Losing your teeth is not easy and it can greatly affect your self-confidence. Getting dentures is a process that requires removing any remaining teeth, getting oral impressions, placing dental implants to hold the dentures, crafting the dentures, all over a course of months. With teeth in a day, you walk out the same day with dentures.
We recommend talking with Dr. Markle or Dr. Herman about your options for replacing missing teeth. They can give you custom results to restore your smile. In this article, we talk about the process of getting teeth in a day, including the benefits and costs, so keep reading.
Teeth in a day is a dental implant restoration where all of your damaged teeth are extracted, implants are placed, and temporary dentures are secured to the implants all in one day.
When it comes to the best option for teeth replacement, dental implants come closest to having real teeth. People won't notice that your teeth are not natural because they blend in and look so real.
With teeth in a day, no one has to know that you've had a dental procedure. Truly, it can be a life-changing solution for you.
One day. You walk in for your appointment and you walk out of the office with fully functioning teeth. Temporary dentures held by dental implants allow you to talk, smile, and eat with confidence. Teeth in a day can prevent bone loss as the implants act like roots of teeth. It's the best treatment for a row of severely damaged teeth.
You can be a candidate for teeth in a day if you have enough bone density, have no contraindications, and your natural teeth are too damaged to save.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Markle or Dr. Herman to answer all of your questions about the procedure. They can determine if this is the right treatment for you and give you other options if it is not.
Traditional implant supported dentures can take months. After tooth extraction, the patient needs to wait for at least 2 months before the periodontist places the implants. The entire procedure can take up to 10 months to allow for time to heal.
Teeth in a day, on the other hand, is much quicker. After consultation, the doctor can tell you whether you are a good candidate. There's no need for a healing process as you'll have temporary teeth right after tooth extraction.
Benefits of Teeth in a day:
While teeth in a day have a lot of advantages, it also has some downsides. There might be swelling and discomfort after the procedure. To avoid problems, it's important that the patient is healthy and doesn't smoke. Also, ensure that you choose one of the best periodontists in Baton Rouge, like Dr. Markle or Dr. Herman, for teeth in a day to avoid complications down the road.
Should you decide to get teeth in a day, make sure that you know how to take care of your oral health. Dr. Markle or Dr. Herman will provide you with instructions for proper aftercare. Practice good oral hygiene. Speak with Dr. Markle or Dr. Herman about your questions. Regular dental visits will help immensely. With a regular dental checkup, the dentist can see potential problems and provide you with the best solutions to alleviate issues.
On average, teeth in a day starts at around $18,500 per arch. We recommend talking with Baton Rouge Perio about the cost so they can give you a more accurate estimate based on your particular situation. They can also help you with payment options.
Do you need teeth in a day procedure? We can help! Our team of professionals at Baton Rouge Perio have been helping patients for years. Our goal is to provide compassionate and the best periodontal services in Baton Rouge, LA.
We understand how important oral health is and we want you to be as healthy as possible. Dr. Markle or Dr. Herman are experienced and always happy to assist. Schedule a consultation or visit our clinic at your most convenient time.
10723 N. Oak Hills Parkway, Building B
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
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Baton Rouge Periodontists, Dr. Kenneth Markle and Dr. Jenny Herman, provide a variety of surgical and non-surgical services for the treatment of periodontal issues. We pride ourselves on the fact that we are very conservative in our treatment recommendations and limit surgery to the areas where it is absolutely necessary.
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