Hybrid Prosthesis or Teeth In One Day:
Our revolutionary approach for replacing natural teeth
Tired of having dentures? You can have brand new teeth in one day with Northstar’s new implant bridge technology. All you need to do is give us a call at 402-742-000 and set up your free consultation today. Our dentists are happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Today, there are about 35 million people in the United States without teeth. Although some may not realize it, tooth loss is a serious ailment for its victims. For those without teeth, it can often seem difficult to find a solution. It seems more difficult than it is, and it certainly seems less affordable than it really is.
At Northstar, we have a simple, innovative solution called Hybrid Prosthesis. The procedure allows us to give you teeth in one day that will last a lifetime. The other names for this procedure are: “Four-on-One, “Teeth Implants in One Day” or “Permanent Teeth Implants.”
Some people call it an implant denture, but that isn’t quite correct. Hybrid Prosthesis is not like an implant denture, as it does not have to be taken in and out of a mouth, It is a permanent and non-removable option for replacing natural teeth and resides in a mouth permanently. Hybrid Prosthesis is the closest and best option for replacing natural teeth while creating a beautiful smile and preventing bone loss associated with losing teeth.
What is Hybrid Prosthesis? How is it different from an implant denture?
Using dental implants as a foundation, Hybrid Prosthesis places fully-functioning teeth inside a patient’s mouth. Northstar Dental partners with Nebraska Oral & Facial Surgery to offer the quickest, safest, and most affordable procedure possible. The Hybrid Prosthesis was developed by Nobel Biocare as a better way to replace teeth.
This is a revolutionary solution that allows creating a mouth full of natural-looking teeth that can be cleaned just like regular teeth.
Hybrid prosthesis begins with a CAT scan. This digital image captures the patient’s jawbone to generate a 3D model. Then, the dentist use software to prepare the implant before the patient arrives. This allows for a more accurate placement of the permanent implant bridge. It also means the patient spends less time in the dental office. Even more, the patient’s prosthesis is created before the patient arrives. This means the patient only needs to be present for a single appointment. This is why the process is often called “Teeth Implants in One Day.”
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How do you choose experts for your
Implant Bridge “Hybrid Prosthesis”?
What makes Dr. Brad Alderman and Dr. David Rallis the most qualified to perform Hybrid Prosthesis? Dr. David Rallis has been placing dental implants with an industry-leading success rate for years. After completing his training at Mayo Clinic, where he had the chance to place hundreds of implants and participate in most difficult and complicated cases. After leaving Mayo Clinic, Dr. David Rallis has created and perfected some of the most cutting-edge techniques, including our “Teeth in One Day” procedure.
DAVID J. RALLIS, DDS MD
Dr. David Rallis has been placing dental implants with an industry-leading success rate for years. After completing his training at Mayo Clinic, where he had the chance to place hundreds of implants and participate in most difficult and complicated cases. After leaving Mayo Clinic, Dr. David Rallis has created and perfected some of the most cutting-edge techniques, including our “Teeth in One Day” procedure.
Brad Alderman, DDS
After Implants integrate, Dr.Brad Alderman will complete the procedure by placing a permanent implant bridge.
Dr. Brad Alderman has also completed several advanced courses on restoring implants and with a special focus in Hybrid Prosthesis.
Dr. Brad Alderman has restored hundreds of implants and many Hybrid Prosthesis cases. Dr. Brad Alderman enjoys working together with the Dr. David Rallis is, the expert on placing dental implants in Lincoln, NE
This team of dental experts collaborates closely while making Hybrid Prosthesis for their patients because they have a passion for excellence, attention to detail and the ultimate goal of delivering excellent results to their patients.
Before and After of Teeth-in-One-Day
Commonly Asked Questions
Q: Am I a good candidate for Hybrid Prosthesis?
A: A few different factors will determine whether or not a patient is an ideal candidate for “Teeth in One Day.” For one, a Hybrid Prosthesis is meant for those who are losing or have lost all of their teeth. If that’s the case and you prefer convenient, long-lasting solutions, then it’s probably a good solution for you. The best way to be sure is to contact us and set up a free consultation.
Q: I can’t get a permanent fixed bridge or implant because I have bone loss, can I still get “Implant teeth in one day” or ” Four-on-One?”
A: The vast majority of patients who don’t qualify for traditional implant options do qualify for a Hybrid Prosthesis. Most of the time, the ” Implant Teeth in One Day ” procedure uses the front of the jaw and allows many patients to be candidates for this revolutionary procedure
Q: Why should I consider hybrid prosthesis?
A: Hybrid prosthesis uses more supportive bone implants than traditional dental implants. Using the front, denser, part of the jaw bone, your dentist will anchor the Implant permanent bridge” in more securely. This offers two benefits: a stronger implant and a longer-lasting implant.
Q: How long is the procedure?
A: The surgery only takes about 2 hours. Your temporary implant bridge will be set and ready by the end of the appointment.
A patient will never have to be without teeth. Because of this revolutionary approach, patients can have a beautiful new smile right the same day as removing teeth.
Q: Will the procedure hurt?
A: For placement of multiple dental implants, the Oral sergeant will put you to sleep and give you anti-inflammatory medication. Because of this, you won’t feel any discomfort during the surgery, and you should feel back to normal in 3-5 days afterward.
Q: Do I need to wait until the implants heal for my Fixed Permanent Implant bridge “Hybrid Prosthesis”?
A: Nope! Because the implants are anchored into the bone, you won’t require any healing time or bone integration to secure the temporary implant bridge. After placement of dental implants, you will receive temporary dental bridge that you will use for three months. After three months of healing, you will receive permanent and final Hybrid Prosthesis.
Are you ready to learn more about Teeth-in-One-Day?
STEP 1: Attend A Free Consultation
- Every dental implant procedure begins with a free consultation. At this consultation, Dr. Brad Alderman and Dr. David Rallis will create a customized treatment plan just for you. You will learn exactly how much the procedure will cost without having to worry about any surprise fees. To schedule our free consultation, please click here.
STEP 2: Pre-Procedure Exam
- When you have decided that you are ready for permanent new teeth and ready to move forward with dental implants, Dr.Brad Alderman and Dr. David Rallis will meet with you for an exam to finalize your treatment plan and prepare everything you’ll need for your procedure. Once this exam is complete, you are ready to schedule your procedure.
STEP 3: Dental Implant Procedure
- This is your big day. When you walk out of your procedure, your dental implants will be in place,
STEP 4: Post Procedure Check Ups
- It is important to keep in mind there is a recovery period following your dental implant procedure. Typically patients will be on a soft food diet for several weeks to a few months while their implants heal. During this time, the typical patient will come back in for several checkups to ensure that everything is healing properly. All of your post-op checkups are at no additional cost.
STEP 5: Receive Your Permanent Teeth
- This is the final step! When your mouth has finished healing, and your new dental implants have stabilized, we will replace your temporary teeth with your new permanent teeth.
Check out the “What is the difference between hybrid prosthesis and dentures” video.