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Advanced Technology Provides Safer, More Reliable Results

Are you looking for the safest, most reliable periodontics treatments like dental implants? Trust a periodontist in Las Vegas who believes in the power of advanced technology.


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Advanced Technology

Has Your Periodontist Kept Up With New Technologies?

One of the most exciting aspects of being a leading periodontal provider in Las Vegas is having a reputation for offering advanced technology whenever possible

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Our entire team is dedicated to bringing you leading edge tools and techniques to speed up the time it takes for each appointment while maintaining the dependability you deserve

From the types of dental implants we utilize to our incredible laser gum surgery, we offer options that will amaze you and improve your oral health.

Forging Ahead With Bold, Proven Technology

When you make your appointment with us by calling (702) 834-8900, ask to see our world-class equipment during your initial visit. Some of the tools that we use include:

GALILEOS® Cone Beam BIOLASE WaterLase® iPlus™ 2.0 Piezosurgery® Find out more by calling us at (702) 984-2577 to schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Curry Leavitt.

GALILEOS® Cone Beam

The GALILEOS® cone beam provides us with clear images of your soft and hard tissues. It is invaluable when we need to decide where best to place dental implants. It is also used during other periodontal services.

BIOLASE WaterLase® iPlus™ 2.0

This handheld tool uses the power of lasers during laser gum surgery to cut through soft tissues and remove diseased gums without harming healthy gums. Not only is it fast, but it is extremely comfortable. Patients are amazed at how little friction it creates, reducing the need for stronger anesthetics.

 

 

 

Piezosurgery®

Our sonic device used during Piezosurgery® helps us cut effortlessly through and smooth bone with incredible precision during treatments such as osseous surgery. Forget about the need for metal tools when this type of high-tech tool is available.

There are several keys to achieving a successful dental implantation. One of them is knowing exactly where to place the titanium-based dental implant posts in the jawbone. Dr. Curry Leavitt trusts the GALILEOS® cone beam and its incredible technology to provide insightful images that help guide his final placement decision.

The GALILEOS® cone beam takes incredibly detailed images of the soft and hard tissues in your mouth. These visuals pinpoint the ideal spots for surgical implantation. Without the GALILEOS® cone beam, Dr. Leavitt would have to rely on less accurate methods to determine where your bone mass is strongest to support a single dental implant, denture, bridge, or other prosthesis.

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The Obvious and Not-So-Obvious Problems With Missing Teeth

Estimates place the number of Americans over the age 30 with at least one missing tooth in the millions. Yet not everyone seems concerned by this fact. What they might not realize is that having at least one missing tooth is a risky proposition. If you do not seek to replace your missing tooth, you could find yourself dealing with:

  • Progressive gum disease
  • Other teeth falling out or requiring extraction
  • Movement/shifting of adjacent teeth
  • Problems with your bite patterns
  • Difficulty speaking and/or eating
  • Worries about your appearance

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Why Replace Your Missing Teeth With Dental Implants?

If you have a traditional removable denture, you know how frustrating it can be to make it look and feel like a part of your mouth. Not only are old-fashioned dentures notoriously tough to keep in place, but they limit your ability to eat what you want. A better solution is state-of-the-art All-on-4® dental implants, which allow you to have an implant-supported removable bridge that is securely anchored in place.

By replacing your missing teeth with All-on-4® dental implants, you can gain all the benefits of having a full smile without dealing with traditional denture challenges.

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