7741 SW 62nd Ave, South Miami, FL 33143

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Bone Regeneration

There are several kinds of procedures performed in implant dentistry to regenerate or preserve bone. For this purpose, there are several bio-materials that have been created to be placed in the surgical site, and eventually become your own bone.

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Full Size Bridge in Zirconia

For fully edentulous patients, the best alternative to an implant supported overdenture is to fabricate a full zirconia bridge. An average of six to eight implants are placed as anchorage.

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Implant Supported Dentures

Implant supported dentures or better known as Overdentures, are restorative prosthesis used when all teeth are lost or extracted and budget is limited. Usually two to four regular diameter implants or four to six mini implants can hold the denture in place. The denture and implants are connected by components known as attachments. There are different kinds and brands of attachments of different qualities and prices. We only use attachments which we consider the very best for you.

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Dental Implants

Dental Implant procedures have become one of the most preferred dental treatments to replace missing teeth. It provides a functional and cosmetic long lasting solution to specific needs, as long as the patient is an adequate candidate and require them.

Implants are small titanium cylinders treated and coated with substances that aid in the initial attraction of bone forming cells. They are surgically used to replace the roots of missing teeth.

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Implant Guided Surgery

In South Miami Family Dental we have the best up to date equipment and technology for oral surgery.

Cone Beam Computerized Tomography is the new technology used to reproduce images of your dental and facial anatomy.

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Sinus Elevation

When a molar or premolar is extracted without atraumatic techniques, and the socket is not grafted, the maxillary sinus will “expand” and invade the area that was occupied by the tooth and surrounding bone. This process is called pneumatization.

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