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One Day Teeth Implant Steps

The step by step procedure takes 3 hours in one appointment to have two implants, two abutments, and two permanent porcelain crowns.

It is as follow.

1. Planing with CBCT scan

2. Photos of before

 

3. Surgery – primary stability of implant placement

4. Place Titanium abutments

5. X-rays confirming proper positions of implants and abutments

6. CAD-CAM CEREC OMNICAM imaging and designing porcelain crowns

7. Permanent Porcelain crowns are cemented

Patient comes back a week, 4 weeks, 3 months, then 6 months for follow-up and maintenance after this appointment.

 

Holiday List 2017

The Holidays that are OFF :

  • January 1st, New Year
  • May 29, Memorial Day
  • July 4, Independence Day
  • September 4th, Labor Day
  • November 23, Thanksgiving Day
  • December 24, 25 Christmas Day

Conference Days and are OFF:

  • January 28, 29
  • March 30, 31
  • April 1, 22, 23
  • May 4, 5
  • August 25, 26
  • July 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12

Saturdays OFF:

  • Jan 28
  • February 4, 25
  •  March 4 and 25
  • April 1, 22, 29
  • May 13, 27
  • June 10, 24
  • July 8, 22, 29
  • August 12 & 26
  • September 9, 23, 30
  • October 14 & 28
  • November 11, 25
  • December 9, 23

Mondays that are OFF:

  • Feb 6, 13, 27
  • March 6, 13, 27
  • April 3, 10
  • May 1, 15, 23
  • June 12, 26
  • July 10, 31
  • August 7, 28
  • September 4, 11
  • October 2, 23 , 30
  • November 13, 27
  • December 11, 25

Our standard office hours:

Monday: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.*
*We are open on Saturdays by appointments only

A Month Without Sugar : Reduces Cavities and Gum Diseases

It is in chicken stock, sliced cheese, bacon and smoked salmon, in mustard and salad dressing, in crackers and nearly every single brand of sandwich bread. It is all around us — in obvious ways and hidden ones — and it is utterly delicious.

It’s sugar, in its many forms: powdered sugar, honey, corn syrup, you name it. The kind you eat matters less than people once thought, scientific research suggests, and the amount matters much more. Our national sugar habit is the driving force behind the diabetes and obesity epidemics and may be a contributing factor to cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Like me, you’ve probably just finished a couple of weeks in which you have eaten a whole lot of tasty sugar. Don’t feel too guilty about it. But if you feel a little guilty about it, I’d like to make a suggestion.

Choose a month this year — a full 30 days, starting now or later — and commit to eating no added sweeteners. Go cold turkey, for one month.

I have done so in each of the last two years, and it has led to permanent changes in my eating habits. It wasn’t easy, but it was worth it. It reset my sugar-addled taste buds and opened my eyes to the many products that needlessly contain sugar. I now know which brands of chicken stock, bacon, smoked salmon, mustard and hot sauce contain added sugar and which donot.

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