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When you are missing all the teeth from either the top or bottom of your mouth, a fast, secure solution sounds too good to be true.

The teeth-in-a-day procedure, however, is real. You can enter our Philadelphia dental office and leave with a smile that is well on its way to being complete. At Dentistry for Life our Philadelphia teeth-in-a-day gives you the confidence to start smiling again and feel good about yourself.

Is It Really Possible to Get All New Teeth in One Day?

Same-day dental implants, also known as teeth-in-a-day replace all the teeth in your upper or lower jaw. Once you have undergone an examination and qualified as a dental implant candidate, your implants will be surgically placed in the jawbone.

A significant healing time will be necessary to ensure that the implants are fully integrated into the jawbone and stabilized. Doesn't sound like this is a route to teeth in one day? Here's the key: While you're waiting for your recovery time to be complete, temporary teeth will be put in place.

The same day you get your implants, you will leave our dental office with a complete smile that looks, feels, and functions properly. Eventually, once the surgery site has fully healed, your temporary teeth will be replaced with permanent prosthetic teeth that are strong, secure, and look and feel just like natural teeth. At Dentistry for Life we strive to provide you with the best same-day dental implants Philadelphia has to offer.

smiling teeth-in-a-day patient model in a dental chair

How Teeth-in-a-Day Work

Teeth-in-a-day are customized for each patient. Typically, this implant procedure is meant for people who have lost all teeth on the top of their mouth or all teeth on the bottom. The procedure from start to finish takes two or three visits with significant healing time in between.

  • There are usually four to eight dental implants that are surgically implanted in the arch of your jaw. The condition, strength, and size of your jawbone will influence the number of implants that are placed. Bone density will be measured.
  • Temporary teeth are secured to the implants on the same day as surgery, so you can leave our Philadelphia dental office with a complete smile.
  • Once healing time is complete - this can take weeks or months - and you have been cleared for permanent implants, the temporary teeth will be removed and fixed porcelain bridges will be fitted and secured. These prosthetic teeth will mimic the look and feel of natural teeth, so you can speak, bite, chew, and smile with confidence.
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There is always a way to replace missing teeth, whether you have holes in your smile from trauma, gum disease, age, a sports injury, illness, or otherwise. If your oral health is poor, it will be necessary to undergo periodontal treatment to clean your gums before you can undergo any surgical work or tooth restorations. To create a stronger smile, you must begin with a clean slate.

Dental implants, however, are worth the wait. If you are tired of feeling judged for the condition of your teeth or if you just want to eat all the foods you love without worrying, dental implants give you the secure smile you dream of. Patients with missing teeth may drag their feet about a dental restoration because they're afraid the only option will be dentures. While modern dentures have come a long way, it's understandable that this repair isn't desirable for many. Teeth-in-a-day dental implants, for those who qualify, are a permanent solution for missing teeth that offer patients a new lease on life and an unparalleled confidence. Contact our Philadelphia cosmetic dentists office to discuss all tooth restorations. Find out if you're a good candidate for teeth-in-day and get on the road to new you.

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Our office is located at 1601 Walnut Street #1217 in Philadelphia. We offer appointments seven days a week to make dental care convenient for you and your schedule:

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