Same day teeth

Teeth in a day is a process where patients can have implants placed and fully functioning teeth attached in the space of one day. At Portman Dental & Implant Clinic we use a system called All on 4™ for this treatment.

Traditional implant procedures require between three and six months between placing an implant and restoring with the final replacement teeth. This ensures that following placement, the area completely heals and the implant bonds with the jaw, before it bears any load from the permanent replacement teeth. During this time, temporary restorations are often provided to ensure you are not left with any gaps.

With the latest technological advances, it is now possible to place an implant and restore with the final replacement crown, bridge or dentures immediately, ensuring you can walk out of the clinic with your new smile in one day.

As the name suggests, with All on 4™ you can also benefits from having fewer implants placed to hold a full set of dentures. All on 4™ treatment uses just 4 implants (two angled implants at the back of the mouth and two straight implants in the front) to support a fixed and immediately loaded full-arch of teeth (denture).

The treatment is simple, fast and there is no need to wear a temporary denture.

Discover more about what an implant is an how it works here.

What are the benefits of all on 4™

  • Implants are placed accurately using computer aided guided surgery and ct scans
  • All on 4™ is scientifically proven and documented
  • Immediately loaded for a time saving and efficient treatment
  • Four implant for a full arch restoration
  • Denture solutions can be fixed or removable
  • Will reduce the need for bone grafting

The same day teeth procedure


  • Your Portman Dental & Implant Clinic dentist will take an X-ray and impression of your jaw, to produce an exact copy as a study model
  • A removable denture will then be constructed for the intended teeth and will be transformed into a template for the CT scanning
  • If required, a CT scan may be taken to help visualise and diagnose the jaws 3 dimensionally, to ensure there is enough bone to place the dental implants – This will also establish where your nerves and sinuses are.
  • If there is not enough bone, or the nerves or sinuses are obstructing the implant placement, it may be necessary to have additional treatment prior to dental implants being placed. Find out more.

Implant Placement

  • Your Portman Dental & Implant Clinic dentist will take an X-ray and impression of your jaw, to produce an exact copy as a study model
  • A removable denture will then be constructed for the intended teeth and will be transformed into a template for the CT scanning


  • With Same day teeth, or All on 4 treatment, the permanent denture may be fitted on the same day as the implants are placed.
  • The final solution can include both removable and fixed prostheses

To discover how All on 4™ could change your smile, contact Portman Dental & Implant Clinic on 0114 272 2726.

Other implant options

Multiple dental implants

Other implant options

Implant secured dentures

All on 4™ costs

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Frequently asked questions



Does it matter if I have missing teeth?

A natural smile and a healthy mouth are important for your confidence, but it is important to replace missing teeth for health reasons as well.

Some of the health reasons to replace missing teeth are:

  1. If you have missing teeth, the way your jaw opens and closes can be affected. This can result in a condition called TMJ dysfunction (or TMD), which is extremely painful and requires surgery in extreme cases.
  2. Gaps between the teeth can allow the movement of other teeth into these spaces. These surrounding teeth become increasingly susceptible to decay and gum disease, which can result in them being lost as well.
  3. Once teeth have gone, it results in bone loss. This not only shortens your face and ages it, but can cause other teeth to become loose which are then at risk of falling out. Your features droop and can appear prematurely aged.


What is a dental implant?

When a tooth falls out, the root which normally holds it in place is lost as well. This means there is then nothing to hold a replacement tooth in place. A dental implant solves this problem by using a titanium fixture to replicate the function of the tooth’s natural root.

The implant is placed into the jaw where it fuses with the bone. Like your natural root, it then provides a foundation. This provides a secure point onto which a crown can be placed, replacing the missing tooth.



How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants have been used for over 30 years to replace missing teeth. As with natural teeth, they can be damaged by trauma and affected by gum disease and poor oral hygiene. However, if they are looked after like normal teeth, they can last a lifetime.



Is a dental implant right for me?

Most healthy people, who regularly brush their teeth and visit the dentist, are suitable for implants. Dental implants can be a great solution for people of any age.

While implants are suitable for most people, there are circumstances where implants may not be suitable. It’s important that you speak to your Portman dentist if you’re concerned about any of the below.

  1. Heavy smoking, which slows down and hinders the healing process.
  2. Excessive alcohol intake, which can disrupt healing of the gums.
  3. Those with a weak bones, as the implant needs to fuse with the bone in the jaw.
  4. Severe gum disease. Tooth decay and/or gum disease needs to be treated before proceeding with a dental implant. Gum disease is a major cause of bone loss, which would hinder the success of any implant procedure.
  5. People with compromised immune systems.
  6. People who suffer from teeth grinding (bruxism).


What is Immediate Loading?

Immediate Loading is when a dental implant and crown are fitted at the same time. This is as opposed to a Delayed Loading implant, which is a two-stage process, separated by a period of up to six months.

The main advantage of Immediate Loading is convenience. The procedure can be done in the same day, which is why it’s sometimes known as ‘the same day smile’.

Other advantages are that it’s a quicker procedure, there’s no need to wait for the bone and implant to fuse, and you don’t need to wear a temporary bridge or dentures.

However, the main disadvantage with Immediate Loading is that there’s an increased risk of loss of the implant, due to a failure of the bone to fuse sufficiently to the implant.

Your Portman dentist will advise you on which technique will be the most beneficial for you.



What is Delayed Loading?

Delayed Loading is a two-stage process in which the implant is inserted, followed by a period of healing before the replacement teeth are fitted.

The benefits of this procedure are that there is less risk of implant failure, fewer implants are required, and the fusion between implant and jaw will have taken place, providing a firm base for your replacement teeth.

The main disadvantage to this procedure is the time you have to wait while the bone fuses. Speak to your Portman dentist about which procedure is the best for you.
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