Miami Beach, FL Prosthodontist, Dr. Howard Abrahams, Uses Advanced Imaging Technology for Precise, Reliable Dental Implant Placement

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Dr. Abrahams now welcomes new patients, with or without a referral, to receive dental treatment using cone beam CT imaging technology. This modern technology improves procedure accuracy and treatment planning when receiving tooth extractions or dental implants in Miami Beach, FL.

Dr. Howard Abrahams, Prosthodontist in Miami Beach, FL

Dr. Howard Abrahams Offers Long-Lasing Dental Implants in Miami Beach, FL

It is invaluable and allows us to attempt procedures that might have been considered too risky in the past.

Prosthodontist, Dr. Howard Abrahams now welcomes new patients to his practice for advanced dental care using cone beam CT imaging technology. This technology allows Dr. Abrahams a detailed view of the patient’s mouth during the treatment planning process for procedures like tooth extractions or dental implants in Miami Beach, FL. With detailed information of the oral structure, patients can expect successful treatments with improved aesthetic results.

Dr. Abrahams has used the Vatech CBCT scanning technology since 2013 during his treatment planning, and is now making it available to more patients. “It is invaluable and allows us to attempt procedures that might have been considered too risky in the past,” says Dr. Abrahams. “Also, it allows us to treatment plan in advance with more certainty so I can give the patient a full treatment plan with all costs up front, so there are no surprises.”

The practice uses this cone beam CT scan technology for multiple procedures, including:

When a CBCT scan is performed, it takes a 3D view of the entire oral structure. This gives Dr. Abrahams a detailed look at the bone volume, location of nerves and positioning of surrounding tooth roots. After this information has been gathered, Dr. Abrahams can accurately create a treatment plan and give patients an estimated cost of their procedures.

The CBCT scans can also improve the safety of procedures. By knowing the position of a root prior to tooth extractions, Dr. Abrahams can avoid damaging the jaw bone or surrounding teeth. Additionally, when placing dental implants, a CBCT scan reveals the location of nerves and bone volume. This information is important when planning implant placement so the post is inserted in areas with most bone and avoids damaging nerves.

Patients who are seeking precise dental care for procedures like dental implants in Miami Beach, FL, can contact Dr. Abrahams to learn more at 305-921-0082 or by visiting http://www.dentalimplantsmiamibeach.com.

About the Doctor

Dr. Howard Abrahams is an esteemed prosthodontist who specializes in a wide variety of dental concerns, from simple to the most complex. He has completed a three-year specialty program in advanced prosthodontics with a focus on dental implant and cosmetic rehabilitation. Dr. Abrahams is a member of the American College of Prosthodontists, The Academy of Osseointegration, American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics, South Florida District Dental Association and American Dental Association. To learn more about Dr. Abrahams or the services he offers, please visit his website at http://www.dentalimplantsmiamibeach.com or call 305-921-0082 to schedule an appointment.

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