We have all heard the song, ‘All I want for Christmas are my two front teeth’. And this is amusing if you are six and your teeth are going to grow back.
If you are an adult it is not quite as amusing. We can lose our teeth for many reasons. Such as; bad oral hygiene, not having regular dental check ups, refraining from having advised treatment, drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes and diabetes. Luckily there are now treatments that can replace missing front teeth in a day.
Teeth in a day is a quick treatment that literally replaces teeth in a day. So this is because there are no temporary fittings that require follow up appointments. All you have to do is make an appointment with Dr Sihra for Teeth In A Day. Your gaps will be replaced with quick load implants on the same day. So this means you can walk in to the surgery with a broken smile. Then leave with a full set of gnashers on the same day.
Benefits Of Two Front Teeth In A Day
- Immediate replacement of dental implants.
- Extracted teeth are replaced immediately.
- No waiting.
- No need for temporary implants.
History Of Teeth In A Day
The Teeth In A Day procedure was devised by implant specialist Dr Michael Norton. Who has condensed three appointments into one ninety minute session. Therefore the result of Teeth In A Day is more aesthetically pleasing than traditional implants due to the quick time period. You are advised therefore to let your implant settle for two months because your gum will be very vulnerable. A study into 28 people who have had the procedure showed a 96% success rate after two years.
Teeth In A Day Not Suitable For Everyone
If your mouth is infected, has insufficient bone in the jaw or then there is likely to be a lot of pressure on the implant. Therefore you would be much better having the traditional treatment.
If you would like to learn more about Teeth In A Day then please don’t hesitate to contact us at our surgery. We would be happy to give advice.
PS. By the way the kitten has nothing to do with teeth but everyone likes kittens don’t they?