White and Haines Advanced Dentistry Offers Permanent Implant Supported Dentures to Huntersville, NC

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Patients with missing teeth or dentures in Huntersville, NC, can now visit White and Haines Advanced Dentistry to experience the benefit of implant supported dentures with or without a referral. The practice places dental implants with high success and precision thanks to the advanced technology of cone beam CT scans and surgical guides, so patients can enjoy the many health and aesthetic benefits of a secure, restored smile.

Drs. Steven White and Brad Haines, Huntersville, NC Dentists

Drs. Steven White and Brad Haines Offer a Lifetime of Support with Dental Implants in Huntersville, NC

Through the use of cutting-edge dental implants, Drs. Steven White and Brad Haines are able to secure loose dentures to improve the bite and restore confidence to patients.

Patients who currently wear dentures in Huntersville, NC or are in need of replacing their teeth with a full-arch alternative are now welcomed to White and Haines Advanced Dentistry in Cornelius, NC for implant supported dentures with or without a referral. Through the use of cutting-edge dental implants, Drs. Steven White and Brad Haines are able to secure loose dentures to improve the bite and restore confidence to patients. The practice performs implant surgery with state-of-the-art technology, including 3D cone beam CT (CBCT) scans and custom surgical guides.

Dental implants are considered the gold standard of tooth replacement as they provide functional, health and aesthetic benefits to the patient. When someone is missing teeth, their jaw bone is not being stimulated by the tooth root, and begins to recede, even when replaced with dentures. The implant post mimics the function of a tooth root and stimulates the bone to prevent deterioration. Drs. White and Haines are able to retrofit existing dentures, or provide patients with a new one, that “snap” into these dental implants for additional security and strength. Implant supported dentures offer multiple benefits over traditional dentures, including:

  • Security in the mouth
  • Improved bite and speech
  • Prevention of bone deterioration
  • Enhanced self-confidence

White and Haines Advanced Dentistry is known for their advanced technology to improve the patient experience. When placing implant supported dentures the doctors always use a CBCT and dental guide for improved success and predictability. A 3D image provided by the CBCT machine allows the doctors to see detailed information about the bone volume and location of nerves. This information is used to create a customized surgical guide that controls where the doctors are able to place the implants, so the results are in the ideal location.

Most patients experience an overall increase to their quality of life after their dentures are secured with dental implants. Those interested in replacing their dentures in Huntersville, NC with implant supported dentures can contact the office of White and Haines Advanced Dentistry at 704-896-9535 or visit http://www.drswhiteandhaines.com.

About the Practice

White and Haines Advanced Dentistry is a general dental practice offering personalized dental care to patients in Cornelius, NC. Dr. Steven White offers more than 20 years of experience in general and cosmetic dentistry. He has served as a mentor at the Nash Institute for Dental Learning as well as an instructor with the Advanced Aesthetics Program. Dr. Brad Haines was named a Top 40 Dentist Under 40 in Incisal Edge Magazine and brings more than a decade of experience in general and cosmetic dentistry. Drs. White and Haines strive to understand each patient’s unique set of goals to help them reach a healthy smile and they are members of the American Dental Association, Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation and Charlotte Dental Society, among many others. To learn more about Drs. White or Haines or the services they offer at their practice, please visit their website at http://www.drswhiteandhaines.com or call 704-896-9535 to schedule an appointment.

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