How is Permanent Teeth Replacement done?
With Dr. Hani Jamah, we offer a free consultation to determine if All-on-Four is the right treatment option for you. During the consultation, we gather initial diagnostic information, including x-rays, and present you with all your options. We will discuss your goals and desires and answer any questions you may have about the process. After the consultation, we provide you with a detailed report outlining the pros and cons of the procedure, as well as fee estimates and financing options. If needed, we also offer payment plan solutions through Lending Club.
Dr. Hani Jamah, we perform most surgeries in Silicon Valley Dental Center , but we also partner with leading oral surgeons and expert lab technicians to provide the highest quality care through a carefully coordinated team approach. This ensures that each member of your team is highly qualified to deliver you the best possible smile. We are trained in the Teeth in a Day protocol, and our primary oral surgery partners are located in San Francisco and Walnut Creek for your convenience.
Your treatment day is carefully coordinated between you, the doctors, the expert lab technician, and the support staff. Our expert team will ensure that you are comfortable during the procedure, using sedation as needed. Any remaining teeth will be removed, and your implants will be placed. Your new teeth will then be fitted, polished, and secured to your jaw. This entire procedure can be completed in just one day, usually taking between 4-6 hours, depending on whether you are receiving one arch or two arches. Your healing progress will be closely monitored after the procedure.
While you will have enjoyed the benefits of your new teeth, you will be fitted with a better set of teeth once you have healed (approximately 4-6 months later). Your treatment will include the creation of a new, permanent set of teeth to be fitted to your implants in order to achieve the best possible results. This is a more durable, titanium-reinforced set of teeth. We use high-quality teeth and acrylics that last longer, giving you a more permanent smile. This step also allows you to make any minor changes you want, such as changing the color or size of your teeth. Others who lack attention to detail frequently skip this second step.