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                    Dentist

 

Dear Colleague,


While the restoration of a single implant or a small implant bridge can be a straight-forward process, the treatment for a patient who is losing most or all of their teeth can present special challenges.

Our primary goal is to help you and your patient understand the implant options that are available to address the patient's current dental problems. In this way, we can help you decide which option is most appropriate for them. 

When you work with us, you will find that we have detailed knowledge and expertise in both the surgical and prosthetic phases of implant dentistry. This allows us to help you develop a treatment plan that will insure a predictable and successful result.

Once that plan has been finalized, we will complete the surgical phase of treatment and return the patient to your office so that you can begin the restorative phase.

We are committed to help you provide quality implant treatment in a manner that is comfortable for you and your patients. We will support you through the delivery of the final prosthesis and will be available to answer your technical questions when they arise.

If you have a patient who is losing their teeth and does not want to wear a denture, call us to arrange a time when we can discuss how best to help them.  

We look forward to working with you.

Sincerely,

 

William J. Kobza, DDS

 

Helpful information for treating patients with failing dentitions