Advanced Technology Supports anAdvanced Patient Experience
The Same Day, Full Mouth Dental Implant process is one of the most advanced treatments in all of dentistry. To make this treatment possible, Advanced Dental Implant Center provides state-of-the-art technology to our board-certified dental implant providers. To make the most accurate diagnosis possible, Advanced Dental Implant Center uses in-house Cat-Scan machines to evaluate the condition of existing bone structure. For the most accurate planning of your implant bridges, Advanced Dental Implant Center uses world-class Zirkonzahn™ Facehunter™ face scanning technology and Zirkonzahn™ Modellier™ digital prosthetic design software. For the most accurately manufactured dental prosthetics, Advanced Dental Implant Center laboratory technicians use top-of-the-line Zirkonzahn™ M4 Milling Machines. To enhance sedation safety, Advanced Dental Implant Center uses hospital-grade sedation monitors and operating room equipment. At Advanced Dental Implant Center, we pair the most advanced dental technology with expert dental providers to deliver the highest level of dental implant care.
At Advanced Dental Implant Center, all of your treatment takes place in one location by a singular team of dedicated providers. One team. One location. One focus. Compare the Advanced Dental Implant Center approach to the dental implant process typically used at most other dental offices. In order to provide dental implant treatment, many dental offices require you to drive all over town and interact with a bunch of random providers. First, your dentist will have you drive to an imaging center to have a Cat-Scan performed. Of course, you usually have to pay for this scan yourself. Next, the dentist often has you drive to a surgeon’s office multiple times for an evaluation and then again for the surgical procedure. After having your surgery at this different office, you are loaded up into a car and shuffled back to your dentist’s office where a temporary laboratory technician “helps” the dentist make you a temporary restoration. Finally, your dentist sends your dental implant restoration away for fabrication in an off-site dental laboratory that is both out of site and out of mind. Which way would you prefer… the efficient and highly managed all-inclusive Advanced Dental Implant Center process or the disjointed way of the traditional dentist?
Most dental offices send their implant restorations to outside laboratories for fabrication and have very little to no control over the manufacturing process. At Advanced Dental Implant Center, each of our offices has in-house laboratory technicians to allow for custom fabrication of your dental implant prosthetics. Advanced Dental Implant Center dental technicians use state-of-the-art Zirkonzahn™ laboratory equipment to design and manufacture your dental implant bridges. This not only enables us to maintain control over the quality of your implant teeth, but also allows us to have them completed and delivered to you much faster. At Advanced Dental Implant Center, we have invested in the best technology possible in order to provide you with the best restorations possible.
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Round Rock and West Austin TX offices are owned by Tom Kennedy, DDS under Affordable Dentures & Implants – Texas, PLLC
Phoenix/Gilbert office is owned by Sibera Troy Brannon, DDS, MICOI, MAAIP under Arizona Dental Affiliates, PLLC
San Diego office is owned by Danny J. Holtzclaw, DDS under Dental Office of Danny J. Holtzclaw, DDS, a Professional Corporation
Advanced Dental Implant Center are part of a professional affiliation of dental implant practices operated by oral surgeons, periodontists, prosthodontists, and restorative dentists. With the specialized techniques used by Advanced Dental Implant Center, such as zygomatic and pterygoid implants, nearly all patients qualify for same day dental implants from a dental perspective. Prospective patients require an initial workup that includes an oral examination, 3D radiographic evaluation, and medical history consultation. Some patients with certain medical histories may not qualify for surgical treatment. “Teeth-in-a-day”, “one day implant teeth”, “same day implant teeth”, etc. refers to the fact that on the day of surgery, patients will have teeth removed (unless all teeth are already missing, dental implants placed, and a screw retained prosthesis secured to these implants on the same day as the surgery. While this first set of teeth are permanent in the fact that they are secured to the dental implants by screws, these teeth are typically not the final set of teeth as the patient will be allowed to heal prior to the delivery of the final set of teeth. Furthermore, the patient will be allowed to suggest desired changes to the initial set of teeth prior to the fabrication of the final set of teeth. The initial set of screw retained implant teeth are permanent in the fact that they are not removable by the patient and can only be removed by personnel in a dental office. With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime depending on the age of the patient when the implants were originally placed. Studies show that dental implants can last over 25 years with proper home care and regular professional maintenance.