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Dr. Jeffrey Williams, Cosmetic Dentist in Cranbrook, BC Introduces Dental Implants for Beautiful Smiles
Date:7/30/2013

Cranbrook, BC (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

Dr. Jeffrey Williams, aesthetic dentist in Cranbrook, BC recently introduced dental implants at his practice for patients seeking better looking and more permanent smiles. Dr. Williams has met with thousands of patients who suffer from the psychological effects of having missing, discolored, or misshapen teeth. He is pleased to now provide patients with this permanent procedure that also provides them with a happy, confident lifestyle.

Dental implants are reliable, secure, durable, and feel natural. Implants can support a variety of prosthetic dental procedures such as crowns, bridges and even dentures. For denture wearers, dental implants provide patients more security with no hassles. Dental implants are made in many different sizes and after a consultation with Dr. Williams, he can help determine which size will best meet the needs of his patient.

“It is our commitment to provide patients with our best effort in giving them a confident and beautiful smile,” said Dr. Jeffrey Williams of Cranbrook, BC. “We are able to do this with our state of the art technology and exceptionally trained staff.”

Nearly all implants resemble a root-shape screw and are typically made of titanium. Before root-shape implants were developed, implants were blade shaped. The root shape fuses with the bone and after a period of time, prosthetic replacements can be attached. The surgery for dental implants may be done as an outpatient procedure, under general or local anesthesia, oral conscious sedation, nitrous sedation or IV sedation.

Dr. Williams is also a restorative dentist in Cranbrook, BC. As a restorative dentist, he focuses on diagnosing and integratively managing issues regarding the teeth and the surrounding structures and tissues supporting teeth. Restorative dentistry is a synchro
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