No Waiting Period, New Teeth Immediately!
Immediate Load Implants, or teeth-in-a-day, have no waiting period and missing teeth can be placed immediately! With immediate load implants, patients can walk in and out of the doctors office with a full set of teeth!
Teeth-in-a-Day Are Different than Regular Dental Implants
Standard dental implant procedures take a bit of time and several office visits before new teeth are ready. Teeth-in-a-Day dental implants, also called immediate load dental implants are different. If you have a broken tooth and need an extraction, this innovative technique allows Dr. Sihra to replace it right away. Teeth-in-a-Days so flexible that it can even be used to quickly replace an entire set of missing teeth or dentures in the upper and lower jaw area.
Standard implant posts require several months to heal and integrate with the jaw bone. Wearing a temporary appliance or going toothless is generally what happens during this period. After that, a second surgery is needed, sometimes more, to expose the implants from underneath the gum tissue and then place the dental crowns. This treatment provides patients with a beautiful, lasting and highly-successful smile and is well worth the wait for many. But for those who need a faster solution, Teeth-in-a-Day may be a better choice, particularly for patients who have a broken tooth or other emergency-related injury.
Benefits of Teeth in a Day
- Immediate Placement of Dental Implants
- No Need For Missing Teeth After Extraction
- No Waiting
- No Need for Temporary Appliances
Qualifying for Immediate Load Dental Implants
Not everyone is an ideal candidate for immediate load implants. A full examination with Dr. Sihra will determine if the procedure is appropriate for your needs, which is critical to ensuring a successful outcome.
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