Full Arch Implant Supported Teeth In a Day

Sound too good to be true? Well it’s not! Dr. Gregory J. Young has been providing this treatment since 2010.

If you are currently wearing dentures, or suffer from periodontal disease or loose and are missing teeth, we CAN help you!

By placing as few as four precisely positioned implants on either the top and or the bottom, we can restore your full smile in one day.


How does it work?

We are able to do this amazing procedure because of a phenomenon called cross-arch stabilization. This is achieved by strategically placing a minimum of four implants around the arch. Subsequently we then connect the teeth to implants either with a clip on attachment or directly screwed in–this ridged attachment creates stabilization.

Types of Prosthetics

There are two types of prosthetics: removable, that snaps onto the implants, and non-removable that screws directly into the implant.   

Getting Started

The process starts with an initial consultation. During this appointment, we will take an X-ray and perform a clinical exam. Together, we will develop a plan to help you achieve a youthful, healthy smile.

Will it hurt?

The short answer is no. In addition to local anesthetics, we have Nitrous Oxide and conscious sedation available. This allows us to do the procedure PAIN FREE. Post-operative pain is generally minimal to moderate and is controlled with prescription medication.


Because you’ll look better and have a healthier jawbone and mouth, you’ll feel better both physically and mentally. Your new smile will allow you to feel more confident in your appearance, while also helping you maintain your overall health.

Provide A Better Quality of Life

Once you get replacement teeth, you’ll be more comfortable, confident, and have an overall better quality of life. With teeth, speaking is easier, smiling is a joy, and eating is no problem.


Our financial coordinator will thoroughly discuss any insurance benefits, both medical and dental. Additionally, we offer financing through third party lenders.There are two types of prosthetics: removable, that snaps onto the implants, and non-removable that screws directly into the implant.

Non-Removable Screw-In Prosthesis

Removable Snap-In Prosthesis

Removable prosthesis you can remove yourself to clean. The difference between the two are of course cost and maintenance changing out liners for a tighter fit when the liners wear out.