• Full Mouth teeth on implantsĀ in 24 hours.
  • Guided implant surgery from start to finish.
  • Full mouth dental implant restoration in just 1 day.
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What prescription medications will I be expected to take?

Antibiotics: Amoxicillin (Amoxil, Trimoxil) 500 mg (1 tablet three times a day, from two days prior to the surgery until completion)

  • If patient is allergic to penicillin (anaphylactic reaction: itching, hives, respiratory distress, angiodema), Clindamycin 300mg (Cleocin) 17 tablets (1 tablet three times a day, from two days prior to the surgery until completion)

Anti-inflammatory: Decadron (Dexamethasone) 4.0 mg- 4 tablets

  • Contraindicated for diabetic patients
  • 2 tablets on the morning of surgical procedure
  • 1 tablet on the second morning
  • 1 tablet on the third morning

Prescription for diabetic patients:

  • Motrin (Ibuprofen) 600 mg 10 tablets (1 tablet an hour prior to surgery and 1 tablet thrice a day that is once in every 8 hours until gone)

Peridex (Chlorhexdine Gluconate) 16 ounce bottle-rinse with capful for 30 seconds two times a day, a week before surgery and resume for a week after surgery

How long will the surgery take?

The entire procedure usually takes about 1.5-2 hours for each arch.

I am a diabetic. How will this affect the procedure?

If you are a diabetic, ensure that your A1C level is under 8.0 prior to the surgery. You can refer to the link below for further information on the subject


Will my smoking habits affect the surgical results?

You will have to stop smoking in the weeks that lead up to the surgery. Smoking can have a negative impact on your dental implants, and is also responsible for many oral conditions such as bone loss, tooth loss, tissue loss, periodontal disease, implant failure and peri-implantitis. The nicotine in cigarettes also affects the mouth blood circulation, and pipe smoking is even more detrimental to your oral health as the jaws are subjected to high temperatures. Our doctor can prescribe you a smoking cessation aid to help you with it if needed.

Will there be any pain or discomfort post-op?

You may experience little pain and soreness in the surgical area, irrespective of the tooth extractions involved. The soreness, pain and other post-op discomfort should reduce over the next three days. You should be able to resume your regular lifestyle with moderate activity about a day after the surgery.