New technologies like 3D digital imaging allow dentists to get much more detailed information on their patients to help them accurately plan and treat them.
This type of diagnostic planning takes a lot of the risk out of doing techniques like implants, extractions and root canals. It allows the dentist to virtually see all the structures in your jaw before anything is planned or done.
New technology makes replacing multiple or single teeth with dental implants more predictable, faster and more affordable, with much less healing time. It also allows us to design the smile you have always wanted before any surgery is done. You can see in advance what is possible assuring the results are to your satisfaction.
Today’s modern technology allows most patients to replace teeth with dental implants quickly and painlessly. In some cases the transition from missing teeth to new permanent teeth can be accomplished in just one day, sometimes in just one hour. These new procedures have considerably shorter recovery times. Patients are often able to eat and smile soon after completing the procedure with very little interruption to their normal lives.
Traditional permanent dental implant procedures may require up to a year to complete, and often involve numerous visits to your dentist or treatment coordinator. These newer procedures are not only faster and less invasive, they often lead to more affordable options for you, giving you the opportunity to have a natural, secure and lifelong smile again.