Most dental offices send out all their restorations to an outside dental laboratory for fabrication, which means they have minimal to no control over the manufacturing process. Our full mouth dental implant lab in Naples, FL provides outstanding quality control and oversight, from start to finish. Our skilled implant dentists Dr. Evgeny Titov and Dr. Olga Titov work closely with our talented in-house lab technician to deliver the best possible tooth replacement solutions. Whether you’re looking for crowns and bridges, single dental implants or full mouth dental implants, our full mouth dental lab streamlines the process. We fabricate and deliver the highest quality, immediate-load restorations because we don’t want to see anyone struggle another day with the consequences of missing or damaged teeth. When you schedule a complimentary dental implant consultation, you’ll meet a dedicated team working under one roof to restore your smile to its natural-looking beauty and function. When you entrust your smile to March Cove Dental and Implant Center, you’ll receive exceptional, yet affordable dental implants in Naples, FL that boost your smile confidence for a better quality of life!
An on-site dental lab provides our team with 100% quality control because we can oversee your treatment from start to finish, including fabrication of your prosthesis.
Digitally-aided design and fabrication streamlines the process of creating highly precise restorations without the need to make major adjustments. But if minor refinements are required, it’s easy to make them while you’re still in the dental chair.
Having one team under the same roof in charge of your entire treatment allows personalized collaboration that simply isn’t possible with an outside dental lab.
In addition to a faster turnaround time, an onsite dental lab eliminates multiple trips to different practices. It also facilitates delivery of clinically superior restorations at highly competitive prices.
CBCT is an imaging technology that allows our team to evaluate your underlying bone structure, nerve pathways and surrounding soft tissues. This technology is essential for planning and customizing tooth replacement solutions because it provides a more in-depth and complete picture than digital X-rays. During a CBCT scan, the imaging machine rotates entirely around your head and captures about 150-200 images from different angles in less than a minute. These are compiled into a single 3D image that we use to personalize precise procedures and accurately guide dental implant placement, thereby ensuring successful outcomes and a faster, easier recovery.
Our on-site milling machine enables crafting the highest quality restorations from dental ceramic, including same day crowns and bridges. The milling machine creates a restoration from a solid block of high-grade ceramic dental material in a similar manner as a sculpture is created from a block of marble—by reduction.
Unlike a milling machine, a 3D printer employs an additive process by building up layers to easily create complex curves, holes and tiny shapes. Multiple parts can be printed at once with little to no waste product. In dentistry, 3D printing is used to produce drill guides for dental implants, physical models and dental implants.
Photogrammetry is an innovative technique that provides our implant dentists with the ability to render a 3D image of your full arch structure, quickly and easily. The camera unit produces 3D images of your upper and lower arch and then immediately transfers this data to software that creates a virtual visual map of your implant structure. The entire process can be performed comfortably in less than 60 seconds.
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