TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR: This Revolutionary Technology Can Help You Achieve the Smile You’ve Always Wanted

Teeth-In-An-Hour Dental Implants Dr. Schiro Michigan Maxillofacial Surgery and Implant Center

Dental implants are the best option for many individuals who need to replace teeth that have been lost due to decay or are damaged beyond repair. After all, these implants act and look like your own teeth. Much stronger than dentures or partials, dental implants allow you to chew, speak, and function normally.

With dental implants, there’s never a concern about plates slipping or shifting, rubbing your gums raw and inhibiting normal function. You don’t need to soak or clean your dental implants, or use messy adhesives. And best of all, your dental implants appear as natural as your own teeth, restoring confidence that may have been robbed by years of damaged, decayed, or unsightly teeth.

So, why isn’t everyone taking advantage of dental implants over dentures, partial dentures, or simply doing without replacement teeth? To be fitted for traditional dental implants, you must endure months of procedures, some surgical, with time set aside for healing.

The process for traditional implants includes removal of the damaged tooth or teeth, bone grafting when necessary, implantation with required healing to ensure stability, and, finally, placement of the replacement tooth or teeth. In between, there can be pain and a risk of infection, not to mention a great deal of waiting.

Revolutionary technology

Enter the revolutionary dental technology behind TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR™. This process provides patients with fully functioning teeth, on secure dental implants, in one session. The single procedure takes about an hour to complete (thus the name) and was developed by the company that manufactures dental implants, Nobel Biocare®.

At Michigan Maxillofacial Surgery and Implant Center, Dr. William A. Schiro uses his expertise and experience in oral and maxillofacial surgery to give you the smile you’ve always wanted with this amazing procedure.

How it works

By using cutting-edge CT technology, the team at Michigan Maxillofacial Surgery and Implant Center takes a scan of your jaw. Using this scan, we create a 3D image that allows us to determine placement of your implants. We then establish the framework for your implant procedure.

On the day of your implantation procedure, using an implant guide customized for precision and accuracy, and based on the exact images of your jaw, we place the implants directly into your jawbone. You’re given a local anesthesia and shouldn’t experience any pain. Sutures aren’t required and there’s virtually no swelling, though you might have some minor discomfort after the procedure.

Once the implants are in place, the prosthetic tooth or teeth are fitted onto the implants, and you leave your appointment with fully functioning teeth. Because this procedure is minimally invasive, and doesn’t require any downtime, you can resume your normal activities immediately, if you like. Best of all, there are no dietary restrictions.

Best candidates for this procedure

The best candidates for TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR are those individuals who have healthy bone tissue in their jaw. The jawbone must be strong enough to hold and support the implants, just as with traditional dental implants. If there’s a need for bone grafting to build up the bone tissue, it must be completed prior to your TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR procedure.

Find out more

If the thought of a long and involved process to get dental implants has you putting off necessary dental repairs, now is the time to contact Michigan Maxillofacial Surgery and Implant Center. Dr. Schiro and the team can determine if you’re a candidate for this revolutionary method and discuss how we can help restore your beautiful smile and your confidence.

With offices in Lansing and St. Johns, Michigan, we make it convenient for you to take advantage of the revolutionary TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR technology. Call today.

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