For patients in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and surrounding areas who are just learning about Mini Dental Implants, the implant experts at David M. Shemo, DMD will help you to better understand how they work, their various uses, and if you are a candidate for the MDI’s.
Mini Dental Implants are the cost-effective, simple, minimally invasive alternative to traditional implants. Mini Dental Implants, “The Small Wonder!” are smaller in size when compared to traditional dental implants. David M. Shemo, D.M.D. specializes in MDI’s for a variety of dental procedures including placement of crowns, bridges and dentures and missing and broken teeth due to damage, decay or periodontal disease. Want to stabilize your dentures and get rid of messy adhesives, ask Dr. Shemo about the long-lasting benefits of MDI’s. Laugh, Talk and Live with Comfort and Confidence with Mini Dental Implants!
Mini Dental Implants are a fantastic option when you are looking to restore your smile. Consisting of two pieces, the titanium rod connects to the dental prosthetic (crown, bridge, denture) for stable, long-lasting results. With local anesthesia, Dr. Shemo will place the mini dental implant into your jawbone where it will act as the tooth’s root. The titanium alloy implants bonds with the bone of the jaw, providing strength and stability for the dental prosthetic. Mini Dental Implants give you the look, feel and function of naturally growing teeth.
Don’t struggle with an imperfect smile. Mini Dental Implants by David M. Shemo, DMD can help. MDIs, provide strength and stabilization, allowing you to Enjoy Meals, Carry on Conversations and Smile!
If you are interested in perfecting your smile, find out more about safe and effective tooth restorations with Mini Dental Implants. You will receive long-lasting, stable support that can last a lifetime. Since 2006, Dr. David Shemo’s patients have been enjoying the stable, long-lasting benefits that mini dental implants offer. Approved by the FDA as a long-term method for tooth implantation, mini dental implants only continue to increase in popularity. View our MDI video below.
Size - The smaller size and stature of the mini dental implants, when compared to their more traditional counterparts, not only increases the number of candidates who can undergo successful implantation, but also makes the implant process much quicker and easier. MDI’s can replace anywhere from a single tooth to a full set of teeth quickly and easily. Traditional implant procedures often require additional procedures such as sinus lifts and bone grafts in order to successfully place the implants. The mini dental implant size greatly reduces the need for these extra treatments, making the procedure quicker, easier and less invasive.
Time - Traditional dental implant treatments can take several months to complete. Once the traditional implant is placed, a significant healing period (three months or more) is needed in order for the implant to successfully fuse with the bone. Once the bone properly fuses with the implant, the prosthetic tooth or teeth can be placed. Proper healing benefits the long-term stabilization of the implant, but can be frustrating for patients who want more immediate results. In some cases, mini dental implants allow for immediate loading. This means that patients can walk out of Dr. Shemo’s office on the day of the procedure with an implant in place that is not only stable, but with use of a temporary dental prosthetic, can also be used immediately.
Versatility - Mini dental implants are more than just implants. MDIs can be used to replace individual missing teeth, but they can also aid in other dental procedures such as dentures and crowns. Mini dental implants, above all else, provide long-term support for a variety of dental prosthetics.
Schedule an MDI consultation with David M. Shemo, DMD today. Charges may apply.
See what Mini Dental Implants can do for you:
• Replace Missing and Broken Teeth
• Provide Support and Stability for a Partial
(Upper or Lower) or Complete Dentures
• Replace Partial or Complete Dentures with a
• Enhance Comfort while Chewing
• Increase Confidence while Talking, Eating and
• Improve Your Overall Oral and Psychological
• Improve Esthetic Appearance and Regain
• Replace Bridgework (Multi-Tooth)