Advanced Dental Implants
Restoring a truly confident smile with your ultimate comfort, convenience and safety in mind.
Our office, located in Garden City, NY, is built surrounding the idea of providing our patients with the highest quality of dental care. Equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technology and our highly skilled dentists, we provide our patients with an unforgettable experience and the best possible dental outcomes.
From a single tooth dental implant to full mouth dental implant restoration, you will experience our advanced technology and techniques. Our team is ready to help you regain your confidence whether provided cosmetically or with improvement in everyday dental functions.
We understand that getting dental implants may not be easiest decision you’ve made. Our team has helped hundreds of patients with this process and with incredible life changing results.
Dental implants are titanium cylinders that are surgically placed in the jawbone of where your missing tooth was rooted. In a period of a few weeks, the cylinder bonds with the bone creating a strong foundation for the next step. Posts are attached to the implant upon which the artificial teeth are permanently placed. Dental implants provide outstanding results and support replacement for one tooth, several teeth or full mouth restoration.
Yes, there is a difference in dental implants restoration. Here are some points to keep in mind when getting dental implant treatment done: the number of appointments needed, requirement for second location on surgery procedures, safety levels of the procedure, comfort level of treatment, recovery time, types of materials used, lifetime of the implant and the overall feel and look of the dental implant.
We know your convenience is extremely valuable. Your time is money. At Advanced DDS, you don’t have to make multiple appointments at multiple locations for the completion of your dental implant. All phases of your dental implant are done at our Garden City office.
Our office is 90% digital, which means you’ll be more comfortable during your procedure and your treatment will be digitally planned out before your surgery. This eliminates any unnecessary surgical exposure while reducing surgery time. With our 3D scanner and CEREC system, we have eliminated the need for messy impression materials, eliminating discomfort and providing the ultimate accuracy needed for placing of your dental implants.
It is important to consider where and how dental implants should be done, we at Advanced DDS, we provide our patients with only the highest quality of implant materials using only FDA approved materials made only in the USA. In addition to our highly advanced dental technology, our dentists are highly trained and recognized for their dental work.
Our doctors are Associate Fellows of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
Digital Technology & Materials
Benefits for Patients
Other Dental Practices
3D Digital Scanning
Less painful, higher accuracy and better result
Same day treatment and won’t walk away with missing tooth
Computer Guided Surgery
Surgery planned out with study models created and less surgery time
Eliminating Impression Materials
More comfortable, better accuracy and better results
Scanned in the office (eliminates need to go another medical center) and reducing length and number of appointment times
High quality, made in the USA with labs in the states (nothing is sent overseas)
If you are missing or comprised teeth, it is important to provide a solution as soon as possible as replacing missing teeth is essential to maintaining bone in your jaw. Over time, with decreased use, the jaw bone disintegrates until it becomes difficult to place implants.
Luckily, there are many innovative procedures that allow you to grow new bone in your jaw. Bone grafts take bone from one area in your mouth and move it to another. A “sinus lift” can grow more bone to support the top back teeth. Ten years ago we thought this was impossible, but with these new procedures almost anyone can replace their missing teeth with dental implants. It is important to replace missing teeth as soon as they are lost.