A week’s worth of fixed teeth in a day (Allon4) patients
Today is Friday, I am in our Edinburgh practice today – I have just reviewed Mrs S who had her failing upper teeth removed and replaced with a fixed bridge on implants in the same day about 4 weeks ago. She was full of smiles and told me ‘I cannot believe how there has been no pain – none at all! I’ve been telling everyone – and I’ve been saying these are not even the final teeth and I look fabulous – imagine how great I’ll look with the final ones’!
Earlier this week I reviewed Mrs W. in Perth who had her upper and lower fixed teeth in a day fitted about 14 weeks ago. She said ‘It was a lot of money for me to spend on myself – an awful lot. And it was a tough decision. But I can honestly say it was the best decision I have ever made. The nightmare of dentures is a distant memory. I am no longer taking things in and out and worrying about eating in public. I can’t tell you the difference that has made in my life’.
It is a lot of money – implants are precision engineered and that plus a high level of care comes at a price. However, living with loose teeth or dentures that move or a combination, plus the constant fear of a front tooth crown coming out must be hell. We see people whose self-esteem is rock bottom because of the embarrassment of their teeth.
Upper and lower fixed teeth is a day is a wonderful solution. You really don’t need to live with loose or moving teeth any more. We can help you.
There is a price for our level of care and that is what it is. We believe in providing the very best in terms of the surgeons we use, the sedation we provide, the after-care and every detail. You are safe in our hands. We will treat you with dignity and respect.
It is funny how we value things in our lives. Upper and lower fixed teeth in a day may be the price of a car but what is the value of health, confidence, self-esteem and good nutrition! Sometimes, I think we need to give ourselves permission that we are worth an investment such as this to be able to enjoy eating out, social occasions and forget and simply smile.
By Dr.Elaine Halley
Last updated January 29th, 2019