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Increased Denture Stability is Now Available with Mini Dental Implants in Abington, MA through Dr. Michael Thomas
Date:9/23/2013

Abington, MA (PRWEB) September 23, 2013

Abington, MA dentist Dr. Michael Thomas now offers mini dental implants, a long-term solution for replacing any number of missing teeth. Using mini implants, Dr. Thomas can replace his patients’ teeth with implant supported restorations in as little as one visit.

Implant dentistry has been widely practiced for decades and the dental community now regards implants as the preferred treatment for replacing missing teeth. Highly versatile, implants can be used to stabilize dentures and cemented crowns and bridges in addition to replacing a single tooth or an entire set of teeth on their own. They are unique in their ability to prevent bone loss and have an extremely high success rate. Conventional implants, however, often require visits in order to complete the procedure, adding to their overall cost significantly.

The new mini dental implants at Abington Family Dental Care offer several attractive advantages over their predecessors. Mini implants are less costly, less time consuming, and patients typically experience less discomfort and recover faster. Dr. Thomas typically completes the mini treatment in two visits and oftentimes only needs one. As a result, the mini procedure’s affordability allows even patients on a limited budget to take advantage of all the benefits of dental implants.

To learn more about mini dental implants, please contact Abington Family Dental Care at 781-312-6090 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Thomas today.

About the Practice

Abington Family Dental Care is a general practice that has provided personalized dental care to patients in Abington, MA since 1979. Dr. E. Michael Thomas Jr. received his Bachelor of Science from Notre Dame University, attended the Georgetown University School of Dentistry, and completed his advanced graduate studies in endodontics at Boston University. Dr. Thomas is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the most recent FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease treatment. To learn more about Abington Family Dental Care and their dental services, please visit http://www.bostongumsurgery.com and call 781-312-6090.

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