What Is The Latest Technology in Implant Dentistry?
A good set of teeth makes all the difference, not just for the purpose of smiling, but it also has a huge impact on self-esteem and overall confidence. Having broken, missing or unsightly looking teeth makes it hard for people to express themselves effectively and clearly.
As more and more people are realizing the importance of dental health and its impact on their lives, whether at a personal or professional level, an increasing number of people are also deciding to get dentures, dental implants, braces and other dental appliances.
With this in mind, it is not surprising to know that according to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the dental implant and prosthetic business in the United States is projected to reach a lucrative estimate of $6.4 billion by the end of 2019.
Implant dentistry has seen the advent of altered implant surfaces, CBCT scans, growth factors, guided bone regeneration, membrane development, immediate loading, and routine use of computers and the Internet to create customised 3D imaging and manufacturing. All these technologies have led to substantial advancements in the way dental services are delivered and performed.
3D Imaging and Treatment Planning
State-of-the-art, highly precise 3D digital imaging and implant surgical planning software have made implant procedures faster and highly predictable. Your dentist can use these tools to analyze the anatomy of your jaw and determine the best sites for implant placement before surgery. This saves time and money, and shortens recovery time.
Types of Dental Implant
At our custom-built dedicated implant centre in Indianapolis we have the latest technology to supply out patients with the best in implant dentistry.
There is a number of different implant options available including:
#1 Single Implant—replaces a single missing tooth using a titanium implant with an artificial tooth attached to the abutment.
#2 Multiple Implant—this procedure requires usually up to 3 implants inserted at different implant sites around the jawbone.
#3 Implant Retained—Implant retained dentures are a cost-effective way of replacing many missing teeth. Implants are inserted at a number of points around the jaw, which then hold dentures in place. This provides an improved alternative from traditional removable dentures.
#4 Teeth In A Day—This revolutionary All-on-4 dental implant technique allows patients to attend the surgery in the morning and leave with a fully fixed temporary set of teeth in the afternoon! This procedure is used to restore an entire arch (jaw) of teeth and to enable the temporary restoration to be fitted to the implants on the very same day
In all surgical dentistry treatments, such as dental implants, you will need to have a consultation with the dentist to determine the best option for your particular circumstance contact us today for more information.
Find Out If You’re A Good Candidate For Dental Implants
To find out if you’re a good candidate for dental implants and our AO4+ Smile Solution treatment, Call Indianapolis Oral Surgery today to schedule an appointment. We’re more than happy to walk you through the treatment options we have available to find one that is just right for you. We’ll also make sure to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have. We aren’t pleased unless you’re completely satisfied!
Call our Indianapolis, IN dental office at (317) 790-2555 for your Complete Dental Implants Consultation with Dr. Falender. You can also contact us online to request an appointment. We look forward to seeing you!
We look forward to providing families with exceptional care and advanced treatment options. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Falender contact our Indianapolis, IN, dental office today by calling (317) 790-2555. Our office at 1320 N. Post Rd Indianapolis, IN 46219 patients in and around Indianapolis, IN, including Fishers, Lawrence, Greenfield, and the surrounding Southern Indianapolis communities.
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