Teeth in a Day is an innovative and effective alternative to implant-supported dentures, especially for those missing more than one tooth. Find out if this tooth replacement option is right for you.


Traditional dental implants are an ideal solution for patients who only need to replace one or two teeth. However, this process can be very time consuming and can take up to 6 months to complete.

If you’re looking to replace a full arch of teeth, Teeth in a Day is a technological innovation which may provide a better solution for your needs. This tooth replacement option has many benefits, including:

  • Long-lasting and very durable
  • Reduces your risk of bone loss
  • Suitable for the majority of patients
  • Cost-effective and allows you to avoid the hassle of multiple treatments
  • Function like natural teeth

Benefits Of Teeth In A Day

Affordable and Quality Denture Solutions in Calgary

At Future Smiles, we understand that everyone’s oral needs are different, which is why we offer a wide range of tooth replacement options from Teeth in a Day to traditional full/partial dentures and implant-supported teeth.

Whatever you choose, we offer flexible payment options to make your denture experience as easy, stress-free, and seamless as possible.

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Am I a Suitable Candidate For Teeth in a Day?

One of the greatest benefits of the Teeth in a Day option is that it is suitable for the majority of patients who need to replace a full arch of teeth. However, there are certain criteria that need to be met in order to be considered a good candidate, including:

1. GOOD OVERALL HEALTH

In order for you to be considered for teeth in a day, there are certain health issues that must be ruled out including:

  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis
  • Gum disease
  • Other oral health issues

If your denturist finds that you have health issues which don’t make you an ideal candidate for this tooth replacement option, they may suggest traditional partial dentures as an alternative.

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2. ADEQUATE BONE DENSITY IN THE JAW

As with traditional dental implants, the density of your jaw bone is an important consideration when determining your candidacy for Teeth in a Day. The good news? Significantly less bone structure is required to accomodate the implants used as part of the Teeth in a Day procedure.

This is because this treatment uses longer implants, allowing them to fuse more easily with your natural bone structure.

Bone Grafting Procedure

In some cases, your denturist may even suggest a bone graft if you have insufficient jawbone density, allowing you to undergo the procedure.

3. AGE

While age itself isn’t necessarily a factor in whether or not you will be a suitable candidate for Teeth in a Day, there are certain age-related health conditions that may impact your candidacy for the procedure.

During an initial consultation with your denturist, they will be able to review your medical history to ensure that you don't suffer from any conditions that may impact your ability to undergo this treatment.

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4. SMOKING

While smoking won’t rule you out as a candidate for Teeth in a Day, it can be harmful to the dental implants, especially if you’ve undergone a bone graft placement. Smoking will:

  • Inhibit blood flow to the bone and gum tissues surrounding the implant, making it much more difficult for the implant to fuse with them.
  • Put you at a higher risk of gum disease, which can affect the success of dental implants.
  • Pose a huge risk to the healing process and tissue health.

If you are considering undergoing a Teeth in a Day Procedure, denturists strongly recommend that you quit smoking prior to the treatment to ensure the safest and best possible results.

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To find out more about the Teeth in a Day procedure, or any of our other denture solutions, contact our Calgary denture clinic today at (403) 475-0016 or fill in our online contact form.

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Posted by Vlad Dumbrava

Vlad Dumbrava has been active in the field of denture therapy since 2008. Upon receiving his denturist degree in 2011 from George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, he continued his education in Medical Sciences at Western University.