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"When you have a tooth removed it is normal to lose 40-60% bone volume in the area. That means the side of your face caves in, and there is a defect," says Dr. Joseph Kravitz, award-winning dental implants dentist located in Rockville, Maryland.
3 Minute Implant™ is a unique dental implant procedure we have continued to iterate on for 19 years. Naysayers may comment that it cannot be done in that time frame; however, we have been successfully doing this process for nearly two decades and it has proven to work with a 99% patient success rate.
When the tooth is removed, a dental implant is inserted at the same appointment. Mouth impressions can be made to start making your new teeth in the office with our in-house Prosthodontic Laboratory. Beautiful new teeth are custom made on-site. You do not leave the office without new custom teeth.
Dr. Kravitz has pioneered many minimally invasive surgical techniques, smile innovations, and improvements to the delivery of dental health care. Other dentists seek out instruction and mentorship from Dr. Kravitz, based on his extensive professional history of credentials including a Doctorate of Dental Surgery and a Specialty Certificate in Prosthodontics from the University of Maryland Dental School, a Master of Science in Oral Biology from the University of Maryland Graduate School, and a Fellowship in Implant Dentistry from NYU College of Dentistry.
For dental implants success, it's key to seek out a seasoned prosthodontist with experience in both research and treatment procedures in replacing missing teeth to receive optimal care.
Kravitz Dentistry, PC is a specialty dental practice utilizing a simple, beautiful and pain-free approach to treating the smile, located in Rockville, Maryland. Using state-of-the-art techniques and diagnostic tools, Kravitz Dentistry offers kind, friendly, non-judgmental evaluation, beautiful and pain-free treatment and follow-up care for a variety of dental conditions, from broken teeth, missing teeth, crooked teeth, loose teeth, infected gums, infected bones, and mouth pain. For more information or to make an appointment, please visit www.KravitzDentistry.com or call 1-877-9-Kravitz or 301-761-4840.