WHEN LESS IS MORE
BENEFITS THAT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Computerized pre-planning inherently leads to patients spending far less time in the dental chair. The minimally invasive nature of the procedure combined with computer-guided precision of the implant placement itself also results in shortened post-operative care. Patients generally return to their daily routine that same day.
Less Pain and Discomfort
MIDI pre-treatment, computer guided planning helps avoid steps that previously led to a more traumatic type of healing. Less manipulation of gum tissue and bone exposure leads to reduced surgery time and often no sutures at all. The reduced pain also lessens the need for potent prescription opioid medications.
Not only is it a dental visit; it’s dental surgery. Knowing we are able to virtually replicate one’s full dental structure on a computer, anticipate any possible issues and plot a meticulous step-by-step course based on the specific case provides greater patient peace of mind.
Less Health Impacts
MIDI helps our doctors maintain as much healthy tissue as possible which can improve aesthetics and dental health overall. The technique has few contraindications and adults of all ages with varied health conditions benefit from the minimally invasive procedure.
Restorations are all about the most finite details. A successful, aesthetic result requires teamwork between the dental surgeon and restorative dentist, leading to a greater understanding of how implant placement and restoration influence each other. A dually trained dental specialist is uniquely qualified to provide the best possible result.