Teeth in a Day (All on Four)
Complete Dental Care offers Teeth in a Day (All on Four) implants for patients who would like their new smile directly after the placement of their dental implants. Our dentist and team adjust your new teeth as your gums heal, which helps maintain your oral health during recovery and also helps gets the best results for your smile. Contact us today at 903-568-3732 for more information about Teeth in a Day (All on Four) implants in Greenville, Texas, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jackson Bean.
Below are some common questions that Complete Dental Care gets about Teeth in a Day
- This helps minimize the need for bone grafting.
- Provisional teeth are placed the same day of the surgery. These teeth look and feel like natural teeth.
- Teeth in a day allows you to regain the ability to chew and eat the food you love.
- It allows you to walk away with a new (temporary) set of teeth in the same day.
Advantages of Teeth in a Day / All on Four:
Here at Complete Dental Care our treatments for Teeth in a Day / (All on Four) implants happen in five easy steps:
Step 1: A Free Consultation
Step 2: Pre-Procedure Exam
Once you have decided if Teeth in a Day
(All ) implants are right for you, our dentist will help you finalize your treatment plan and give you everything you need to prepare for your procedure. You are now ready to schedule your dental implant appointment.
Step 3: The Procedure
This is when it all happens. You will be able to leave our office with your dental implants placed and a temporary set of prosthetic teeth that feel, function and look like the real thing. Meanwhile, our prosthodontist will be busy at work creating your finished smile.
Step 4: Checkups and Recovery
Step 5: Receive Your New Teeth
This is your last step! Once your dental implants have settled into place and your mouth has fully healed, we can remove your temporary teeth and replace them with your newly created smile!
After your treatment plan is completed, you want to continue regular dental visits and keeping up with your oral hygiene. This helps to keep your dental implants as healthy as possible and lasting a lifetime.