Non-Surgical Implants

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Non-Surgical Implants
Timescale: 
2-3 days
The microscope has introduced a non-invasive era to dental implant treatment and the first surgeon to use a microscope for placing dental implants.

The microscope has introduced a non-invasive era to dental implant treatment and the first surgeon to use a microscope for placing dental implants. He is recognized as the leading authority on minimally invasive dental implants.
Microsurgical techniques create a surgical site with the smallest possible opening and the implant can be positioned in the exact center of the opening, precisely aligned for ideal aesthetics and function.
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When a tooth is removed, the socket serves as a natural opening for implant placement. In addition, bone shavings formed during reshaping the socket to accept an implant are collected and recycled around the implant. This facilitates healing and creates a stronger implant.