Now we have the answer: With Teeth in a Day you can arrive at the clinic, with your denture or missing teeth, and leave that evening with a confident new smile, a full set of your very own fixed teeth!
You arrive at Dr Girish Rao's Mukha Clinic first thing in the morning on the day. Any problem teeth are removed and specialised dental implants are gently placed. The dental laboratory will then make your new teeth while you relax. Later in the afternoon, your new teeth are fitted securely in place. You can enjoy dinner that same evening with new, fixed, solid teeth.
Our cutting edge of implant dentistry allows us to remove teeth and place new fixed teeth back immediately. This is done by fixing new teeth on top of your implants in a very precise controlled method.
The result is beautiful new teeth in one day.
We always try to provide a fixed temporary when requested, however there are some circumstances when the procedure should not be used. Softer bone quality and the inability to firmly place the implant may lead to early implant failure, if the implant immediately has a tooth or teeth on it. If the Teeth in a Day treatment option is performed, it is absolutely critical to follow our specific home care and diet instructions following the procedure.
Our Teeth in a Day procedures at Westcoast International focus on minimally invasive surgery to deliver maximum results in the shortest time with the least discomfort. Most patients experience only minor soreness the next day and can eat a light meal that same evening..
Many of our patients that undergo the Teeth in a Day procedure are some of the happiest we treat. If your worried about having no teeth after the procedure, we’ll make it a priority to replace them and get you back to normal as fast as possible.
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Dr Girish and his team at Mukha believes that brining in improvements to people's face brings in a lot more confidence and postiveness in them. We strive hard to educate and make our patients understand about their present condition, treatment and improvements that they can achieve by undergoing these procedures.