Gum disease, infection, and even injuries could lead to the loss of one or more of our natural teeth. These gaps then impact our overall appearance and could even lead to unsightly gaps in the smile. However, with advanced implant dentistry, your Livonia, MI, dentist could provide a new smile, often in as little as… Read more »
Category: Teeth in a day
When you lose most of your teeth, or all of them, then you need a prosthetic to restore your ability to eat and smile with ease and confidence. However, removable dentures often need periodic replacement, and could slip when you eat and speak. Fortunately, your Livonia, MI, dentist can provide an alternative, and looks forward… Read more »
Right now, we’re closing our office to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the more vulnerable members of our community from infection. However, when we can open our doors again, we look forward to helping residents of Livonia, MI, and surrounding communities enjoy full smiles again with dental implants, often in just one… Read more »
If you have missing teeth, then your overall quality of life can suffer, from your ability to eat and speak, to the stability of your facial structure. To help replace missing teeth with implant technology, without making you wait for a lengthy healing process, your Livonia, MI, dentist can offer Teeth in a Day. Do… Read more »
The amazing news that our Livonia, MI team would love to share with you is: Your Livonia dentist recently completed a training course in providing Teeth in a Day. This is a dental implant treatment in which you may receive implants and restorations in one visit. The not so great news? We are aware that… Read more »
We offer a number of different dental implant options to address your missing teeth. With an implant and crown, we can address one missing tooth. We can also secure prosthetics, such as dental bridges and dentures. But can we accomplish this in a single day? In certain cases, we can! Are teeth-in-a-day right for you?
With traditional dental implants, placement involves surgically inserting the dental implant post, waiting four to six months for the post to bond with the jawbone, and then adding the prosthetic or restoration. However, with a recent innovation we can now offer patients teeth in a day. Do you have questions about the teeth in a… Read more »