3 on 6™ Dental ImplantsAllendale Charter Twp, MI
Restoring someone's beautiful smile has the effect of changing how they interact with people, and more importantly how they feel about themselves. Whether it's asking for a raise or inviting someone to dinner, being confident in their smile has made a world of difference.
Don't wait! Restore the beauty and confidence that will improve your life for the better. Your only regret will be that you hadn't done it sooner.
Improving Smiles. Changing Lives.
Over 60% of 3 on 6™ patients had previously decided to not pursue any treatment because the treatment plans they received were too expensive.
The 3 on 6™ has made permanent smile restoration affordable and accessible for many people who previously were left to choose between dentures or a smile they weren't happy with.
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Step 1: Free Consultation
Everything begins with a free consultation with a 3 on 6™ certified doctor. They will take scans of your mouth which they will use to determine if you are a candidate for the 3 on 6™.
At this initial consultation, they will also go over payment and financing options with you and determine if and when you would like to begin treatment.
Step 2: Implant Surgery
At the following appointment, the implant surgery will take place. This can be done with local anesthesia or you can choose to be sedated. After this surgery, the implants will need to heal for anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.
During this time you will receive a temporary denture so that you are not toothless while you heal. In some cases, a single piece bridge can be placed instead of a denture.
Our dental lab will use scans of your teeth or pre-designed models to design your new smile. You will have input on the design including the shade of the teeth.
Step 3: Temporary Restoration
After your implants are healed, you will stop wearing the denture and will have temporary bridges placed on your implants. These are made out of a cheaper material and will serve as a test drive.
After trying the bridges for two weeks the doctor will meet with you again to see if you’re happy with your smile or if you would like some adjustments with the shade or fit. Based on your feedback, the Doctor may make some modifications to your bridges.
Step 4: Final Bridges
Your final zirconia bridges will then be made by our dental lab specialists, based on the specifications from your Doctor. A final appointment will be scheduled in which the Doctor will place your final bridges and ensure that it meets all of your expectations.
Your new 3 on 6™ smile will be beautiful and permanent. You don't have to ever remove it and can maintain it with simple brushing and flossing. You can smile, speak, kiss, and chew with confidence!
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