Implants Without Surgery

Teeth In An Hour

Teeth-in-an-hour is a technique that can reduce dramatically the time of the implant treatment. With Teeth-in-an-hour it is now possible to have dental implants and new, fully functioning teeth in the same appointment. The actual surgery may last just one hour but the method requires also a very important preparation phase that can range from 2 to 4 weeks.

The key of the technique are the sophisticated radiographic techniques combined with computer technology to enable precise surgical placement of the implants. Detailed 3-D imaging allows to accurately assess bone structure, map out the areas of best bone integrity, decide the exact position of implants and even create a permanent prosthesis prior to the dental implant surgery.

Since the implants fit exactly into the surgical sites prepared for them, there is little healing time required for the bone to fill in the gap. Implants are ready for immediate function and the restorations can be loaded right away without waiting times (immediate load implants). With Teeth-in-an-hour the process is completed in about one hour and the patient leaves with his or her final teeth at the end of the appointment.

Teeth in an hour tecnique procedure can be used for single tooth, multiple teeth and all teeth replacement., is particularly suitable for cases of total rehabilitation in patients who have already lost their teeth. It is also recommended in patients with coagulation disorders.

The diagnostic functions, planning and implementation allow us full control of processing parameters. We can select the optimum position of the implant. Biomechanical, functional and aesthetic needs as well as the quantity and quality of bone at the selected location, are fully integrated in the process of decision making.

It is the fastest and most effective system for dental implants. With this technique, making implants is much faster and easier for the patient, who must not suffer a prolonged postoperative and see how in just 24 hours and make a normal life without discomfort or scarring. Definitely a plus when deciding on an intervention that causes rejection only 2% of implants placed.


  1. Clinical Diagnostics
    The dentist examines the patient clinically and taking impressions for study models and radiological guidance.
  2. Scanning TC scan (CB)
    Proof of radiologic guidance and scanning the patient.
  3. Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
    Dr. virtually placed implants in the optimal position.
  4. Prefabrication of prosthetic solutions
    Prefabrication based implants using the surgical template provisional.
  5. Placing the implants under local anesthesia
    And when indicated also the provisional fixed prosthesis on implants . Needless to stitches.
  6. 2-4 months:
    Evidence for the realization of the final prosthesis.

What restrictions are there?
If the patient has a limited mouth opening for infections in the area close to work or whether to make increased soft or hard tissues , in which case it is necessary to lift the gum.