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Larry W. Bryant, DDS, PA
4 Things To Know About the TeethXpress Dental Implant Procedure
Bryant Oral Surgery
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4 Things To Know About the TeethXpress Dental Implant Procedure

4 Things To Know About the TeethXpress Dental Implant Procedure

1. You leave the office with a new set of teeth — on the same day

Receiving a new smile through full-mouth implants is 100% possible. And this is achievable in just one day. Through the process of pre-treatment planning, a TeethXpress team of highly skilled clinicians can help make this possible.

How does it work? Your Certified TeethXpress Provider will work with a skilled dental laboratory technician to create a new set of teeth, custom-made to fit your smile.

The TeethXpress procedure can offer you a new set of teeth for either your upper or lower jaw or both if necessary. Compare this process to a pair of loose-fitting dentures and it’s no wonder this solution becomes such a clear choice for so many people.

Your new set of beautiful teeth will arrive at the dentist’s office already prepared to be professionally inserted into your mouth.

The only thing required before the new teeth are put in your mouth is the placement of dental implants. Once this is achieved, a full set of beautiful teeth can then be connected, all on four, five or six dental implants.

In a matter of a few short hours, the TeethXpress patient can leave the dentist office with a gorgeous new smile they can be proud of.

2. A short healing period is necessary for full-mouth implants

There is a huge advantage to walking into a morning appointment and leaving by noon with a new set of teeth that look and feel natural. If you wear dentures or are missing several teeth due to gum disease or tooth decay, you can not ask for a better solution than this one.

Just be careful and follow the advice of your dentist. 

3. The difference between whole-mouth and All-On-4®

The All-On-4 dental implant procedure, by name, suggests four dental implants are placed in the jaw. Once the implants are placed, a complete set of upper or lower teeth can be immediately anchored down; All-On-4 dental implants.

Conversely, no specific number of dental implants are suggested with the TeethXpress dental implant procedure. This is because TeethXpress providers acknowledge that each patient is different and often require different clinical needs to achieve a successful outcome. While one patient may only require four dental implants, another patient may require six.

The good news is that even when a surgeon determines that five or six implants (instead of four) is required for the best result, it does not necessarily mean the cost of your implant procedure will increase.

4. Dental implants are well worth the investment in your health

The full-mouth dental implant procedure is a meaningful investment in your health – and dental implants can be very affordable. If you consider your mouth to be the “gateway to your overall health” – and you should – you too will find dental implants to be well worth the investment.

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