Dentists and periodontists
are not the same thing. Periodontists receive additional training after dental
school to focus on oral surgical techniques, such as dental implants
. Therefore, if you want implants, then your best
bet is to schedule an appointment with our periodontist
in Miami, FL.
Drs. Bradley A. Ross and Scott B. Ross have helped numerous
people in the area, and you can be next.
Periodontists Lower the Risk of Complications
Studies show periodontists
have a much higher rate of success when it comes to inserting implants than
general dentists. The reason for this is that periodontists need to go through
an extra 5,000 hours of training and education. They possess a much better
understanding of potential complications and how to circumvent them.
Periodontists Can Treat Other Conditions Before
Placing the Implant
Periodontists can also help
patients who suffer from gum disease. A large part of their extra education
focuses on gum health and treating diseases that specifically impact the gums. You
cannot receive dental implants
you have infected gum tissue, and Dr. Ross will be able to take care of
everything in one office. This prevents you from having to schedule several
appointments at different locations.
Periodontists Can Guarantee Improved Aesthetics
comprehensive knowledge of how the jaw bone and gum tissue heals following this
treatment. While the bone heals following insertion of the implant, our
periodontist will keep a close eye on all your oral structures. Ensuring proper
healing guarantees more attractive final results. This ensures the restoration
looks completely natural. Your implant will fill in the gap perfectly without
impacting the surrounding teeth.
Get the Professional Treatment You Deserve
Dr. Ross has many years of experience with dental implants
at his practice, South Florida Periodontics and Dental Implants
. To see if you are a
candidate, schedule an appointment at our office. It is the only way to ensure
you are satisfied with your new smile.
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