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Over the past several decades, dental implants have evolved from a complex and experimental procedure into one that’s efficient, highly predictable, and often the best option for our patients. As an oral surgeon, Dr. Thiede is able to surgically place your dental implants within a specialty setting that provides additional access to comfortable sedation options, 3D surgical guidance, and supportive therapies for unconventional implant patients.
When you require the attention of a specialist because of extensive bone or tooth loss, we can provide you with the highest quality of care possible. We treat each patient as if they were a member of our own family!
Thanks to in-house CBCT scanning, we’re able to take a virtual “impression” of your mouth and soft tissues, allowing us to plan out the placement of your dental implants in a way that maximizes the health status of your supporting bone structures.
Most of our implant patients prefer to “sleep” during their procedure. As a certified dental sedation provider, Dr. Thiede offers a choice of anti-anxiety and sedation options to choose form.
Surgical guides are pre-planned (thanks to your digital scan) allowing for precise, minimally-invasive installation of your dental implants, and same day teeth replacement options.
Are you a non-conventional dental implant patient? Our specialty practice is able to make teeth replacement options available for individuals with complex health and medical backgrounds, including diabetes, osteoporosis, and severe bone loss. As a medical doctor and oral surgeon, Dr. Thiede can treat even the most complex cases.
Call us today for a consultation where we will answer your questions and provide a personalized treatment plan.