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Dental implants using keyhole surgery technique without gum incision

By May 5, 2011 December 2nd, 2013 No Comments

The routine technique for the placement of dental implants is by making a gum incision (a flap) to expose the jaw’s bone and prepare the site for implant placement. Once the dental implant is placed, the flap is closed using stitches. Usually a second stage surgery is needed to expose the dental implants and allows restoring those dental implants.
At Smile Clinic, Dr Daoudi the specialist uses latest techniques to minimize the trauma to the surgery site including using latest keyhole surgery techniques without gum incision in selective cases for the placement of dental implants.
Dr Daoudi will use a keyhole surgery principle to access the site and place the dental implants. There is no need for a flap, stitching and definitely no need for a second surgery.
This technique will reduce the trauma to the site and allows quicker recovery with less after care and discomfort.
For more information, please contact Dr Daoudi at Smile Clinic www.omgpreview1.co.uk

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