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Getting Dental Implants and Crowns in The Same Office

Posted on: June 29th, 2022 | Categories: Uncategorized

There comes a time in many people’s lives when they decide to get dental implants to replace missing teeth. While some dental offices like Auburn Dental Group can make the process of getting dental implants seem simple and smooth, there are many considerations that need to be taken into account. One of these considerations is whether to get the dental implant and crown in two separate offices, as was the norm for a long time. Increasingly there are more offices, like Auburn Dental Group, that offer both the dental implant and the crown in the same location.

There are benefits that come from taking this approach. One benefit is that the periodontist that is placing the dental implant and the general dentist that is creating the crown have an easier time collaborating since they are under the same roof and have access to all the patient records. Another benefit is that patients don’t have to drive between two dental offices or deal with two separate billing departments at two offices, making the process more streamlined. Imagine if you lived in Auburn and had to split time between a dentist in Auburn and a periodontist in Worcester in order to complete you dental implant treatment.

We understand that there are a lot of questions that you may have regarding dental implants so if you are considering getting them don’t hesitate to call our Auburn dental office and we’ll guide you.

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