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How Advanced Technology is Allowing for More Effective Dental Implant Treatment

May 14, 2021 in Dentistry by McCarl Dental Group
Dr. Paresh Patel and Dr. Jay McCarl at a full arch implant seminar in Louisville, KY

The dental implant process has come a long way. At the McCarl Dental Group, our team of experts is committed to advanced dental education. We are actively incorporating new modern technologies and techniques that will produce higher quality results, making eating and smiling more effective and beautiful than ever!

New Technology for Dental Implant Treatment

We are adding a Cone Beam CT scan, the latest in 3-D dental x-ray technology, to our Greenbelt office. Along with our 3-D scanners, this will open the door to more advanced cases, higher degrees of implant precision, and computerized excellence so that our patients can thrive! Ranging from individual tooth replacement to dramatically improved denture retention, to replacing a full arch of teeth with a beautiful, high-tech, one-piece zirconia restoration that stays in all the time, we are utilizing very advanced techniques to give our patients back the lives they deserve.

About the McCarl Dental Group
The McCarl Dental Group consists of dental experts and a dedicated team of personnel who are committed to providing patients in the Greenbelt and Millersville areas with optimal solutions for happier, healthier smiles. Always pursuing continuing dental education, it is our goal to adopt new and advanced dental technologies, techniques, and methods to provide better solutions for our patients. For those of you suffering from tooth loss, you can count on the McCarl Dental Group doctors to offer the most up-to-date dental implant options that will produce natural, beautiful, and longer-lasting smiles! Call our office today at (301) 474-4144 to find out how we can help you!

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