Dental Implant vs Tooth Supported Bridge?
These days when considering tooth replacement, it’s advised professionals go for a single-tooth dental implant. When going for a tooth-supported bridge, the adjacent teeth must be shaved down in order for the new false tooth to be supported. That can be very inconvenient, time-consuming, and painful. Fortunately, Dentistry at Vitality Health has advanced technology and equipment that allows us to do computer-guided dental implants.
Instead of going with older technology and outdated dental techniques, put your trust in Dentistry at Vitality Health when going for a tooth replacement. Our experts have been doing these techniques for 38 years, so we know what we’re doing. With the new advanced technology, however, these procedures can now be done with greater ease, less pain, and discomfort, and we can guarantee you flawless results!
Digital Dentistry & Single Implant Crowns
When you look to Dentistry at Vitality Health for your new implant procedure in Unionville, Markham, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, and Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, not only can you expect everything to go perfectly, but you’ll save a lot of time as well! In most cases, we can take care of your whole procedure in a single visit. When your new implant is placed, we are able to scan it with CAD-CAM technology and fabricate the final screw-retained crown typically during the same appointment. While we could place the final crown on the same visit, it’s advised to wait. We would advise waiting for the implant and bone to integrate before placing the final crown, so there are no issues down the road. If you have any questions about our computer-guided implants, or you wish to book an appointment, call us today at 647-955-2353!