What Does Teeth in a Day Mean for You and Your Smile?
It is difficult enough to come to terms with the fact that you need to have all your teeth pulled due to severe gum disease or decay. Your smile is one of your most important assets and one of the first things people notice about you. Your smile, or lack of one, can affect your self-confidence and self-esteem. One way to bring back your natural smile after you lose your teeth is through dental implants.
Dental implants will help prevent jawbone loss, provide you with the proper chewing power and the ability to speak clearly, and act and look just like your natural teeth. Dentures are another option to replace missing teeth, but they can slip and make it more difficult for you to speak and chew properly.
Dr. Shivani Gupta and her team at the Peninsula Dental Implant Center specialize in dental implant services and provide care tailored to each patient’s specific situation. Each patient’s health and well-being are the focus of Dr. Gupta throughout the consultation, examination, and planning processes.
The Dental Implant Process
Dr. Gupta will evaluate your gums to determine how much bone loss you have to decide upon the correct form of tooth replacement to use. Your bone structure may need to be built back up before implants are placed into your gums. Dental crowns or bridges are then placed on top of the implants, giving you the look and feel of having natural teeth again. You can even brush and floss them just like you did with your natural teeth.
Teeth in a Day
Dr. Gupta and her team can restore your beautiful smile in just one day. She will place four or more implants in each arch, as needed, and fix the implants on top at a slight angle to avoid them hitting a nerve or sinus cavity within your mouth.
Teeth in a day means less recovery time, a minimally invasive treatment, less bone loss, restoration of the natural shape of your face, and more stabilization. Dental implants have a high success rate, and you will be more than happy with the results.
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