More on Teeth-in-an-Hour-Instant Teeth
“Teeth in an Hour-Instant Teeth” technology can be used for:
- Replacement of a Upper Denture
- Replacement of a Lower Denture
- Single Missing Teeth
- Replacement of a Upper Partial Denture
- Replacement of a Lower Partial Denture
- Multiple Missing Teeth
- Same Day Treatment at Tooth Extraction (Single, Multiple or Full Jaw Extractions)
Each patient must be evaluated by Dr. Balle and with advanced CT x-ray technology to determine whether “Teeth in an Hour-Instant Teeth” is an ideal treatment option in their situation.
Advantages of “Teeth in an Hour-Instant Teeth”
- No stitches (in many cases)
- Surgery takes about 1 hour
- Highly accurate
- Reduced pain
- Minimal swelling
- Back to work quickly
- Fewer office visits
- Excellent cosmetics
- Great for the upper or lower jaw (even both the same day!)
Here’s the fine print: In order for “Teeth in an Hour-Instant Teeth” to be possible, if bone grafting is required, it must be performed before surgery. Some cases are possible with complete extractions at time of surgery, but an evaluation is required to determine which patients are good candidates for this type of treatment. Patients must have adequate bone quantity and density to support the “Teeth in an Hour-Instant Teeth” procedure. Finally, any patient considering “Teeth in an Hour-Instant Teeth” will require CT x-ray scanning as part of their evaluation.
The Science behind This Modern Dental Breakthrough
Computer based implant surgery, computer designed and manufactured surgical guides (SurgiGuide) and simulated implant surgery computer software (SimPlant) along with CT x-ray scanning makes these advances in dental implant planning and “teeth in an hour-instant teeth” possible.
Balle & Associates is only a handful of dentists in the U.S. that have taken these advancements in medical technology and combined them for the maximum benefit for his patients to speed up the dental implant treatment process. What it took nature 15 years to develop; Balle & Associates can now give back to his patients in about an hour of surgery.
Here is what happens. Following receipt of the 3-dimensional computer x-ray scan of your jaws, Balle & Associates performs a computer simulated (virtual reality) implant surgery on you before ever touching your actual mouth. The information gathered is very accurate and allows Dr. Balle to visualize the future locations for your implants and gives him the knowledge of your jaw anatomy in three dimensions. Your vital anatomical structures are identified before surgery and he can measure your bone quality and quantity directly from the computer images to make important decisions about how to best handle your care for success.
After this, the vast amounts of planning information Dr. Balle receives from the computerized implant surgery simulation is digitally transmitted to Belgium for fabrication of a highly accurate guide that allows for your “Teeth in an Hour-Instant Teeth” replacement teeth to be made for delivery at your surgery. This computer manufactured guide will also be used by Dr. Balle and his team during your actual surgery to put your implants in the positions that were planned many weeks ago via the virtual reality surgery. Finally, Dr. Balle imports the world”s most esthetic teeth and porcelains imported from Switzerland to give you a superior cosmetic result.
The sooner you schedule a consultation, the more likely you can benefit from this new technology to get back your smiling and chewing in as little time as possible. Call 702-997-1191 to schedule a complimentary 15 minute “talking visit” with Balle & Associates to have your questions answered.