Learn Why Mono Implants Are The Gold Standard Of Dental Implants

We created a series of videos for dentists to help you understand the value mono implants. Our videos cover topics such as why you should use them, how to properly place them, and what the overall cost savings are. With our videos, you’ll have all the information you need to make an informed decision about mono implants. So take some time to check out our videos and get ahead in your dental practice!

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"Mono Implants vs Traditional Implants: Comparing Cost, Convenience, and Quality"

Choosing all-on-1 mono implants over traditional methods can save patients time, money, and discomfort. The procedure is also suitable for most people, including those with reduced bone density, and can provide a permanent solution to missing teeth.

”The Future of Dental Implants is Here! Discover the Benefits of Mono implants Today!”

Mono implants are the latest innovation in the field of dental implants – which means they provide a much better solution than their predecessors. At their core, mono implants are one-piece implants that replicate the natural root structure of your tooth.

"Full Arch Mono Implants: Providing Greater Support and Durability Than All-on-Four!"

You see, the beauty of this approach lies in its ability to provide greater support to the full arch, so there isn’t the risk of the full arch prosthesis fracturing as is the case with All-on-4 cantilevered arches. But the real kicker here is that if there ever was a problem with the support system, it's a simple fix with mono implants. No need to go through the hassle of redoing the entire system, like you would have to if you opted for an All-on-4 dental implant full arch.

"The Future of Tooth Replacement is Here: Discover the Benefits of Immediate Load Mono Implants"

Their ability to support immediate loading is at the heart of mono implants' success. That means that a new tooth can be placed onto the implant immediately after it is inserted without a prolonged waiting period. This process is often referred to as "same day" or "immediate" implants because it allows you to receive a new tooth almost instantly.

"The Game-Changing Advancement in Dental Implants: Mono dental Implants and CERIC Technology!"

While traditional dental implants have been a reliable option for many patients, the introduction of mono implants with CERIC technology has revolutionized the field of dental restoration.

Mono Implants Case #1

Mono implants can be used in a broader range of dental cases. Their design enables them to be placed in areas with less available bone and in instances where bone grafting may not be an option. With mono implants, patients with difficult dental cases now have a viable and affordable option for restoration.

Mono Implants Case #2

The unique feature of the case study is that Dr. Achey was able to complete the procedure in a single visit, which is not usually the case. This impressive feat was made possible by the fact that the clinic had a stock of mono implants. Because of the cost and variety of traditional two-piece implants, most clinics can’t carry the stock and are forced to send the patient home without a final prothesis until the order arrives several days later.

"Minimal Invasiveness and Maximum Results: The Advantages of Mono Implants"

Dental implants are an excellent option for replacing missing teeth, but traditional implant procedures can be lengthy and require extensive surgeries. However, advancements in dental technology have led to the development of mono implants, a less invasive and more convenient option for patients seeking to restore their smile.

All-on-4 verses All-on-1

A major advantage of all-on-1 mono implants is that they are more stable than all-on-4 implants. With all-on-4 implants, the angulation of the implants can create pressure points, which can lead to fractures in the implant or the cantilevered full arch prostheses. All-on-1 mono implants offer a more stable solution since 8 to 12 implants are placed, which provides more support to the full ache prosthesis.

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