What is Esthetic Implant Dentistry?
Patients suffering from missing teeth, or those who are about to lose a tooth can benefit greatly from our innovative Minimally Invasive Immediate Implant Procedures. Often times our unique technique allows the patients to leave our office with a temporary tooth or teeth, which are esthetic and comfortable to wear. If you are looking for a more beautiful smile and a happier life, schedule your appointment today.
About Immediate Dental Implants
Ability to place the dental implants immediately following the teeth removal requires experience and special skills from the operating surgeon. Our doctors are highly trained in this technique to provide this service to our patients to minimize treatment time and the number of surgeries.
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Immediate Temporary Teeth (Teeth In An Hour)
If you are about to lose your front tooth, did you know we can remove the tooth, place the implant and fit you with a comfortable and beautiful temporary tooth all in one hour? While this means that you will still need to have the permanent tooth made by your general dentist several months later, you do not need to worry about another surgery, or be seen in public with a missing front tooth while undergoing treatment.
Healing Phase (implant)
The length of time varies from person to person depending upon the quality and quantity of bone. The surgeon will advise you on follow-up care and timing. Follow-up cares (one or two) are usually needed to ensure that your mouth is healing well. In simple cases, 3 to 4 months of healing is required before your dentist can place the crown on the implant post. Sometimes it is necessary to undergo a minor gum surgery to expose the implant post (implant uncovering procedure) after 3-4 months of healing to place a healing cap. If this is the case, it will require additional 2-3 weeks before your dentist can place the crown.
All-on-4 Implant Treatment
This technique utilizes using as few as 4 dental implants without the need for bone grafting to rehabilitate a full set of teeth for each jaw. If you are currently wearing a denture, or have been told that you will need extensive bone grafting for the implants, you may be a candidate for this procedure to minimize treatment time and cost.
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For your comfort and convenience, we offer a full range of sedation choices including oral sedatives, nitrous oxide (laughing gas), intravenous sedation and general anesthesia.
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