Teeth In A Day

“Teeth in a Day” is a solution for patients who want to be able to remove all of their remaining natural teeth and replace them with natural-looking and functioning prosthetic teeth. The procedure is most commonly used to treat dental patients who have already lost many of their natural teeth and have no healthy ones remaining. With “Teeth in a Day,” a dentist can remove and replace the teeth all in a single treatment.

Did you know…

that the vast majority of seniors over the age of 65 are missing several of their natural teeth? In fact, research from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research has shown that more than 1 in 4 seniors have no natural teeth. “Teeth in a Day” is a long-lasting solution for people of all ages who want a permanent solution without months of waiting.

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a candidate for “Teeth in a Day?”

You will need a complete oral examination and dental consultation to determine if “Teeth in a Day” is right for you. It is during this time that you can review your options for prosthetic tooth replacement and ask your dentist any questions you may have about the procedure.

What should I expect if I undergo a “Teeth in a Day” treatment?

“Teeth in a Day” is a surgical procedure that is performed under general anesthesia. Once you are sedated, any remaining teeth will be removed, and a series of titanium implants will be placed into the bone beneath the surface of your gums. You will then be fitted with temporary prosthetics that will remain in place until your dentist determines that you can be fitted with your permanent teeth.

Will I need to follow any special instructions after I receive my “Teeth in a Day?”

You may experience minimal soreness and discomfort in the days following your procedure. Your dentist will instruct you on any special care instructions or restrictions that you may need to abide by in the hours, days and weeks following your treatment.


Give us a call today, or use our online form to schedule an appointment where the doctor can evaluate your teeth, and determine how we can help you achieve your oral health goals.