Are You Struggling with Any of This?
If so, dental implants may be your best option.
- Failing Teeth
- Mouth Pain
- Bad Breath
- Loss of Teeth
- Loss of Confidence
- Loss of Enjoyment with Food & Drink
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Complete Dental Collapse?
- Emotionally & Physically Challenging
- Like Losing an Arm or a Leg
- Can Result in Depression
Is “Teeth-In-A-Day” Right For You?
Up until recently the only solution available were traditional dentures, but the hassle with dentures are quite apparent. Are you experiencing pain, discomfort, or general hassle with your current solution? If so, our “Teeth In A Day” solution is definitely worth considering.
Hybrids: Your Solution to Total Tooth Loss
A complete set of beautiful teeth can be immediately fixed to dental implants that have been securely anchored in the upper and lower jaw. This procedure provides a permanent, functional dental restoration with unsurpassed aesthetics resulting in a dramatic quality-of-life improvement. Who knows, with improved self-confidence and self-esteem sexual intimacy may also improve.
Hybrid Restorations Provide:
- Fantastic Chewing Function
- Fully Taste Food
- Eliminate Denture Gagging
Meet Some of the Team
Jessica Bishop is a Registered Nurse. She graduated from Whitworth University/WSU Intercollegiate College of Nursing in 2006 with her bachelors of science in nursing. She has worked in oral and maxillofacial surgery since 2008. She is certified in ACLS, PALS, AAMOS and is a CPR instructor. Jessica enjoys traveling and has a heart for medical missions. She has served on medical missions teams to Peru, Guatemala and South Africa. She and her husband enjoy travel, outdoor recreational activities and spending time with family.
Shelby holds a degree in dental assisting, as well as multiple certifications in Dental anesthesia assisting, advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support, basic life support. As well as a CPR certified instructor. Shelby enjoys spending time with her two children watching their multiple sporting events. Having grown up in the Spokane Valley Shelby takes pride in contributing to our cities great way of life and the community she serves and loves.
Kelly has worked for Dr. McLelland as a surgical assistant since 2004. She is certified in AAOMS, ACLS, PALS, & BLS. She is also a certified instructor in CPR/BLS for healthcare providers. She graduated from Shadle Park High School in 2001, attended SFCC from 2001-2003, and then became a registered dental assistant through Apollo College in 2004. In her spare time, Kelly loves spending time with her family and friends and traveling whenever possible.
Jennifer brings with her a background in bookkeeping and accounts payable, she feels very blessed to be working with Dr. McLelland and his wonderful team. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids, they enjoy the outdoors and going on family vacations.
Meet Dr McLelland
Dr. Bryan McLelland
Dr. McLelland grew up in Alberta, Canada and completed his dental school training at the University of Alberta. After a one year General Practice Residency, Dr. McLelland completed his Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training at Cook County Hospital in Chicago.
Dr. McLelland met his wife Krista in Chicago, Illinois while she was a Pediatric ICU nurse. The McLelland’s have three girls, Kate, Addison and Ava. Kate and Addison are avid soccer players and enjoy Volleyball and school sports. Boating, hiking and travelling are a few of the many activities they enjoy.
Dr. McLelland believes everyone should be treated with the utmost respect and kindness and looks forward to treating patients like his own family members.
” Our goal is to help you find a way to take your oral and overall health to the next level…the level you deserve.”
Frequently Asked Questions:
We do everything in our power ensure your comfort. Depending on the procedure, you can choose between local anesthesia or IV sedation. Many of our patients opt for IV sedation so they don’t feel anything during the procedure. Post operatively many of our patients say they were surprised to have experienced so little pain.
Most people can safely receive dental implants at any stage. Whether you’re missing a single tooth, many teeth, or even all your teeth, dental implants may be your best option. Rest assured, our doctors have plenty of experience treating patients with complex cases that have sometimes even been turned away by others. The best way to find out if you’re a candidate is to claim your free consultation!
Absolutely! Most of our patients come in the morning and leave that same day with a brand new smile. Here’s a a brief summary of the procedure: Your doctors will sedate you, perform the implant procedure and then you simply rest in our recovery room and wait for the anesthesia to fully wear off. The teeth you leave with are temporary but allow you to eat and enjoy your everyday life again. Six months later, we bring you back in an replace your temporary teeth with your new, permanent, beautiful smile!
This can differ from patient to patient. Many patients express that they don’t experience discomfort beyond swelling and find they don’t need any pain medication after the procedure. As for normal eating, you will be on a soft food diet for a few weeks to allow your implants to heal. After that, you’ll be able to enjoy all your favorites again!
We’ve mentioned that your new teeth will look and feel like natural teeth, but they’ll also absolutely function like healthy, strong teeth. You’ll be able to bite into all your favorite foods again with confidence. No more fearing the dreaded apple!
Moving forward with dental implants is a big decision, and it’s always a good idea to do your research. You obviously want to make sure you’re getting the highest quality possible for your money. We stand out in a couple very important ways: We only use the highest quality materials, and our doctors are specialized in dental implants.
When I lost all my teeth, my husband said he still loved me, but I didn't feel as attractive. The implant procedure was really a piece of cake...I can eat an apple now! I couldn't even do that with my own teeth!Kathleen BuckPatient
I wouldn't be able to chew properly if I didn't have this done. Also, I just started eating food with spices again 6 months ago. That's been really different! It's really nice that I'm able to taste my food now.Melanie FoxPatient
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