Restore Your Natural Smile Today With Quick and Convenient Guided Dental Implants Surgery
Do you need a more reliable tooth replacement solution? If you’re tired of dealing with the everyday hassles of tooth loss, ill fitting dentures, or worn down dental bridges, you should consider the dental implants solution. A dental implant is a biocompatible titanium tooth root that is surgically implanted into your jawbone to gently and permanently anchor a replacement crown, bridge, or denture. However, most of the implants that we place do not require an incision to be made at all, because we perform guided implant surgery. This revolutionary procedure affords the exacting and perfected positioning of dental implants, including the placement of permanent teeth, in about an hour. This state-of-the-art dental technology enables us to work from an intricately detailed look at the interior sections of your facial anatomy, including the bone, surrounding tissues, and nerves. At Alexander Dental, new computer generated 3D scanning technology has provided an unprecedented level of comprehensive surgical precision, allowing Dr. Alexander to offer the most accurate dental implants restorations available in all of St. Augustine, FL.
How Does Guided Implant Surgery Work?
Computer guided dental implant surgery represents a giant step forward in the replacement of teeth with implants. Computer guided dental implant surgery provides more predictable restorations with a shortened and simplified treatment process. Using computerized tomography (CT) scanning techniques and 3-D imaging, Dr. Alexander can now accurately visualize the placement of your dental implants in three dimensions. This eliminates the guesswork involved in determining what part of the jawbone will be the best site for your dental implant placement. It also allows Dr. Alexander to create your permanent restoration prior to surgery and place that restoration the same day your new implants are placed. As opposed to traditional dental implants restorations, guided implant placement and final restorations are completed in hours, not months.
What Are The Benefits of Guided Implant Surgery?
- Predictable implant planning
- Comprehensive 3D imaging
- More precise implant placement
- Shortened treatment time with more reliable results
- Immediate temporary restorations
Can Anyone Receive Dental Implants?
If you’re interested in treatment with dental implants, Dr. Alexander will be happy to discuss your treatment options. Generally, you must be in good dental and overall health and have a minimal amount of jawbone density to be an immediate candidate. If your dental implants can’t be placed immediately, Dr. Alexander will be able to offer a variety of other tooth replacement solutions, both temporary and permanent.
Why Choose Dental Implants?
Dental implant restoration is the only dental restoration method which actually preserves healthy bone structure. When you lose a natural tooth, the supporting bone almost immediately begins to reabsorb and deteriorate, causing your other teeth to shift, and altering your facial structures. Dental implants prevent this from happening. They are, by far, the healthiest long term tooth replacement method. They’re also versatile. Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, or an entire arch of teeth with dental implanted supported dentures.
St. Augustine Dental Implants Consultations
If you are interested in learning more about tooth restoration with dental implants, schedule a dental implants consultation appointment with at our conveniently located Saint Augustine dental office today. Dr. Alexander is a highly qualified and experienced dental implants specialist, now proudly offering comprehensive restorative care daily to patients throughout Saint Augustine, Jacksonville, Saint John’s County, and the surrounding communities.