New Teeth Now FAQ
Our goal with New Teeth Now is to provide a final solution for patients who have been told they don’t have enough bone for dental implants. We see patients who have unmanageable teeth, patients who are miserable from wearing dentures, and those who have advanced periodontal disease.
Many of our patients come to us feeling desperate. Many have been told they are out of options by other offices who cannot provide dental implants to patients with severe bone loss.
New Teeth Now is different. Our board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons perform a full mouth implant procedure that they’ve personally refined over decades of combine experience. We have a proven, long-term solution for patients who have been turned away by other offices. The procedure is performed while the patient is asleep under general anesthesia. The procedure takes only one day. At the end of the same day, the patient goes home with a functional set of implant-supported teeth.
New Teeth Now provides patients with teeth that are non-removable and more natural than other dental prostheses. Finally able to enjoy the food they love and regain confidence in their relationships, our patients love to share with the world the positive change in their health and lifestyle.
It’s truly a life-changing transformation.
After completing your research and (if needed) applying for financing, you are ready to move forward with New Teeth Now. Your first step is to schedule a consultation where you will visit with one of our board-certified oral surgeons and an implant coordinator.
At the consultation, we will conduct a CT scan of your mouth, jaw, and teeth. The CT scan gives the oral surgeon a high-resolution 3D model. By analyzing your unique scan, the surgeon is able to develop a plan customized to your needs, determining exactly where to place implants and ensuring a successful procedure so that you can leave the same day with new teeth. To fully qualify for the New Teeth Now procedure, we require medical clearance and access to your medical history.
After you arrive the day of your scheduled procedure, you will be comfortably seated in our theater-style waiting area. Our anesthesia professional will escort you to the procedure room to prepare you for general anesthesia. While you’re asleep, any remaining teeth will be removed, and your implants placed. The surgeon will then use a mold to take an impression of your mouth.
After the procedure, you’ll be taken to a recovery room to rest. While you’re waking up, technicians in our lab are creating your teeth, which will then be custom fitted to your implants by the restorative team. You will leave that day with a new set of functional teeth.
New Teeth Now approaches the placement of implants with a series of proven methods. This is great news for patients who have been turned away due to severe bone loss.
New Teeth Now does not rely on bone grafting. By leveraging decades of diagnostic experience, and the use of angled dental implants and zygomatic implants, we have never turned away a patient solely due to bone loss.
The old-fashioned way of grafting bone, placing implants, then constructing teeth can take over a year. We have pioneered diagnostic and surgical techniques to conquer challenges that other dental implant specialists cannot. Our proven techniques for placing dental implants without the need for bone grafts means that New Teeth Now can provide patients with new teeth in one day.
No, the procedure itself is pain-free. Your comfort is one of our top priorities.
We have encountered many patients who are fearful because of painful experiences at the dentist. The first thing they ask us is, “How much does it hurt?”
The answer is quite simply, not much, if at all.
Unlike a visit to the dentist, the New Teeth Now procedure is done entirely under general anesthesia. From our extensive experience, we find that it is the best method to perform the surgery quickly and effectively.
General anesthesia is not just being sedated. Patients are in a deep sleep, so there is no discomfort and absolutely no awareness of time during the procedure. Patients are given a long-acting, local anesthetic near the end of the surgery to make sure they are in no pain when they wake up.
Our patients often describe their amazement at how little pain they experience after New Teeth Now. Many even skip taking their prescribed pain medication after the procedure.
For the New Teeth Now procedure, the cost is dependent on the specific needs of each patient. Please call for an estimate. For a quote more specific to your needs, you will need to schedule a consultation with a coordinator and one of our surgeons to evaluate your case history.