Same day teeth

Teeth in a day is a process offered at Ilchester Dental Care in Ilchester where patients can have implants placed and fully functioning teeth attached in the space of one day.

Traditional implant procedures require between three and six months between placing an implant and restoring with the final replacement teeth. This ensures that following placement, the area completely heals and the implant bonds with the jaw, before it bears any load from the permanent replacement teeth. During this time, temporary restorations are often provided to ensure you are not left with any gaps.

With the latest technological advances at Ilchester Dental Care, it is now possible to place an implant and restore with the final replacement crown, bridge or dentures immediately, ensuring you can walk out of the clinic with your new smile in one day.

Same day smile can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or to anchor a complete set with denture stabilisation.

The treatment is simple, fast and there is no need to wear a temporary denture. Contact your local Ilchester on 01935 840784 today to find out more.

Why would you want same day teeth?

By having the Same Day Teeth treatment you will:

  • Be more confident in your smile
  • Never be without teeth
  • Have reduced anxiety levels on your appearance
  • Feel happier within yourself
  • Be more confident in business and social situations

The same day teeth procedure

Diagnostics

  • The dentist will take an X-ray and impression of your jaw, to produce an exact copy as a study model
  • A removable denture will then be constructed for the intended teeth and will be transformed into a template for the CT scanning
  • If required, a CT scan may be taken to help visualise and diagnose the jaws 3 dimensionally, to ensure there is enough bone to place the dental implants – This will also establish where your nerves and sinuses are

Implant Placement

  • The dentist will take an X-ray and impression of your jaw, to produce an exact copy as a study model
  • A removable denture will then be constructed for the intended teeth and will be transformed into a template for the CT scanning
  • If required, a CT scan may be taken to help visualise and diagnose the jaws 3 dimensionally, to ensure there is enough bone to place the dental implants – This will also establish where your nerves and sinuses are

Provisional Restoration

  • On the day of the implant placement, a full fixed arch prosthesis will be attached

Permanent Restoration

  • After the 3 month healing period, the final or permanent restoration will be fitted
  • The final solution can include both removable and fixed prostheses
  • The fixed solution will include an implant bridge with porcelain or acrylic crowns cemented to the framework of the bridge
  • The removable solutions include over-dentures on an implant bar that is attached by a variety of attachment systems

Treatments

Multiple dental implants

If you’re missing more than one tooth, there are a number of options available to you at Ilchester Dental Care.

Treatments

Implant secured dentures

Dentures can be uncomfortable, irritating and embarrassing. With advances in Implant Dentistry, Ilchester Dental Care now have many innovative techniques for either denture stabilisation or completely replacing the need to wear a denture.

Related FAQs

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Implants

Does it matter if I have missing teeth?

A natural smile and a healthy mouth are important for your confidence, but it is important to replace missing teeth for health reasons as well.

Some of the health reasons to replace missing teeth are:

  1. If you have missing teeth, the way your jaw opens and closes can be affected. This can result in a condition called TMJ dysfunction (or TMD), which is extremely painful and requires surgery in extreme cases.
  2. Gaps between the teeth can allow the movement of other teeth into these spaces. These surrounding teeth become increasingly susceptible to decay and gum disease, which can result in them being lost as well.
  3. Once teeth have gone, it results in bone loss. This not only shortens your face and ages it, but can cause other teeth to become loose which are then at risk of falling out. Your features droop and can appear prematurely aged.
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Implants

What is a dental implant?

When a tooth falls out, the root which normally holds it in place is lost as well. This means there is then nothing to hold a replacement tooth in place. A dental implant solves this problem by using a titanium fixture to replicate the function of the tooth’s natural root.

The implant is placed into the jaw where it fuses with the bone. Like your natural root, it then provides a foundation. This provides a secure point onto which a crown can be placed, replacing the missing tooth.

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Plans & fees

Payment options

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Next steps

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