New Teeth Today

Dentures can be uncomfortable and interfere with eating. The process for regular dental implants can take several months and require multiple surgical visits. In contrast, NEW TEETH TODAY is an amazing new development in the field of dentistry that utilizes dental implants to provide patients with fully functioning teeth in twenty-four hours. Read more below to learn more!

Initial Appointment:

At an initial appointment, a CAT scan of the patient’s jaw bone is taken. This produces a three-dimensional model of the jaw bone that is used with virtual reality software to plan the implant placement; this is done without the patient being present. The detailed 3D imaging allows doctors to accurately assess bone structure, map out areas of best bone integrity, and decide the exact position of the implants. All of this allows for more accurate implant placement.


On the day of implant placement, doctors remove any nonrestorable teeth and infected tissue and place dental implants within the bone. During this procedure, the dentist collaborates with an oral surgeon to prepare temporary, yet highly aesthetic, non-removable teeth that are designed for the patient’s face and smile. The patient then comes back the next day and the dental prosthesis (bridge) is inserted so that the patient leaves the office with a stable, attractive, and functional smile.

Healing Time:

Patients can often resume their normal activities the next day, with little postoperative discomfort. Also, because these implants fit exactly into the prepared surgical sites, there is little healing time required for the bone to fill in the gaps. Within a few months, the implants will have totally fused to the natural bone, and the temporary prosthesis will be replaced with a stronger, permanent one.

Dr. Medianick collaborates with Berks Oral Surgery to provide patients with New Teeth Today. He loves helping patients achieve their desired bite and smile, and eliminating their need for dentures. He has seen New Teeth Today transform the lives of his patients!