Q: Dear Dr. Josephs: I read your columns sometimes in disbelief. I had to go through seven appointments just for the replacement of one tooth with an implant and crown. Your columns make me feel that this is a ridiculous amount of visits for just one tooth. How is this possible?
A: I know, right?! I don’t believe in the Rube Goldberg approach to dental treatment. You should not need a mouse to eat the cheese, which then lets a pendulum swing into a hammer, which then hits a bell that scares a cat attached to a string into running, while pulling your tooth out.
You can have a tooth removed, an implant placed and a new crown in two visits. How? You must use an office that has several pieces of technology and is well versed in certain techniques to “make it happen”.
Crown and abutment anchor is attached to the implant. Done-d-done –done- done.
If you are interested in attending our next FREE seminar to the public with wonderful animated slides depicting this process and many more, email or call us to be on our list. Coming soon: “Teeth for Live XX”.
Dr. Josephs practices Implant Cosmetic and General Dentistry, is on staff at
JFK Medical Center and is a Faculty Advisory Board member Emeritus at McGill University’s Faculty of Dentistry. He completed his residency at Manhattan’s Beth Israel Medical Center and Mt. Sinai Hospital.
44 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach, FL 33480