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April 16, 2015
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There’s a deceptive growing trend among franchise dental offices offering “Teeth in a Day” and if you've been shopping around for a dental procedure to fix or replace a broken or rotted tooth, there’s a good chance you’re seen this offer. The simple fact is that this is not physically possible and definitely not safe. In this blog we outline the dangers of this deceptive offer.

In many of these cases, the franchise dental offices are referring to dental implants. Dental implants are a fantastic way to replace a missing tooth. The titanium screw can be outfitted with a variety of dental prosthetics, making the tooth indistinguishable from the real thing. Once placed, your hygiene process does not have to change with a dental implant, meaning you can brush and floss like you always have. Eating and other daily activities also remain unaltered. Essentially, dental implants provide you with a ton of value when performed correctly by a quality dentist.


The fact is, there is no way to know how long it will take to place a dental implant in a patient because every single patient is different and has different needs to fulfill in order to have a successful dental implant placement. It is not until after a consultation and x-rays are taken that a dentist can create a custom and specific plan of action for your individual mouth.


For the vast majority of dental implant patients there are a number of preparatory tasks that need to be performed in order to ensure the dental implant will successfully bond with the jawline, gums and other teeth. If these preparatory tasks are rushed or skipped, there’s a good chance the dental implant will not last. This can cause future problems, more expenses and pain.


So the plain and simple facts are that trying to rush into getting a “Tooth in a Day” is just not safe and there is a good chance it will not be successful. The dental implant procedure is complex, and needs an ample amount of time and planning on your part, as well as the dentist.


Remember, dental implants are an investment in your dental health and smile so it’s very important that you take your time, find the right dentist and get the best plan of action for success. Trust me, it will be well worth the wait to do it the correct way than rush into it and run into lots of problems, complications and failures.


The key is to find an experienced and highly qualified dentist who can help guide you through the process. Once you have your initial consultation, this qualified expert can fully explain the best strategy for your specific need to make sure the procedure is a success.


Lastly, keep in mind that the longer you wait to get a dental implant, the harder they are to place and the more complicated the procedure can get. So if you are in need of dental implants I would highly suggest scheduling a free consultation with the Dr. John, the dental implant expert here in Milwaukee.



Dr. John Olsen

Dr. John Olsen

For over 24 years, Dr. John has been successfully restoring the smiles and improving the lives of people in the Milwaukee area with his expert knowledge and attention to detail.

Dr. John strives for excellence and holds a number of impressive titles including:

  • Diplomat in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)

  • Mastership in Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) & Regional Director

  • Induction into the International College of Dentists

  • Certified with American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE)


He frequently is invited to speak and teach workshops around the country to help spread his expert knowledge in the dental fields. Additionally, he regularly attends trainings and workshops to continue his own education.


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