If you’re considering having one or multiple dental implants placed, you should have confidence in who is doing them. Like anything in our practice, we are only going to perform a procedure for you if we believe that the outcome will be the best that it possibly can be. If we don’t think that we can achieve the best outcome for you, we will get you to someone who can.
However, with recent technological advancements, dental implants have become incredibly predictable. In our office, we use both 3D CBCT technology and 3D impressions to create a 3D printed, custom fit surgical appliance for you. The 3D technology allows us to plan the exact angle and position that we want the implant to be on a computer first. Once we have the most ideal position for healing, longevity and chewing, we created a 3D printed surgical guide which allows us to place the implant exactly where we planned for it to go. This eliminates the “guess work” and makes the process go faster, allowing our patients to have a shorter, more predictable visit when their implant is placed. This means less time in the dental chair for you.
Using this technology allows us to do most of our implants in our office which is an added convenience for our patients. If you think that you may need a dental implant or if you have any questions about the process, please contact us for a complimentary implant consultation. This can be done in person or virtually.