Frequently Asked Questions about Teeth-In-An-Hour

Frequently Asked Questions about Teeth-In-An-Hour

Teeth-In-An-Hour is a trademarked dental technology. It is offered by only a handful of clinics in the country. We are one of the Santa Cruz dental clinics offering this solution to patients. Our practice wants you to enjoy the smile you want, when you want it.

Only a few people actually know about Teeth-In-An-Hour. The technology is relatively new and, as we mentioned, it’s not widely offered. We have rounded up some of the questions our patients frequently ask. The items below will help you learn more about Teeth-In-An-Hour and help you decide whether this solution is right for you.

Is It Really Finished In Just One Hour?

Yes. A traditional implant may actually be installed in a matter of minutes. Prosthetics, on the other hand, are fitted after 4 to 9 months. This period is allocated to allow the implants to adjust and integrate to the patient’s jaw bone.

With Teeth-In-An-Hour, both procedures can be completed in just one hour. Take note, however, that this only pertains to the completion of the implant treatment. This does not include the consultation, the dental imaging, and the prosthetic fabrication you inevitably have to go through.

Are The Results Accurate?

Definitely. Teeth-In-An-Hour uses advanced CT scan and CAD imaging technology. They accurately capture the structure of your nerves and the quality of your jaw bones. This makes everything 100 per cent accurate, from the position of the implants to the size of the prosthetic bridge.

Is The Procedure Painful?

Believe it or not, Teeth-In-An-Hour is virtually painless. The procedure is flapless, meaning no sutures are made. As the scans are accurate, the installation of implants is less invasive. The entire process is quick and clean. Our dentist also offers sedation dentistry, which makes sure patients are calm and relaxed throughout the procedure.

How Long Does It Take To Heal?

Teeth-In-An-Hour heals faster than the regular implant operation. The technology and the techniques make the procedure minimally invasive and the installation more accurate. The results are usually successful. The best thing about it is your implants are immediately functional after the procedure. You may go back to your routine the next day.

How Much Does It Cost?

The price depends on your condition. Our dentist will have to know whether you need implants for your uppers, lowers, or both. The price also depends on the practice offering this dental service. If you are wondering about our rates, we are proud to say that ours is one of the most competitive.

Get in touch with us now and set an appointment for consultation. Whether or not you find the procedure too costly, you can expect to save a lot on dental visits because of the fast results this dental solution offers.

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