Why See a Specialist for Your Dental Implants?

When faced with an impending dental implant, choosing a doctor, and more specifically, an implant dentist, can be overwhelming and confusing. Dr. Kleinman knows that when deciding between one doctor and another, there’s a lot to think about. That’s why we offer you this guide, highlighting factors to consider when choosing a surgeon.

The Value of a Specialist

The implant dentist’s focus is implantology, and as a specialist, Dr. Kleinman at Carroll Periodontics & Implant Dentistry, has undergone extensive and concentrated surgical training unique to oral surgery. Furthermore, we have specialized equipment and materials that are easily accessible and within reach. In fact, offices like ours, stocked with instrumentation specific to implant placement, allow us to perform procedures quickly, accurately, and conveniently. Further optimizing the comfort of your treatment, Dr. Kleinman is trained and certified to administer oral and nitrous anesthesia.

Beyond Dentistry

The foundation of implantology is dentistry, and when Dr. Kleinman finished dental school, he went on to attain specialty training in implant placement beyond the expertise of his dental credentials. That’s the difference between going to a dentist who does implants and going to a dental implant expert. The latter has expertise you can trust and specialized training required to successfully place complex, sophisticated implant devices.

In the Hands of an Expert

At Carroll Periodontics & Implant Dentistry, we place implants every day, and we want your experience to be as comfortable and convenient as possible. Choosing an implant specialist to perform your oral surgery is choosing the most qualified and highly trained surgeon within a specialty, specifically, the mouth, face and jaw region. This will not only guarantee the best treatment possible, but also ensure a peace of mind that you are truly in the hands of an expert.

Why See a Periodontist?

Not only should you see a Dental Specialist for your dental implant needs, the periodontist has the most experience with the soft tissues around teeth and dental implants- it’s what we do every day. For the patient seeking the best cosmetic result for a dental implant restoration, the periodontist should be the specialist of choice. Dr. Kleinman also went through the extra process of becoming a Diplomate (Board Certified) of the American Board of Periodontology.