Get Same Day Implants using All on 4 dental implants
Smile in a Day same day implants from TDC Implant Centres are a revolutionary and permanent alternative to false teeth or traditional implants. Our scientifically proven technique gives people whose teeth are failing or missing the chance to regain full use of their teeth as well as a beautiful smile – all in one day!
Due to the innovative techniques pioneered, the Smile in a Day using the All on 4 technique does not require conventional bone grafting and are even suitable for people who have been told they can’t have implants.
Same Day Implants: How it works
Until recently, traditional implant surgery was the only real alternative to dentures. This could take several, uncomfortable months to complete and involved patients wearing dentures throughout the process.
However, due to recent breakthroughs in implant treatment, it is possible with Smile in a Day for us to replace your failing or missing teeth with new permanent teeth in just one day, using our ‘all on 4’ technique. This means you can get same day implants and have a beautiful smile within hours of us fitting your new teeth.
If you’d like to find out more about our revolutionary same day implants, get in touch with us today and we’ll book you in for a free consultation at one of our clinics in Harley Street, London, Peterborough or Folkestone.
During this consultation, our Dentist will review your treatment needs and your medical health, examine both your teeth and bone levels and discuss your needs.
Our dentist will do a full examination to make sure you’re suitable for same day implants. If suitable, you will then have a computerised CT scan to give us a better picture of your teeth and bone levels, so we can be absolutely sure that you are right for the treatment.
This allows us to accurately assess your suitability for implant therapy and to precisely plan your treatment. Our modern CT scanners are low dose where you can sit in a normal chair (unlike the hospital version). Our expert implant team will together analyse your clinical records and formulate your plan of care. Your Dentist will then write to you detailing your treatment and its associated costs.