Smile Expressions Now Offering New Teeth in a Day and Same Day Crowns to Patients in Mount Dora and Surrounding Areas

Smile Expressions Family Dentistry & Oral Surgery is now offering patients Same-Day-Crowns and New Teeth in a Day. Most Mt. Dora dentists require patients to have multiple visits to fix or replace crowns or replace multiple teeth or dentures.

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Smile Expressions Family Dentistry & Oral Surgery

The ability for patients to come in for a dental appointment and leave with a completed restoration the same day is revolutionizing the way dentists can now practice dentistry.

Mount Dora, FL (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Smile Expressions Family Dentistry & Oral Surgery is now offering patients Same-Day-Crowns and New Teeth in a Day. Most Mt. Dora dentists require patients to have multiple visits to fix or replace crowns or replace multiple teeth or dentures. Smile Expressions technology is now allowing dentists and many Mt. Dora oral surgeons to finish many procedures in one office visit saving the patient discomfort and time.

Smile Expressions has moved into 2013 with the latest in dental technology that allows crowns to be milled and placed within about an hour. Most dental offices require one or more visits. A temporary crown is usually placed while the final dental crown is made at a lab.

Dr. Ryanne Hazen-Gilliland commented, “The ability for patients to come in for a dental appointment and leave with a completed restoration the same day is revolutionizing the way dentists can now practice dentistry.”

Another option now available by Smile Expressions is a procedure called New Teeth in a Day, which allows patients that need dentures the option to have permanent functional teeth. This procedure usually takes about a day and allows for the placement of implants that anchor a bridge in the mouth. This solution provides patients with normal functioning teeth and the ability to eat anything, just as they could with a healthy mouth, while preserving bone in the mouth, which is lost with the removal of teeth.


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