Mini Dental Implants are a fast, yet very effective way to stabilize your dentures or to replace your missing teeth. The mini dental implant procedure is only minimally invasive and can be done quickly.
The mini dental implant procedure is a much less involved process than the conventional dental implants. For this reason, the procedure can usually be completed in one simple dental appointment.
In addition to saving time in the dental office, you will have far less discomfort following this procedure due to its minimally involved nature (usually requiring no surgical flaps or sutures).
Because the mini dental implants are so time efficient, your dentist is able to perform these procedures at a fraction of the cost normally associated with larger conventional implants.
Mini dental implants are also more comfortable while requiring less healing time and less visits to the doctor.
Benefits of Mini Implants:
- Simple, gentle, non-surgical procedure
- Immediate results
- Restored confidence with speaking and eating
- Improved attractiveness of your smile
- Cost effective
- Anchoring for dentures or cemented crowns & bridges
- Preserves bone and facial structure
MINI DENTAL IMPLANT CENTERS OF AMERICA
Rathdrum Dental is a member of the Mini Dental Implant Centers of America (MDICA). MDICA is the largest and most prestigious collection of mini dental implant doctors in the country. MDICA doctors receive ongoing training throughout every year to further enhance their knowledge and expertise in the mini dental implant field. The cumulative experience of all MDICA doctors is unmatched, with over 250,000 mini implants placed.
Leukocytes and Platelet Rich Fibrin (LPRF) as the name suggests, is a byproduct of blood (plasma) that is rich in platelets. LPRF permits the body to take advantage of the normal healing pathways at a greatly accelerated rate. During the healing process, the body rushes many cells and cell-types to the wound in order to initiate the healing process. One of those cell types is platelets. Platelets perform many functions, including formation of a blood clot and release of growth factors into the wound. These growth factors (GF) function to assist the body in repairing itself by stimulating stem cells to regenerate new tissue. The more growth factors released into the wound, the more stem cells stimulated to produce new host tissue. Thus, one can easily see that PRF permits the body to heal faster and more efficiently.