Frequently Asked Questions

This is a brief list of frequently asked questions to help you while researching your best possible dental solution.

Upon delivery of your new teeth, each Done In One ® patient will be provided with a Patient Care manual, which covers aftercare instructions from post-op guidance and dietary recommendations all the way to long-term care and warranty information.

Our certified Patient Care Coordinators are always available to answer any questions you may have both before and after your consultation and procedure—either by phone or through our website chat feature. In addition, all pertinent information will be covered extensively by your Done In One® provider.

Every case is different, every patient unique. The only certainty involved with a medical procedure of this nature is that Done In One® will be there for each of our patients every step of the way!

 
 

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When it comes to full mouth restoration and new permanent implant teeth, there’s really just one option... Done In One®!

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Why Choose Done In One

The Done In One® procedure helps those suffering from ill-fitting dentures, dental disease, failing or missing teeth with a revolutionary full mouth reconstruction in just two days!
No temporary teeth or uncomfortable dentures! First and final implant teeth, digitally designed for you in 48 hours.

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Most teeth in one day procedures are not custom designed and only offer a temporary set of teeth after surgery. If you've been considering teeth implant supported bridge, it's important to know the truth about teeth in a day, hybrid or all on four techniques currently available.
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Personalized for each patient, the Done In One® hybrid bridge is a custom milled nanoceramic bridge bonded to a custom milled Trilor framework. This revolutionary material combined with our cutting edge technology allows us to deliver your final permanent teeth in 48 hours following surgery.

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