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Teeth in a Day

With new dental implant technology, it’s now possible to have a complete set of new teeth in a day. Many patients with full dentures or full-arch tooth loss are candidates for this procedure.

At Argyle Associates, our Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons are knowledgeable and experienced in the strategic placement of these implants, even in the case of significant bone loss.

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea Surgery at Argyle Associates

At Argyle Associates, Oral and maxillofacial work with sleep medicine physicians to find the best treatment for you. Surgery is considered when the other treatment options have been explored. The Ottawa Surgical Sleep Apnea clinic will only consider OSA surgery if the patient has completed a trial of CPAP.

Once it has been determined that obstructive sleep apnea surgery is the best treatment, the cause of the apnea must be located. Depending on the patient, there may be one or several causes of apnea. The surgery being performed must match the problem or problems. For example, surgical treatments for obstructive sleep apnea can address issues with the nose, palate, tongue, jaw, neck, obesity, or several of these at the same time.

Contact Argyle Associates today if you would like more information on obstructive sleep apnea surgery at our clinic.

Diagnosing & Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that can have negative implications on a person’s sleep cycle and overall health. During sleep, the upper airway will narrow and cause a person to temporarily stop breathing. This pause in breathing is referred to as apnea. Apneas send a signal to the brain which causes the person to wake up just enough to restore their breathing. This cycle repeats several times over the course of one night. Most people that suffer from OSA are not aware of the symptoms that present themselves during sleep.

Symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea include daytime drowsiness, snoring with pauses in breathing, gasping or choking during sleep, restless sleep, issues with mental functions, and lack of focus. If you are experiencing more than one of these symptoms or someone has pointed out your disruptive sleep patterns, you may be suffering from OSA. Obstructive sleep apnea has a few treatments that can help a person manage the symptoms of this sleep disorder. Oral appliances and CPAP or BiPAP devices are commonly used to treat obstructive sleep apnea. If these treatments are not effective or you are suffering more severely from OSA, surgery is likely the best course of action.

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Advances in technology have made it possible to replace a full arch of teeth in a single procedure. All teeth in an arch are removed. Four to six implants are strategically placed. A full bar of teeth is attached to the implants.

This is the easiest, most economical way to have a full arch of fixed, non-removable teeth in one day. They look like natural teeth and fit very securely with no need for adhesives. The teeth will not rub on your gums. They will not slip or fall out. Your surgeon will determine if you are a candidate for this procedure after examining your health.

Although you walk out with a full set of new teeth, there is a healing period of two to three months. During this time, it is important that the new implants are able to fully bond with the bone. Therefore, a soft diet should be observed.

If you are looking to replace a full arch of teeth in a single procedure, teeth in a day surgery might be right if you:

  • Have adequate bone density in the implant area
  • Have healthy oral tissue
  • Do not grind your teeth excessively
  • Do not have any medical condition which negatively affect bone healing
  • Are looking for an alternative to dentures or bridgework

If you would like teeth in a day implants, contact us today to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation. We can help determine whether teeth in a day implants are the best option for you.

Teeth in a day surgery is a great option for people looking to replace a full arch of teeth. They have many advantages, most notably in how quickly they can be implemented. As the name suggests, the procedure only takes a day with patients walking out with a beautiful new smile. Teeth in a day implants also look, function and feel like natural teeth. They can help preserve and improve facial structure. Teeth in a day implants also help patients eat and speak better, making daily life more comfortable.

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