Kingston Teeth in a Day

Kingston Teeth in a Day Same Day Dental Implants, Same Day Teeth. Kingston Teeth in a Day, can provide you teeth and dental implants in one day! You no longer have to wait for six month healing times, you can bite into an apple the day your implants and teeth are placed.

Teeth in a Day Kingston, offers same day dental implants and teeth. Treatment is done while you are sedated or sleep. Only 4-5 implants per jaw is needed, they act like the roots of your own teeth (but never get cavities and rarely get gum disease). No bone grafting is needed for this procedure, you don't have to worry about the mobidity and costs of bone grafting procedures. If you have been told

Teeth in a Day Kingston, offers same day dental implants and teeth. Treatment is done while you are sedated or sleep. Only 4-5 implants per jaw is needed, they act like the roots of your own teeth (but never get cavities and rarely get gum disease). No bone grafting is needed for this procedure, you don't have to worry about the mobidity and costs of bone grafting procedures. If you have been told

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02/10/2016

we’d like to talk about Teeth in a Day. If you remember from our site, we offer a treatment called “Teeth in a Day” that uses All-on-4 technology. All-on-4 is a game changer for patients with extensive tooth loss or decay and aren’t eligible for dental implants. So, let’s get down to the brass tacks on the All-on-4 system.

How All-on-4 Is Different from Dentures

We briefly skimmed over the difference between All-on-4 and dentures on our website. Today, we’d like to delve deeper into the All-on-4 system. Even though All-on-4 are installed in one day, they’re still a permanent set of teeth. Unlike dentures, they’ll look and feel like real teeth. However, you’ll also need to take care of them like natural teeth.

Like traditional dental implants, All-on-4 will prevent bone deterioration in your jaw and restore your face’s appearance. Unlike dentures, you won’t need to use denture paste, and your All-on-4 treatment won’t ever need to be taken out.

They’ll rest comfortably on your mouth’s arch, without putting too much pressure on your gums. Whereas, traditional dentures can pinch your gums and put excessive pressure on them when you bite down. One of the greatest benefits of Teeth in a Day is that they’ll restore your ability to eat, so you can enjoy all of your favorite foods again.

The All-on-4 allows you to bite with up to 70% more bite force than dentures. They also allow you to feel and taste your food again. With the All-on-4 treatment, you can experience the cozy feeling of a warm cup of soup or the refreshing sensation of a popsicle on a warm summer day.

Essentially, All-on-4 offers all of the full-arch restorative benefits of dentures combined with dental implants. It’s the best of both worlds, without the negative side effects. And what makes them even better is that it only takes a day, so you don’t have to wait for your dental implants to heal before enjoying them.

FAQs About All-on-4

To give you more of an idea on how All-on-4 works, we’re going to answer some frequently asked questions.

How is All-on-4 different from dental implants?
Teeth in a Day with the All-on-4 system only uses 4 implants for an arch. Regular implants would need about 8 implants for an entire arch, which would cause over-crowding and would be incredibly irritating for your gums. All-on-4 places your implants in at an angle, so that they make better connection with your bone. This is part of the reason why you won’t need bone grafting or supplemental treatments for your All-on-4 treatment. Teeth in a Day are a more convenient solution to tooth loss. They’ll save you time, money, and irritations.
How long does the surgery take?
The All-on-4 treatment takes 2-3 hours for each arch. This means in as little as 5 hours, you can be enjoying your new set of teeth.
How successful is All-on-4?
Like dental implants, the All-on-4 system is incredibly successful. Current studies measure the success rate between 94-98%.
Who is a good candidate for All-on-4 implants?
Unlike dental implants, the door is wide open for All-on-4. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have good bone density, as long as you’re in decent physical health. Typically, people who wear dentures or will need dentures are good candidates for dental implants. If you’re missing a full arch of teeth, or will lose your teeth soon to extensive tooth decay.
Do Teeth in a Day look real?
Teeth in a day look real and will provide you with the beautiful smile you always wanted. Not only will they look like real teeth, but they’ll also perform like real teeth. With Teeth in a Day, you’ll be eating apples again in no time.
How do I clean my Teeth in a Day?
Your Teeth in a Day should be treated just like your real teeth. This means brushing, flossing, and rinsing twice daily. Before you leave our office, we’ll make sure that you know the full gambit on how to take care of your new teeth. Depending on your unique oral health, we will offer suggestions that will help get your oral health back to a positive state.
Do you have any unanswered questions? If you’re interested in Teeth in a Day with All-on-4 technology, schedule a consultation at Greenwood Park Dentistry. From beginning to end, our in-house denturist, Dr. Martins will make sure that your treatment goes smoothly with beautiful results.

01/27/2016

The "Teeth-in-a-Day" treatment concept replaces your missing teeth with a full, non-removable dental bridge supported by only four dental implants. With less implants needed, overall treatment time and cost is reduced. The unique "Teeth-in-a-Day" solution also ensures greater stability in the bone, reducing the need for bone graft surgery to increase bone volume. Traditionally we must allow an implant to heal before we begin using it for chewing — however with the"Teeth-in-a-Day" technique, we can engage the implants and begin chewing immediately for two main reasons:

Two of the four implants are tilted so as to engage more healthy, natural bone and increase implant length.
We connect the four implants with your fixed teeth which splints the 4 implants together, allowing each to gain strength from the next. The result is a happy patient who can eat and chew on their new set of teeth right away!

01/19/2016

Hello, everyone! Welcome to Dr. Moe Tabesh and Dr. Wayne Martin’s dental implants blog. At Greenwood Park Dentistry in Kingston, ON, we care a lot about education. Our thirst for knowledge is endless. To give you the care that you deserve, we only provide evidence-based dental care that’s founded in knowledge.

With that being said, it’s our utmost goal to make sure patients aren’t only receiving educated care, but are also becoming educated about their own dental health. After talking to you a good bit on our website, we’ve decided to start this blog to open up an educational discussion on dental implants and oral health. Today, we’re going to talk about the success and failure of dental implants.

As a fairly new procedure, it’s exciting to see the success rate of dental implants skyrocket. A lot of times, we’ve noticed that patients are worried that their dental implants will fail, because of something they’ve read or heard on the media. Perhaps, they saw the clip where Sharon Osbourne lost a dental implant in the middle of an interview. As many of you know, the media tries to distort achievements and scare people by showing negative stories. What you don’t often see in the media is that dental implants actually have a short-term success rate of 98%, and positively change the lives of thousands of patients daily.

How Dental Implants Succeed

Dental implants are a game changer in modern dentistry and tooth restoration. They’re highly successful, and when they’re properly taken care of can last for the rest of your life. So, that leads me to my next question – what makes dental implants so successful?

If you remember back to our “What Are Dental Implants?” page, dental implants are more successful than other tooth restoration treatment because of osseointegration. Osseointegration occurs when the pure titanium implant fuses with your jawbone. In fact, osseointegration derives its meaning from “becoming part of the bone.” Because osseointegration is a natural and fairly easy process, it makes it easy for you to have a successful dental implant treatment.

When looking at dental implants, there are a lot of benefits that outweigh the pitfalls. Dental implants stimulate jawbone growth, and they look natural and function like a real tooth. Nonetheless, you’ll often hear about the chance that your implant can fail 10-16 years later.

Is the possibility that your implant can fail later in life a good reason to forego the treatment? I’d say no, especially since this long-term failure can be avoided. Not to mention, the problems that arise from not treating tooth loss are far greater than those from a failed implant. In fact, a failed implant can often be replaced and made good for another 10 years. We’ll talk about how to avoid early implant failure in our next blog though.

What Makes an Implant Unsuccessful?

According to a study done by the Journal of Oral Implantology, the success of dental implants depends on a combination of good patients and surgeons. The research found that the provider’s years of experience and the number of implant surgeries performed in relation to the complexity of the surgery significantly influences the success of the implants.

Implant treatments performed by surgeons with less than 50 implant surgeries were twice as likely to fail. The study found that the surgeons with only 5 years of implant experience had a failure rate of 12%. On the other hand, experienced surgeons only saw a failure rate of about 2%.

Other factors that affected the success rate of the treatment included: smoking, the type of prosthesis, bruxism, diabetes, and the location of the implant. The implants were more likely to fail in patients with risk factors like diabetes, instead of technical factors like location and size of the implant.

One of the most significant factors in implant failure was teeth grinding, or what’s known in the medical community as bruxism. Teeth grinding during sleep attributed to a substantial percentage of implant failure along with bone loss. In the study, 29% of participants with a history of teeth grinding experienced implant failure. Bruxism causes bone loss, which makes it harder for implants to stay in. Right behind bruxism, 28% of patients with diabetes underwent implant failure. A seasoned dental implant provider will be able to assess your overall health before placing your implant to make sure that you have a successful treatment.

Go to an Experienced Implant Provider

To avoid short-term and long-term implant failure, we suggest that you go to an implant provider, who has special knowledge and experience in the field. Not only will your provider know exactly where to successfully place your implant, but they’ll also be able to give you the proper maintenance information. With the right placement and care, your dental implant can remain successful for the rest of your life. Stay with us to learn more about how to avoid early and long-term dental implant failures, along with more interesting dental health information and local news.

This is Dr. Moe Tabesh in Kingston, ON, and today we’re going to take a short break from talking about dental implants. ...
01/12/2016

This is Dr. Moe Tabesh in Kingston, ON, and today we’re going to take a short break from talking about dental implants. Instead, we’re going to talk about alligators. I know what you’re thinking, “what do Alligators have to do with teeth. Or dental implants. Or dental health for that matter?” We’ll get to that in a little bit.

What if humans could regrow teeth after having one knocked out? When we’re children, we kind of do regenerate our teeth. Well, sort of, we just have two sets of teeth. That way, when our baby teeth fall out, our permanent teeth can grow in after them. As infants, your body creates teeth under the gum line during a complex chemical and mineralization process. It’s hard to imagine our little bodies to be capable of growing the hardest tissue in the human body, enamel.
Unfortunately, after your permanent teeth erupt, that’s all you have. With that being said, it’s important to cherish them and maintain your dental health. However, some people aren’t so lucky as to keep all of their teeth their entire life. After all, we’re human, so mistakes and accidents happen. And unfortunately, after losing a permanent tooth to decay or a knock out, our bodies can’t magically regrow new teeth.

But, that would be pretty cool if we could, wouldn’t it? Some researchers in China are trying to make that happen. After all, we’ve figured out how to regenerate bone growth through bone grafts. So, why shouldn’t we be able to regenerate teeth? Except, the scientists aren’t trying to use any kind of bone graft technique to grow teeth. Instead, they’re looking to our reptile friend, the alligator, to try and figure out how to regrow teeth.

Why Alligators?

Alligators can regrow each of its teeth up to 50 times. Unlike humans who lose teeth from wear and tear, then just have to deal with it by getting dentures or dental implants, Alligators have physically evolved to a more practical level than us.

Alligators have 80 teeth and can replace each of them up to 50 times throughout their lives. They grow small spare teeth under their larger developed tooth, so that when they lose a tooth the spare can grow in to save the day.

This adaptation is convenient for alligators, since they usually live to be anywhere from 35 to 75 years old. If they only lose a tooth a year, they can make it their entire lives without having to deal with tooth loss, which I imagine would be pretty embarrassing for smiley alligators.
To study the regrowth process of alligator teeth, scientists X-rayed the tissue collections from alligator embryos, infants, and 3-year old adolescent alligators’ teeth. Then, they grew teeth cells in a lab to create a genetic representation of the progression. They found that alligator teeth underwent a few phases.

Researchers found that when an alligator loses a tooth, a 3 phase reaction takes place. First, a tissue known as the dental lamina, starts to swell up. Dental lamina is the type of tissue that begins the process of growing teeth in all animals. After the dental lamina swells, it activates stem cells and other molecules to start the formation of a shiny new tooth.

How We Could Use This Knowledge for Humans

The researchers learned a lot about the processes that alligators undergo to grow new teeth. While they haven’t regenerated a human tooth, yet, they can still use their knowledge to work with stem cells. If researchers learned how to activate the remnants of dental lamina that are found in the human mouth, they could induce humans to form a new tooth after they fall out.

On the reverse, researchers could use this knowledge to stop abnormal tooth growth in patients. However, this research is still early, and in theory it’s a great idea. Even though they don’t look like it, teeth have an incredibly complex physiology. With that being said, they haven’t actually figured out how to trigger the chemical structures to regenerate human teeth, yet. So in the meantime, they’ll keep learning more and more how alligators do it.

The Next Best Thing

Until researchers actually figure out how to regrow human teeth, we have the next best thing. For those patients out there, who are suffering from tooth loss, we have dental implants. As far as tooth restoration treatments go, dental implants are the closest thing to real teeth. They provide the full functionality and beauty of real teeth

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11/26/2014
Mike Galye Introduces the Story of George Washington's Dentures

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George Washington’s Weakness: His Teeth

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As he tried to build credibility in a fledgling nation, Washington strove to project dignity and strength. But his dentures were a mortifying sign of frailty.

02/19/2014

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