We're happy to announce that Avid Dental has reopened for all dental & hygiene services. While we have always remained available for emergency dental treatment these past few months, we are eager to see you all soon to restore your routine dental wellness visits.
We have always maintained as a daily practice the highest standard of universal precautions as outlined by CDC and OSHA standards of infection control. Patient & Team Member safety has remained our top priority.
We are taking extended measures to further protect all our patients & team with the following additional protocols:
You can be assured safety measures at Avid Dental will continue to evolve as more information develops as we are committed to providing a healthy environment.
We look forward to seeing your smiles soon!
At Avid Dental, we have numerous oral surgery services available for you. We always treat our patients with an incredible amount of care so that your visit is as comfortable and stress-free as possible. This includes multiple sedation options so that you are comfortable and pain-free during the procedure. If you have any questions, we’ll be happy to answer them.
While dental implants are completely artificial replacements for your teeth, you’ll find that they are very similar in structure. The implant is a titanium restoration for the root, which serves as a stimulant to the jawbone. The crown and abutment integrates to serve as the new tooth, which very natural.
When the dental implant is placed, the bone bonds with the titanium as the area heals. We then use an abutment to connect the post to the crown after the implant is healed typically with in 4-6 months.
In some cases, bone grafting might be required if you are looking to get dental implant or other restorations. Bone loss due to tooth removal and bone grafting provides an opportunity for those with weakened bones.
All-on-4 is a treatment option that allows us to give you a full arch of teeth supported by just four dental implants. If your jawbone is healthy enough for the All-on-4 restoration option, it is a great alternative to dentures. The only difference between this treatment and coming in for single implants is that these are placed at an angle, allowing the implants to utilize more of the jawbone as support
Many people will need wisdom teeth removed at some point in their lives, but the procedure is often performed on children in their teens or those in their early adult years. Extractions are especially important for impacted wisdom teeth. This happens when the tooth is stuck under the gum, causing it to grow at a strange angle.
Our team is committed to ensuring that you are safe and comfortable with each and every appointment. Contact us today to make an appointment!schedule an appointment