Ventura, CA Best Dentist For Same-Day Dental Implants: All-on-4 Technology

Do you want new teeth, but you want them installed quickly, painlessly, and with no one the wiser? The Anacapa Dental Art Institute (805-919-8939) has you covered – and they can do it in a single day, thanks to the latest dental technology.

Imagine this, if you will - you have a time machine, and you need to get new dentures - do you go to the past, present, or future, for your new teeth?

The obvious answer is the future, right? No one would want to go to the past, except out of curiosity - and why get today's technology, when you could have tomorrow's?

That's why I always wonder why anyone would go to a clinic that's not the Anacapa Dental Art Institute because they're the future of dental care.

It's right in the name - it's not a dental practice, it's a Dental Art Institute, but it goes so much further than just the name.

Unlike your corner clinic, the Anacapa Dental team has access to a full in-house dental laboratory, and their experts literally wrote the book on the latest single-day denture procedure for the British Dental Journal. I'll tell you a bit more about that later, but first - let's talk about tech, and how it can make the whole procedure a whole lot easier.

If you'd rather get your details right from the source - or if you want to book an appointment, just pop by their website. It's

Assuming you're still here, I'll tell you about the coolest thing since sliced bread - implanted teeth. Or more specifically, the All-on-4 procedure.

The All-on-4 procedure allows anyone to receive a complete set of implanted dentures in a single day, regardless of whether they need a single dental implant or a full mouth reconstruction. That's not the only benefit though - it also significantly reduces surgical trauma, and when you leave, you'll even have a warranty for your new teeth.

My favorite use of the advanced technology, personally, is when they used it to get rid of impression trays. Do you remember them?

You would bite down on this gross tray thing full of.... "flavored goop," and the dentist would use it to build a 3D model of your teeth.

Well, using their in-house dental lab, the Anacapa team has been able to fully eliminate several of the most uncomfortable parts of the process, including bite indentation trays. Instead, they use what's basically a very tiny "camera-on-a-stick" called an intraoral scanner, and it's totally touchless. They just sort of wave it around a bit, and you're good to go.

The new tech doesn't stop there of course - while getting rid of the indent trays is my favorite, like the coolest new tech is used in the implant procedure.

They use advanced computer-guided surgical techniques to provide you with the same strength and durability for your implants as a traditionally implanted denture, but get this, they use significantly fewer implanted posts. Like, 4 instead of the usual 10.

This can seriously reduce the surgical trauma from the operation, and help you to heal up fast - but the best part is, there's no downside. It's just as strong and stable - and they're so certain of it, they warranty everything.

Just remember that to do things right takes a little bit of planning, so call in advance, and ask about your options. Don't forget to ask about sedation - because the entire process can be totally painless. You could even fall asleep in the chair, and wake up with your new teeth installed.

Don't worry, I'm sure they'll do a perfect job, even if you're sleeping. These are the best experts - and it shows.

In fact, the Anacapa Dental Art Institute's founder, Dr. Saj Jivraj, literally wrote the book on it. It's called "Graftless Planning For The Edentulous Patient," and it's a clinician's guide on how to perform this technique. Dr. Jivraj is also known for teaching the All-on-4 procedure nationally, and internationally.

With the latest technology, the best experts, and a 10-year warranty - I can't imagine why anyone would go anywhere else.

It's just better at the Anacapa Dental Art Institute - see for yourself, visit

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