What Is Teeth in 1 Day™?
Missing teeth? Fearing dentures? Or tired of ill-fitting dentures? We have a solution with the revolutionary Teeth in 1 Day treatment, often called All-on-4 dental implants or full-mouth dental implants. You can get a new set of natural-looking teeth locked down by dental implants. The new set of teeth look and act like natural teeth.
No more removable teeth. No more hiding your smile. You can get a confident new smile in just one day. Eat all the food you enjoy. Smile, talk and eat without fear. Come see us for a consult1 to learn about a new set of teeth.
Advantages of Teeth in 1 Day™*
Full mouth dental implants, often called All-on-4 dental implants, offer a permanent solution for missing teeth and are an attractive alternative to a full set of dentures. Why choose Teeth in 1 Day:
- Natural-looking set of teeth in one day
- Eat whatever you want!
- Minimal procedures and visits
- Never remove teeth again
- Look younger as you prevent sagging jawbone
- Unbreakable teeth
- No messy creams or adhesives
- Computer guided implant precision
- Eat, chew and talk with confidence
Unlike removable dentures, a permanent set of denture implants gives you a secure fitting, lasting new smile.
Am I a Candidate?
While dentures are the traditional option for replacing missing teeth, Teeth In 1 Day has made them obsolete. With full-arch implant options like Teeth In 1 Day and supplemental treatments like bone grafting, more and more patients are finding that they are candidates for Teeth In 1 Day.
Dr. Soffer has a passion for rejuvenating smiles using dental implant systems and he can’t wait to consult you on the best options for you.
If you’ve been told you aren’t a candidate for dental implants, Dr. Soffer may be able to give you a second opinion and keep your smile dreams intact.
Ready to change your life? Schedule a consultation1 now!
Why Choose Dr. Kenneth A. Soffer?
Common Medicare-Related Questions
Our office is a certified Medicare provider. So what does Medicare cover and how can it benefit you? Read on for answers.
Medicare does not cover “dental issues.” It will not pay benefits towards anything tooth-related (such as fillings, extractions, dentures, etc.). But it DOES cover medically necessary oral surgery** that is needed due to jaw inflammation, infection, resorption of bone and inability to chew food.
What is Medicare?
Who can use their Medicare insurance for major dental services?
If you are covered, what may this mean financially?
How do I find out which Medicare plan I have and whether I have a condition deemed a medical necessity?
What if you find that my Medicare plan excludes dental services?
How many dentists are credentialed as Medicare providers? Only 1% of dentists in the United States are Medicare providers who are credentialed (certified) to treat Medicare patients.
What kinds of medical conditions are often deemed to have medical necessity
If you have any of these conditions and major dental disease, you may qualify for medical necessity and have a portion of major dental services covered**.