The science of 3D printing fits within Shreveport, Bossier City, and Natchitoches, LA surgical orthodontic guidelines involve precisely adjusting the gums and removing a minimal amount of bone around your teeth. This procedure also allows for a decrease in the bone’s natural mineral content. Teeth freely move into position with significantly greater speed and accuracy. When the bone eventually heals, it is often more robust and denser than before, allowing for teeth to remain straight predictably longer than conventional braces treatment.
ArkLaTex Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery’s Shreveport, Bossier City, and Natchitoches, LA, provide full arch dental implant patients with same day services. The magic begins with the advanced technology of SprintRay printer or prosthetic 3D printing. SprintRay offers ArkLaTex biocompatibility, allowing the placement of dental appliances within the mouth. Nightguards, surgical guides, and digital dentures are for precise alignment—accuracy, and repeatability to achieving dental 3D printers. The final fit must be highly accurate. SprintRay enables ArkLaTex to provide the highest quality of care in the final fit of the full mouth dental implant. Finally, production speed and scalability to keep pace with busy dental offices. Same day or next day delivery of dental appliances.
We utilize the ever-popular All-On-X full mouth dental implants to give our patients the highest quality implants. The– upper and lower jaw requires only four implant posts for full arch dental implants.
We understand that full mouth dental implants are often more costly than other options when it comes to replacing your teeth, however they will last the duration of your lifetime with proper maintenance and are made from the highest quality materials on the market. We want to help eliminate as much of the cost possible. We work with several insurance providers and offer several financing options as well to ensure that we can do just that.
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