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As Popularity of Dental Implants Rise, a Chicago Cosmetic Dentistry Practice's On-site Lab Offers Patients a Unique Incentive
Date:5/27/2010

Recent statistics show 69 percent of people between the ages of 35 to 44 have lost a tooth, and 26 percent of adults have loss all of their permanent teeth by the age of 74. With permanent tooth replacement treatments such as dental implants becoming more popular, a Chicago cosmetic dentistry office is using a unique incentive for patients who don’t want the hassle of long waiting periods and multiple office visits for teeth replacement and other dental options.

Chicago, IL (Vocus) May 27, 2010 -- Dentists at Chicago implant dentistry The Dental Implants Associates have set out to distinguish their practice from others, and so far, one of the ways they’ve done that is by cutting the time and hassle that many patients must go through when getting treatment for missing or damaged teeth. Doctors at the practice say by establishing their own on-site laboratories and sterilization facilities, the need for long waiting periods and multiple trips to dental offices can be significantly reduced.

Dentists at the practice say the on-site labs enable the practice to provide patients with a high level of customer service and advanced, state-of-the-art care in one place. By creating patients’ dental implants and other materials on their own premises, The Dental Implants Associates can offer advanced dental technology with a shorter wait time than other practices who are not equipped to do so.

The technicians at the Dental Implants Associates lab create customized dental implants and porcelain veneers without having to use off-site laboratories. This means that the patients&rsqu
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