The Determining Factors of Longevity For Dental Implants
Dr. Derik Hoerner: When I first see a patient, we always start with doing a comprehensive evaluation of the patient’s health, their bone structure, and see what their best needs are. When it comes to determining how long a dental implant restoration is going to last, there are many things that play a part. We begin by starting with the end in mind. We have the best technology, starting with 3D imaging to 3D planning software. Behind the scenes, we are using 3D milling machines. These all come together to give the patient the best possible restoration.
At Bismarck Advanced Dental and Implants, we only use zirconia. Zirconia is essentially a material that looks and performs like natural teeth, and is very strong, very durable. It’ll stand up for years to come, and this is what you will get each and every time. You can go about living your life. There’s no expensive tools. There’s no high maintenance. It’s basically just come and see your dentist every four to six months to help maintain the optimal well of oral hygiene, and you’ll have a restoration that’ll last for many years to come.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us here at Bismarck Advanced Dental and Implants.
Bismarck Advanced Dental and Implants is located in Bismarck, North Dakota. We specialize in dental implants, including all on four implants, multi-tooth implants, and single-tooth implants. We also provide comprehensive dental care for families in the area with services ranging from root canals to teeth cleanings to same-day crowns. We strive to change your view of dentistry by providing a friendly, inviting atmosphere that will help you forget any stigma you may have towards visiting the dentist. We offer free consultations to help determine the best treatment plan for each of our patients. Schedule a free consultation today by visiting our website or by calling 701-390-1920.
Bismarck, ND Location:
📞 (701) 390-1920
📍 1004 S 7th St, Bismarck, ND 58504
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