Topics include both the surgical placement as well as the restoration of implants. Since the purpose of this website is educational, input is encouraged in the form of questions, comments or email. I hope you find the information in this website useful to you in your quest to better inform yourself about your dental implant options.
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Carlos Boudet, DDS, DICOI
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Dental implants have become the standard of care and as dentists we need to not only be capable of planning them, but also to diagnose and treat them when there is something wrong with them, or with the prosthesis that they help support. Sometimes the patient may feel uncomfortable, the prosthesis may require repair too often or is unable to function properly, and the general dentist needs to be able…
This is a fairly common complaint that I hear occasionally when I ask a new patient if they feel comfortable with their mouth. The lady is missing several teeth and has worn a removable partial denture for years. She had adapted to the removable teeth but several months ago, she removed them and for whatever reason she did not wear them for a month. Later, when she tried to put…
Mini-implants are a great solution for selected cases, but cannot replace regular implants.
Screw retained or cement retained crowns – How to choose
Many adults are prescribed an anticoagulant which is a drug that interferes with the formation of a clot. Since these drugs interfere with the coagulation of the blood, they need to inorm the dentist before any procedures.
The intraoral scanning at the specialist’s office benefits everyone involved. The experienced restorative dentist likes the simple procedure and reduced chair time. The inexperienced dentist benefits from the same things plus a close interaction with an experienced surgeon. The specialist benefits from increased referrals by restorative dentists who would like to benefit from the simplified, state of the art procedure. And last but not least, the patient benefits from a more comfortable procedure