Receive High-Quality Dental Implants
Are you ready to restore your missing teeth and boost self-confidence? Dental implants are durable tooth replacements that can give you a smile that’ll last a lifetime. At our dental practice in Traverse City, we use advanced technology to provide you with the most accurate and visually appealing results possible.
Each device plays a different role in helping Dr. Klym evaluate your jaw and place your stunning dental implants.
The iTero Element 2 Scanner
The first step to creating your beautiful dental implants is getting thorough visuals of your entire jaw. The iTero Element 2 scanner is a quick and easy way for Dr. Klym to accurately view the surgical area.
It features a small wand with a tiny intraoral camera that instantly generates highly-detailed images of your teeth and the surrounding structures such as your bones and nerve endings. It also allows us to show our patients what their smile will look like after the implant placement procedure.
Our Kodak 9000 Imaging System
Another device that helps Dr. Klym place your new restorations is our Kodak 9000 Imaging System. This technology uses cone-beam imaging to help determine the health of your teeth and gums.
The Kodak 9000 system allows Dr. Klym to quickly determine where to place your dental implants as well. It can also notify us if any of your teeth are impacted or need to be extracted. This helps Dr. Klym place your new restorations as safely and accurately as possible.
A crucial part of any dental procedure is providing you with the proper amount of anesthesia to ensure you don’t feel pain. The sedative is usually administered through a needle that’s inserted into your arm.
In the past, dentists would have to determine the amount of anesthesia to give you before the procedure began to make sure it didn’t wear off too soon. However, computer-controlled anesthesia monitors the amount of anesthesia you’re receiving and knows when more or less is needed.
Contact Dr. Klym To Start Your Journey
Are you ready to receive comfortable treatment from an experienced dentist? Contact our office at (231) 774-6819 to learn more about our services and how we use technology to provide accurate results.