Teeth Tomorrow - McKinney, TX

teeth tomorrow McKinney, TX

The Dallas Metro Area’s Sole Provider of Teeth Tomorrow®

Dental Implants replace missing teeth without compromising any others
Teeth Tomorrow Before and after McKinney, TX

It's amazing what can be accomplished in Just Days...

When it comes to replacing failing or missing teeth, dental implants are considered the modern and most ideal solution. Dental implants are placed within the jaw bone for a secure and natural fit that improves functionality, appearance and oral health. Without replacing missing teeth, the jaw bone can deteriorate and surrounding teeth can shift, altering your bite, appearance and oral health in a negative way.

At McKinney Dentist, we provide full service dental implant procedures and are able to both place and restore dental implants in-office for your convenience and peace of mind. Our team of doctors has over 70 years of combined dental experience, including a board-certified anesthesiologist for dental implant procedures. We have also expanded our practice to create a full surgical suite dedicated to state-of-the-art treatment.

Our Team is Dedicated to Quality Care

  • 99% of bite function restored so eating, talking, and comfort are realized each day
  • beautiful aesthetic result that looks and feels just like natural teeth
  • Shorter treatment times and fewer visits
  • Easier day-to-day maintenance due to the fact that this is a “fixed” prosthetic vs. “removable”
  • A much lower cost of treatment because we can stabilize all of the teeth by using 5 to 6 dental implants at no additional cost. We do this to “over-engineer” our Teeth Tomorrow cases for the most predictable results!
  • Teeth Tomorrow stabilized my smile

How Teeth Tomorrow Works

Teeth Tomorrow provides patients with brand new teeth by utilizing a permanent, titanium-reinforced bridge that can be secured to five to six dental implants. This allows us the flexibility to strategically place the implants in the areas in which the bone is most dense, reducing our need for bone grafting and other supporting treatments. Please keep in mind that although this interview of Teeth Tomorrow shown below showcases this treatment in its most simplistic version, this procedure is anything but simple…

6 critical Elements To Success

There are six critical elements of completing a treatment like Teeth Tomorrow that you should understand before choosing a dentist. These critical elements can make a huge difference in the final outcome as well as your overall dental implant experience. Remember, all dental implants and dental implant processes are not created equal, so be sure to ask specific questions in regards to these elements and you will be well on your way to an amazing new smile!

There are two fundamental sets of materials that this treatment is comprised of… The dental implants themselves, and the restoration (teeth). Simply put, there are cheap, poorly made implants, and quality, well-made implants designed to last for a lifetime. We use Teeth Tomorrow for our patients since it has been scientifically proven and time-tested to withstand the day-to-day load of the force of your bite as well as its ability to quickly integrate with the bone shortly after being placed. We only use top quality American-manufactured implant systems with proven reliability. With a procedure of this magnitude we insist on using a quality implant system that will do its job and last a lifetime.As far as the restoration, there are many different labs and materials that can be used. Some look great, and some look terrible and cheap. Our main concern is the function and aesthetics that the restoration will provide to you. The best material that we have found in our years of doing this is the Prettau Implant Bridge. We consider this the optimal tooth replacement method on the market today. This prosthetic is made of Zirconia, a material that is completely biocompatible with the body, and more durable than any other dental substance and is naturally tooth colored. The result is a permanent tooth replacement system that looks completely natural, matches the function of natural teeth and requires no special care beyond daily brushing and upkeep using Waterpik, a water dental flosser.

Given the fact that this treatment essentially loads a full set of teeth on 5 to 11 dental implants, you can imagine the importance of the implants being placed and restored at the exact and precise angle needed to withstand the forces and hold up for the long term.

Prior to the emergence of Digital Guided Surgery, dentists and dental specialists would use freehand techniques to determine the depth / density of the bone, and the correct angulation of the teeth. Now we can determine all of that and more instantly with a CBCT scan and the fully guided system that we use to complete these cases. We utilize the most advanced, leading-edge 3D technology to allow for precise implant placements. This technology eliminates the need for blind drilling, lengthy denture conversions, and needless uncertainty. The most important aspect of this treatment to us is the fact that it will give you a predictable outcome each and every time. That is why we remove the guesswork from this surgery by utilizing digital technology to assist in the delivery. The calculations are exact, and results consistent.

 

One of our primary concerns for all of our patients revolves around creating a comfortable, and relaxing experience throughout the duration of your treatment. It is for that reason that we offer IV sedation to all of our patients moving forward with this procedure and refine our process to reduce your visits to the office to the bare minimum. We retain an anesthesiologist to conduct and monitor all patients while under IV sedation and we can typically combine the extractions of any remaining teeth and the placement of the implants on the first day, followed by the loading of the provisional teeth all on the next visit! That is one of the huge benefits of choosing an all-under-one-roof type facility like ours. Fewer visits, less cost, less stress.

There are many questions that surround the topic and the questions of “how much is it?” And rightfully so… This is a lifetime purchase and something that is extremely important. The problem is that in many cases people aren’t comparing “apples to apples” and dental practices may not give a full picture of what the bottom line cost will be when it’s all said and done. If you want this to last a lifetime, you need quality materials and an experienced clinician. At our practice you are going to be somewhere in the ballpark of $33 – $50k per arch of teeth, depending on the specific circumstances. That includes the sedation, and the maintenance, and the warranty, and the implants, and the temporary denture, and the final bridge… Everything. What most places don’t tell you is that financing for this procedure can be done relatively easy and there are some options that don’t even require a credit check.

There are also ways to scale into this treatment and complete it in two phases to make it more affordable. We have many patients that will opt to extract the teeth, place the implants, and leave with the high-end provisional for the first phase of the treatment.

Phase 1 ballpark estimate would be $17-25K. This provisional can be worn for 12 – 18 months, allowing you to pay down the balance before moving forward with the final prosthesis. We can usually find a solution to make this treatment affordable, no matter what budget or situation we are confronted with, we even have options to utilize two to four implants and secure a denture when the Teeth Tomorrow procedure is out of reach.

When moving forward with any health-related treatment of this magnitude it is important to ask questions around each clinician’s experience level pertaining to this treatment. How many implants have they placed? How many full arches have they completed? Are they responsible for the entire case or only a portion? Dr. Lynch has placed thousands of implants during his decades in practice. Being so experienced with Teeth Tomorrow, Dr. Lynch has become a trainer of other Teeth Tomorrow doctors on both the surgical and restorative portion of the treatment. We have an entire team dedicated to specifically taking care of full arch / Teeth Tomorrow patients.

Would you spend $30k on a car without a warranty? What happens if you do everything you are supposed to do and three years later the implants are failing? The vast majority of dental practices do not offer any type of guarantee, but we do. We offer a 5-year warranty on all of our full arch cases that states that if anything goes wrong after treatment we will fix it for free!

Teeth Tomorrow

  • 5 to 6 implants & abutments
  • High quality provisional delivered within 24 hours
  • Any extractions or bone grafting
  • IV sedation
  • X-ray & consultation
  • Get your new teeth next day
  • Follow-up visits included free
  • 5-year warranty
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dental implants McKinney, TX

Other Implant Centers

  • No guarantee
  • Only one option available
  • Everyone fits in the same model
  • Many centers use premade teeth
  • Teeth made of acrylic which stains & cracks
  • Most options use only four implants
  • Many centers use lower-cost foreign implants
  • Treat volumes of people quickly
  • Multiple complaints from dissatisfied patients

What to expect

Complimentary Consultation

The first step in every Teeth Tomorrow procedure is a complimentary consultation where you will meet with our doctors and staff to discuss your personal needs and desires. They will discuss the entire process including our permanent bridge options, financing opportunities and determine the right course of treatment just for you. We’ll also review your medical history and discuss anesthesia and sedation options to ensure your comfort and peace of mind.
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Complimentary Consultation

The first step in every Teeth Tomorrow procedure is a complimentary consultation where you will meet with our doctors and staff to discuss your personal needs and desires. They will discuss the entire process including our permanent bridge options, financing opportunities and determine the right course of treatment just for you. We’ll also review your medical history and discuss anesthesia and sedation options to ensure your comfort and peace of mind.

Planning Your New Teeth Tomorrow Smile

After you make the decision to undergo the Teeth Tomorrow process to replace your failing and missing teeth, we use leading-edge 3D technology and take a CT scan of your jaws and face to ensure we correctly design and fit the implants and bridgework to your jaws and face.
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Planning Your New Teeth Tomorrow Smile

After you make the decision to undergo the Teeth Tomorrow process to replace your failing and missing teeth, we use leading-edge 3D technology and take a CT scan of your jaws and face to ensure we correctly design and fit the implants and bridgework to your jaws and face.

Planning the Aesthetics of Your Smile

A complete series of photographs will be taken of your face, teeth and smile. To help you imagine what you’ll look like with your new teeth, you’ll have the opportunity to see before and after images of actual patients we’ve treated. You’ll meet with our experienced cosmetic team to discuss smile design, tooth shape, size and color so your final restoration will feel like real teeth and your smile will look great.
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Planning the Aesthetics of Your Smile

A complete series of photographs will be taken of your face, teeth and smile. To help you imagine what you’ll look like with your new teeth, you’ll have the opportunity to see before and after images of actual patients we’ve treated. You’ll meet with our experienced cosmetic team to discuss smile design, tooth shape, size and color so your final restoration will feel like real teeth and your smile will look great.

Placing Your Dental Implants

You’ve made it this far, now it’s time to start placing your implants. Your implant surgery will be performed under IV sedation by Dr. Jeff Lynch, a dental implant surgeon who is trained and experienced in full arch implant surgery and prosthetics.

Your comfort is our number one priority and our team will make sure you’re totally relaxed and comfortable through the entire process. The entire procedure will be performed in a private surgical suite under strict sterile protocols. We use only top-quality American-made BioHorizons® implants with matching BioHorizons implant parts.
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Placing Your Dental Implants

You’ve made it this far, now it’s time to start placing your implants. Your implant surgery will be performed under IV sedation by Dr. Jeff Lynch, a dental implant surgeon who is trained and experienced in full arch implant surgery and prosthetics.

Your comfort is our number one priority and our team will make sure you’re totally relaxed and comfortable through the entire process. The entire procedure will be performed in a private surgical suite under strict sterile protocols. We use only top-quality American-made BioHorizons® implants with matching BioHorizons implant parts.

The Healing Process for Your New Smile

The healing process usually takes 4-6 months. Our last steps are to get final impressions of the healed tissue and to fabricate and attach the final bridge like this!
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The Healing Process for Your New Smile

The healing process usually takes 4-6 months. Our last steps are to get final impressions of the healed tissue and to fabricate and attach the final bridge like this!

All your Teeth Tomorrow appointments are usually in the same dental office.

The Teeth Tomorrow process virtually eliminates the need for bone grafting in most patients, however, it may be required for patients with extreme bone loss in their jaws.

We have demonstrated a 99+ percent success rate using 6 implants for upper bridges and 5 implants for lower bridges. While this protocol is proven optimal for our full arch Prettau® Zirconia bridges, your Teeth Tomorrow advanced implant dentist will determine the precise number of implants your specific case requires.

Overnight. With Teeth Tomorrow your extractions are performed and implants are placed on the first day, and you get a chance to heal overnight. The following day, your customized, lab-produced temporary bridge is attached to your implants, and you leave with a beautiful smile. This unique next-day protocol has proven clinical advantages for successful treatment.

Yes. The bridge you receive the day after your implants are placed is called a provisional. It is created by a dental lab and is much more refined than those produced in a dental office. You also are free to go home and rest immediately after implant placement, so you don’t need to wait in the dental office while your bridge is being produced.

You’ll wear your Teeth Tomorrow provisional bridge for 3 to 6 months while your implants stabilize and you become perfectly accustomed to a full arch of teeth and gums.

We Understand That Changing Your Life Is A Big Decision.

You’ve been thinking about this for a while, and while you’re tired of living with the suffering, inconvenience, and embarrassment that comes from your missing and failing teeth, you need to know you’re making the right choice. Let’s face it, there are a lot of options out there, and some may sound pretty good.
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Why Choose Dr. Jeff Lynch

Most of my focus has been in the area of dental implants and tissue augmentation and regeneration. These procedures allow me to help patients regain lost teeth, gum tissue, and bone that they’ve lost due to dental disease or trauma.

I’ve replaced thousands of lost teeth with these implants allowing people to chew and smile with confidence. But nothing compares to the life-changing results I help people achieve with the Teeth Tomorrow protocol. Being able to end a patient’s lifetime of dental problems, literally overnight, is an amazing feeling. My team and I really bond with these people as we see them change. Being able to give patients new confidence and self-esteem is something few dentists ever get the chance to experience. And we have the opportunity every week!

Take the first step in your journey to a functioning and healthy smile!

McKinney Dentist staff with Teeth Tomorrow patient McKinney, TX