Are you considering dental implants to replace missing teeth? Experienced dentists at Stamford Dental Medicine can help you evaluate your options, provide guidance and create a personalized plan that can work for you.
Dental Implants: The Basics
Since the original design concept by Dr. Branemark in Sweden over 35 years ago, continued advances in material science, design and clinical use have produced a vastly expanded array of specialized dental implants which are safe, proven in use, and a biocompatible way to replace missing teeth or those compromised by periodontal disease. Implants can serve as supports to individual dental units or as abutments to support dental bridges. Dental implants may also be used to anchor denture frameworks for those occasional cases in which virtually every tooth in the dental arch is being replaced.
At Stamford Dental Medicine in Stamford, CT., we work in close collaboration with board-certified oral surgeons to provide individualized and uncompromising care to patients who appreciate careful analysis and detail-driven case management. Our patients appreciate the pre-treatment consultation time reserved to address their questions and concerns and the opportunity to review, in detail, their treatment plan which contains a comprehensive evaluation and assessment of each patient’s case requirements and treatment options.
Implant Dentistry: Changing with the Times
Each implant case represents a special application of material science, bio-engineering, and careful selection of implant devices. Over the thirty years during which we have been in practice, we have kept current in knowledge and skills with developments in implant dentistry and can explain how each aspect of the materials and techniques have been improved for the benefit of patient comfort and natural-looking results. These ongoing developments include advanced surgical techniques which help to ensure healthy bone growth in and around the dental implant to provide structural integrity and stability, as well as, optimal selection and placement of implants. By combining prudent surgical procedures with well-selected and placed implant systems, we can provide the patient with greater assurance of stability and longevity of retention and function of supported prosthetic restorative systems.
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