, that’s right, one day. That means no ongoing dental appointments, no messy surgeries, and no long recovery times while you wait for dental implants to arrive and be fitted into your mouth.
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If you are thinking about how you can improve the look of your teeth, contact us today. We’d love to meet with you to discuss how Teeth in a Day or any of our other advanced solutions can help improve your oral health.
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What are the Benefits of Teeth in a Day?
This innovative solution used to replace missing teeth has a number of benefits. One of the main advantages is the wait time and recovery time is reduced for patients. Traditional dental implants require ongoing surgery, recovery, and fittings to set the implants in place, while Teeth in a Day can be done in a straightforward visit to our dental clinic. Other benefits include:
- The look and feel of natural teeth
- The results are immediate
- Improved function/form in the face, mouth, and jaw
- Provides realistic looking results
- No loose or clicking dentures
- Improved eating and talking
- Safe and secure to install in patient’s mouths
- Looks great
- Permanent solution
What are the Steps Associated with Teeth in a Day Treatments?
When it comes to getting a bright and beautiful smile in one day in our office, there are three main steps we follow. Not every step will be applicable to all patients, however, depending on the history and state of the existing teeth.
Step one involves removing any unnecessary teeth, damaged teeth, or teeth that are at risk of becoming lost because of bacteria or infection.
Step two involves placing four dental implants in the top and/or bottom palates of the mouth. These are inserted into the gums using a thin titanium post that is surgically installed below the jawline creating a new “root” for the new tooth that will be attached.
Step three involves actually placing the dentures or false teeth on the titanium posts. They will be secured in place and will be permanently adhered to the posts below.
In one visit to our professional and highly skilled dental office, you can have the teeth of your dreams.
What’s the Difference Between Traditional Dentures and Teeth in a Day?
Old-fashioned dentures are cumbersome and can take a lot of time to care for; what’s more, they are also removable, so there is always the risk of dropping them and breaking them, losing them or causing damage to them. Because traditional dentures sit on top of existing gums, the risk of bone loss is higher for long-term denture wearers. This is due to the fact that there is no tooth root to mineralize and provide nutrients to and so those nutrients and minerals will start to lose their impact in that area. As a result, it might be challenging to insert titanium posts later in life. It’s better to opt for Teeth in a Day sooner, rather than later.
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Are Teeth in a Day Permanent?
In a word, yes, Teeth in a day are considered permanent. The only reason that a patient would need to have their permanent dentures removed is if they became damaged and needed to be replaced; however, when they are installed, it is thought that the dentures can be in place for the rest of a patient’s life. They are natural looking and durable and provide a great deal of comfort and stability to the mouth. Because they adhere permanently in place, they will not come loose, and they will help to retain the shape and function of the mouth more naturally than loose dentures.
Dentures vs Crowns
Some patients will opt to have traditional dental implants and crowns placed in their mouths rather than have an entire set of teeth put in place using dentures. Whatever you decide, we are right here to help you make the choice that is best for you. Both options have numerous benefits and applications for patients, but crowns are typically used to replace a single tooth or several teeth, while Teeth in a Day or permanent dentures are used to replace all teeth in a palate or the entire mouth. Both will look and function the same way, and the result will be beautiful. If patients are interested in replacing some teeth with crowns and using Teeth in a Day to replace an entire palate, such as the top palate of teeth, that is an option as well.
Iowa Dental Group
You place a lot of trust in your dentist, and we will always be honest with you. This philosophy of educating our patients has been the hallmark of why we have been successful for over 30 years.
We have always prided ourselves in offering the highest quality dentistry at a fair and reasonable fee. One that the patient is willing to pay with gratitude and we are willing to accept with gratitude. Our patients are satisfied when treatment is completed or we will continue to strive to meet our own high expectations.
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We have over 100 years of combined experience in our office and look forward to answering any questions or concerns you may have regarding your overall oral health.
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