Teeth in a Day in Riverside County
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Browse the gallery of our patients below and use the slider in the middle of the image to preview how some of our patients looked before and after the procedure has been completed.
Can I get a full set of teeth in one day?
Yes, it’s entirely possible for patients to get a full set of teeth in one day, provided they meet the appropriate conditions. For example, while patients don’t need the level of jawbone tissue that is required for a full mouth of dental implants, they do still need enough to support the minimum four core implants that will hold the dental bridge.
Their mouth also needs to be healthy enough for dental surgery, meaning they can’t have infections or other problems that could interfere with healing after the procedure. Otherwise, the chance of the new teeth failing is far more likely.
Patients can undergo the teeth-in-a-day procedure at Temecula Facial Oral Surgery. Dr. Tsvetov will carefully examine your teeth to determine whether you’re a candidate for this procedure. He will then discuss your options and start the treatment process.
The teeth-in-a-day process
During the day of their appointment, patients will be sedated to remove any discomfort during the procedure. Then, any existing teeth they have will be removed to make way for the new replacement bridge. Minimum four implants will be strategically placed in the upper and lower jaws.
The teeth in a day procedure can also be performed on just one row of teeth. Then, Dr. Tsvetov will attach the temporary replacement bridge to the implants, giving patients brand-new teeth in a day. Of course, this temporary bridge is not the final version – the patient’s mouth needs some time to heal before the permanent teeth can be installed.
However, for all intents and purposes, patients will leave Dr. Tsvetov’s office with new teeth in a day that they can still use to eat, chew, bite, and drink as they did in the past.
Is bone grafting necessary when getting teeth-in-a-day?
Owing to the revolutionary placement of the implants during the teeth-in-a-day procedure, bone grafting is typically not required for patients seeking this method of teeth replacement in Riverside County.
This is because of the angle in which the implants are inserted. Normal dental implants are placed straight into the jaw, much like the root of a tooth. This provides a stable hold for that tooth when there’s enough bone to support the implant, but otherwise, the implant will fail because it won’t have enough bone to grab on to.
Teeth-in-a-day implants are different because they are placed at an angle that goes deeper into the jaw. Because of this, even if patients don’t have a thick amount of jawbone, the implants still provide enough support. They will be held in place because of this diagonal insertion, providing ample support for a full replacement bridge.
What does this mean for you?
Without the need for bone grafting, the teeth-in-a-day procedure is far faster and easier than traditional dental implants. There is no need for additional surgery or waiting months for the jaw to recover.
Additionally, it means more people in Riverside County qualify to have this procedure performed. Even patients who have been missing their teeth for several years should still have enough bone tissue left to support the four implants used in this procedure.
To know for sure, you can schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Tsvetov, who will perform a full oral examination and confirm your candidacy.
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Temecula Facial Oral Surgery is a trusted dental center where patients can schedule an appointment with reputable Dr. Tsvetov. He is highly qualified and trained to handle this type of procedure, as well as other treatment options such as specialized All-on-4 for patients in Temecula & beyond.
During your consultation, you can discuss your questions and possible concerns with our specialist. He can discuss factors that affect the overall cost of All-on-4 treatment in Riverside County and the area. Contact us & we’ll set up your free consultation!