Dental Implants in CT Are Highly Successful and Beautiful
Are you considering dental implants in Connecticut? Look for a dentist who has a high level of experience and skill which are required to cosmetically place the implants in your jaw while you are under dental sedation, blissfully sleeping through the oral surgery being meticulously performed for you. Proper implant selection, size and position are crucial to an optimal cosmetic result. Too often, implants are positioned in places which makes their cosmetic reconstruction with crowns difficult or impossible for the cosmetic dentist to optimally restore with beautiful crowns. Experience and advanced training in both oral surgery and cosmetic dentistry are crucial.
Secondly, if you require tooth extractions before the surgical placement of your implants, be certain your dentist is highly skilled at oral surgery and cosmetic dentistry. He must fully understand the vital skills and types of dental bone grafting and bone preservation (often referred to as socket preservation) during the oral surgery phase of your treatment. Also crucial is experience with the nuances of dental materials, color and tooth positioning to achieve the perfect smile or bite you desire.
There are special conservative tooth removal techniques with which the doctor performing the oral surgery must be highly skilled, in order to preserve as much jawbone after the tooth extractions as possible. Ideally the dentist performing the oral surgery should also be the same dentist who will restoring the teeth with either implant crowns or a denture that connects to the implants (over denture).
Having an implant surgically placed can be performed with simply a local anesthetic (novocaine). Much more “emotionally comfortable” would be to enjoy the many benefits of sedation dentistry. A highly skilled sedation dentist can perform this procedure for you and you will have little or no memory of the experience.
We have found our patients very much appreciate that we offer the option of dental sedation during oral and maxillofacial surgery.
After Oral Surgery-The Next Step
Your skilled cosmetic dentist will begin the process of making the necessary impressions for your new implant supported crowns. Each patient’s dental conditions are unique and this is where clinical experience and extensive specialized cosmetic training comes into play.
Soon, your smile will be as beautiful and the ones above and you’ll enjoy the benefits of quality implant oral surgery and implant cosmetic dentistry.
Dr. Peltzer has completed a Fellowship in Dental Anesthesiology and is a member of the American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists (ASDA) and the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology (ADSA).