I’ve been working with denture patients for more than 20 years and I understand the many hassles and embarrassments that dentures cause, which is why I now provide the narrow body implant system.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
New York, NY cosmetic dentist Dr. Nick Mobilia recently introduced narrow body implant system as an effective alternative for his denture patients. Millions of denture patients across the nation are already experiencing the benefits of the new anchor system which eliminates all of the obstacles associated with wearing dentures. The narrow body implant system is FDA market-approved, affordable and utilizes cutting-edge technology that gives patients relief, comfort and confidence they never thought possible with traditional dentures.
“I’ve been working with denture patients for more than 20 years and I understand the many hassles and embarrassments that dentures cause, which is why I now provide the narrow body implant system,” said Dr. Nick Mobilia of Elite Dental Arts in New York, NY. “I want to give my patients the confidence and normalcy they deserve in life.”
More than half of denture wearers in America experience at least one complication as a result of wearing dentures without the new anchor system. Before the narrow body implant system, denture patients suffered from loose fitting dentures that caused friction and rubbing on soft gum tissue, which lead to sores in the mouth and eventually infection and bad breath. Patients also suffered from bone loss as another severe result of loose fitting dentures.
Denture Comfort with Atlas Anchors is a new technique that slows ridge decline, encourages retention of the tissues and secures dentures comfortably, without the hassle of adhesives or frequent visits to the dentist for relining and adjusting. This implant system applies the use of four to six Atlas implant anchors, which are smaller in diameter than typical implants and do not require invasive incisions. Atlas anchors attach the dentures to the gums and subsequently are not fused to the bone of the jaw. To cushion the dentures even more, Dr. Mobilia fits a soft silicon liner onto the patient’s dentures. In less than an hour, he completes the implant system with local anesthesia.
In addition to narrow body implants, Dr. Nick Mobilia restores implants and he provides comprehensive general and cosmetic dentistry. He is a certified and trained sedation dentist and Invisalign dentist in New York, NY to give patients a full range of options for straight, beautiful smiles.
Before graduating from NYU College of Dentistry in 1990 with a doctorate in dental surgery, Dr. Nick Mobilia received his undergraduate degree from Fordham University. He has extensive postgraduate training from the L.D. Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education and the Dawson Center for the Advancement of Dentistry. Dr. Mobilia remains in the forefront of dental practice and technology. He seeks to provide the highest level of care at his practice through extended education and active participation in professional affiliations such as the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, American Academy of Implant Dentistry and others. He has fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry and has post-doctoral certifications in the diagnosis and treatment of masticatory systems problems, synthetic bone substitutes and clinical applications of CO2 dental laser and in prosthetic implant system restoration.
For more information about the narrow body implant system or any of the dental services provided by Dr. Nick Mobilia, please visit http://www.EliteDentalArts.com and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-pW6TtfNQA.