Board Certified Periodontist, Dr. Scott O. Kissel

New York City Dental Implants with Microsurgery vs. Non-Microsurgery

Replace missing tooth with dental implant

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There’s a saying that goes something like this: “If you always do what you always did, you’ll always get what you always got.” This can be applied to just about anything in life, and in the world of dental implants, it definitely holds true. While traditional methods of tooth replacement have earned their place in the annals of history as effective means to an end, they definitely have their share of drawbacks. New York Dental Implants patients now have a more advanced microsurgery option for tooth replacement that builds upon the foundation of traditional techniques to offer a safer, more painless solution.

How Does Microsurgery Assist in Dental Implants?

Through the use of microscopes, Dr. Scott Kissel gains vastly improved visibility that is simply not possible through traditional methods. This increased visibility allows for enhanced precision, enabling him to provide many additional benefits to his patients, such as:

  • Better fitting and more esthetically pleasing dental implants
  • Smaller incisions and openings during surgery
  • Less pulling of tissue flaps and fewer stitches needed
  • Reduced pain, trauma, swelling, and bleeding
  • Faster recovery and less risk of complications

In traditional methods of tooth replacement, larger incisions are required and stitched together after surgery, creating the risk of gaps and resulting complications, not to mention the increased pain and swelling of the surrounding gum tissue. Since microsurgery allows for precise treatment, pain and recovery time are minimized while providing a seamless fit with neighboring teeth every time. There is also no additional cost for microsurgery.

Don’t just settle for traditional tooth replacement. Let New York Dental Implants expert Dr. Scott Kissel show you the difference microsurgery can make in your dental care. There is a number of considerations for determining whether or not you are a candidate for dental implants and, if so, what type of dental implants are right for you. The best way for you to receive all the information you need to know about dental implants is to arrange a consultation with periodontist Dr. Kissel. During this consultation, Dr. Kissel will perform the oral examination and tests that determine what type of dental implants you are eligible for, explain the dental implant procedure to you, and answer all your questions. If you’re ready to replace your smile with natural-looking, functional dental implants, then call Dr. Kissel’s office in New York City for a consultation at (212) 702-9088 or book online.

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