Dental implants benefit anyone who wants to replace missing or damaged teeth. Whether you are missing one tooth or multiple teeth, dental implants can help give the smile you have always wanted. Dental implants with a restoration (crown, bridge or denture) are the closest thing to your natural teeth and are designed to last a lifetime with proper and conscientious care.
The doctors at Smileboston Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry are part of a limited number of prosthodontists in the Boston area who have the necessary education and training to surgically place an implant and create a crown, bridge, or denture. Your entire treatment is completed in one office, with one doctor, start to finish.
Your treatment will begins with a thorough evaluation by your dentist. The process involves careful examination of teeth, gums and jawbone, as well as x-rays and measurements of your jaw density.
The dental implant procedure involves installing a small titanium fixture directly into the jawbone. Once healed, a the replacement tooth will be crafted that perfectly matches the look, shape and color of your natural teeth. The fixture and a crown are attached, restoring a healthy and beautiful smile.
Unique Experience Of Dr. Spitz
Steven D. Spitz, DMD is a Prosthodontist, a dentist recognized by the American Dental Association as a specialist in restoring and replacing teeth, and Implant Dentist.
Dr. Spitz also has the distinction of being one of just a handful of Prosthodontists in New England who use the advanced technology of the Waterlase® MD laser. This valuable tool assists in a wide range of applications from surgical placement of dental implants and biopsies, to smile contouring, full mouth reconstruction, and treatment of cavities. In fact, Dr. Spitz was the first dentist in United States to successfully place dental implants utilizing the Waterlase laser.
Dr. Spitz is also the founder of Smileboston Dental Implant Continuum, which teaches specialty surgical implant placement to dentists throughout the country. Using the innovative BAC system, Dr. Spitz has categorized the surgical and restorative phases of implant dentistry into basic, advanced and complex cases, with and without the use of the dental laser.
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