Advantages of the 'teeth in a day' procedure

A new dental process really can give you a complete set of new teeth in just one day!

Most of us will lose some of our teeth as we get older. This is almost inevitable, whatever we do to make sure that we don't lose them. Even regular brushing doesn't mean that we won't lose any teeth although it will increase our chances of keeping them without a doubt.

Of course, having a number of missing teeth is not a look that many of us desire and the usual way to rectify this is to have dentures fitted in place of them. Of course, no one wants to wear dentures especially after hearing tales from other people about how their dentures fell out on a date or at least affected their speech leaving them embarrassed and often without a second date; once again, not a good look! There are a number of other problems with dentures which a lot of people who don't have them are not aware of. For instance, it is actually quite difficult to bite down hard with dentures and this restricts the type of foods that can be eaten. Whilst many do get used to them and eat harder foods, quite a few people tend to avoid these and eat only softer foods and even the most hardened wearer will avoid toffees!

To reduce our enjoyment of food even further, dentures tend to take some of the taste away from our food and actually can make eating something that has to be done only for survival rather than something that can also be enjoyed. So, is there a solution to this? The answer is yes, a procedure called 'teeth in a day' offers an excellent solution. It is a relatively straightforward procedure which can be done in a single day, as the name suggest. You can go in the dental practice missing teeth and come out with a full set.

If you live in Derbyshire, it is worth arranging a consultation with your dentist in Burton who will be able to advise you if this is the best option for your situation.

The procedure uses a fixed bridge and this is held firmly in place by the strategic placement of 4 dental implants. The two rear ones are the key for keeping the bridge firmly in place as they are placed at a special angle. Having an all on four can radically change your life and certainly your eating habits. Once they are in and settled, there is no need for anyone to be aware that you actually have false teeth, for, unlike dentures, these look entirely natural leaving you happy to smile in company again.