Teeth in a Hour FAQ

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Office location:
St. Louis
3555 Sunset Office Drive
Suite C-105
St. Louis, MO
Phone: (314) 965-3271


Teeth In An Hour is currently being used for patients who wish to replace their dentures with permanent teeth. The fast-moving pace of modern dental technology allows for a single tooth, a partial denture or a complete denture to be replaced. This will enable more patients to experience the joy of new self-esteem, the natural result of an attractive smile. The final determination will be made by the surgeon/prosthodontist when the patient has been fully evaluated.


Dental implant treatment by its very nature is a big investment. To be accomplished, it requires a skilled experienced professional who will work with you to develop a highly customized treatment plan. The equipment is technologically sophisticated, the materials are intricate and valuable, and all of this is subject to meticulous sterile detail.

Still, Teeth In An Hour™ can be less costly than more traditional dental implant treatment. This is because it significantly reduces the time commitment for both the patient and the doctor. Most patients who prioritize their smile and opt for dental implant treatment regard the cost as a worthwhile lifetime investment. Unlike the rest of the human body, the virtual "youth" of the mouth can be preserved right up through the age of one hundred. The concept of eating well for all of one's lifetime while sporting a timeless smile spurs many to "bite" from the Fountain of Youth.


Dental implants and the creation of a prosthetic smile can be accomplished with minimal or no discomfort using local anesthesia; however, for patients who suffer from apprehension or anxiety, our board certified anesthesiologists provide gentle assistance, allowing our patients to wake up with a beautiful new smile.

As with all extensive dental treatment, some patients will experience tenderness in the mouth, mild swelling or the appearance of slight facial bruising for several days following the procedure. The use of ice packs and normal dosages of standard pain medication generally allows patients to be quite comfortable through this brief healing period.