12 Jun,

Same Day Teeth: Your Questions Answered

If you have several missing or severely damaged teeth, you might be resigned to the prospect that you’ll need to wear dentures for the rest of your life. While dentures are an option, they are not your only choice. We can fix your smile using dental implants with a treatment called Same Day Teeth.

Traditionally, titanium implants that replace the roots of your teeth need to be placed in several stages over a period of months. Same Day Teeth rapidly speeds up the treatment process, and you can walk away with a new smile within hours.

Before getting Same Day Teeth, you’ll probably have many questions, like “how are Same Day Teeth placed?” and “what is the difference between Same Day Teeth and traditional dental implants?”

To help you understand the treatment process, we’ve compiled the answers to some of the most commonly asked Same Day Teeth questions.

How Does Same Day Teeth Work?

Dental implants are small titanium posts that act as roots for replacement teeth. Ordinarily, these will support a single dental crown, anchoring the new tooth to the bone for maximum support.

Same Day Teeth can replace multiple teeth simultaneously using four or six dental implants. These implants will be strategically placed along your jawline to provide maximum support for your new smile.

How Many Teeth Can Be Replaced With Same Day Teeth?

You can replace up to an entire arch of teeth using Same Day Teeth. To get the best coverage with the implants, two will be placed upright at the front of your mouth, while the rear implants will be positioned at an angle.

What Can I Eat After Having Same Day Teeth?

When you lose teeth, many of the meals you once loved are no longer an option. While dentures restore much of the biting and chewing function, some foods may still prove challenging. With Same Day Teeth, this won’t be a problem.

After your implants have fused with your jawbone, you can enjoy all of your favourite food again. Immediately after your procedure, you will have to adjust your diet and stick to soft foods, but this is a temporary measure during your initial recovery period.

What Are the Benefits of Same Day Teeth?

Same Day Teeth immediately restores your smile. When you have missing or damaged teeth, it can impact your confidence. Rebuilding your smile with custom-made natural-looking replacement teeth can give your self-esteem an immediate boost.

Once in place, you can eat, laugh, smile, and speak confidently—all things that may have caused you issues before replacing your smile with Same Day Teeth.

When you lose teeth, it can cause your jaw bone to deteriorate. As your jaw breaks down, it may affect your facial structure, leaving you looking older. Same Day Teeth implants stop your jaw from deteriorating, helping you maintain a more youthful appearance.

Of course, one of the major benefits of the treatment is how quick it is. Same Day Teeth are often referred to as “immediate load” implants.

What Happens During Same Day Teeth Surgery?

Before your treatment, we’ll invite you to come and see us for a full assessment. Here, we’ll check if you’re a suitable candidate for Same Day Teeth. This involves taking digital scans of your jaw to check bone mass and talking to you about your general health.

If Same Day Teeth are right for you, we’ll arrange your surgery. On the day of the procedure, you’ll be given an anaesthetic to help manage discomfort before we begin. Next, we’ll start placing the implants.

Although you’ll have a new smile on the day of your procedure, they won’t be your final teeth. Your temporary teeth will look and feel great, but when you see the finished replacements, you’ll be amazed.

Same Day Teeth at Canon House

Same Day Teeth is a revolutionary treatment that restores multiple teeth, giving you the ability and confidence to smile, eat, laugh, and talk again.

Call us today to schedule a consultation and see if Same Day Teeth are right for you.

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