Mini Dental Implants vs. Conventional Dental Implants

Watch this video by experienced New Jersey cosmetic dentist Dr. Samuel Lemieux as he explains the difference between mini dental implants and traditional dental implants.

When we say mini dental implants, we’re not talking about the length of the implant, we’re talking more about the diameter. This is an example of a mini dental implant placed in the lower jaw.

As you can see right here, there are pinhole pilot holes that are created. This over here is a traditional implant osteotomy. So, as you can see, many dental implants are far less invasive. This reduces chair time, reduces the number of appointments, and it reduces pain.

Not only this, but mini dental implants are more affordable than traditional implants.

If you or someone you love is suffering from missing teeth or loose dentures, contact The Mini Dental Implant Centers of America for a free consultation to learn how this life-changing treatment can enhance your smile, improve your function, and restore your self-confidence in as little as one office visit. Call now, and let us give you something to smile about.