How Done In One™ Is Different From Other Immediate Dental Implant Solutions

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With the advances in dental technology over the last few decades, there are so many options available to those who want a fast solution for missing teeth. At National Dental, we offer our Done In One™ procedure that allows you to have an entirely new set of teeth in 48 hours with a revolutionary implant supported bridge. An affordable, convenient, fast option, the Done In One™ procedure is one of the most advanced treatment options available.

The Hybrid Denture

The process is centered around a hybrid denture, which is a full set of teeth, custom made to fit your mouth. This denture is attached to dental implants, which are small titanium screws placed in the jawbone to secure the prosthesis. These screws also replace the natural tooth’s root and ensure that the jawbone regenerates and continues to grow. Over time, the bone fuses to the titanium and it becomes part of your mouth and creates a strong anchor for your dentures or other prosthetic devices.

The hybrid denture is affixed to the implants but can still be removed when necessary. Most patients only remove their denture for cleaning appointments.

The Difference

With our procedure, your final permanent implant teeth are given to you the day of surgery, rather than a temporary denture that is typical in other procedures. Your hybrid bridge is done in 48 hours, where permanent teeth with other procedures can take months to deliver. The hybrid denture is customized for each mouth and patient, while some procedures take a one-size-fits-all approach. We also use six implants to reinforce the restoration, whereas typical implants use four per arch.

Learn More

With our Done In One™ treatment, you are completely done with treatment in two visits. This is one of the best long-term, fast solutions to solve all dental problems. Call us today to schedule an appointment to learn more.

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