Bringing nearly half a century of combined experience to their roles as dental providers, the board-certified periodontal team routinely helps people reclaim their oral health, function and appearance using leading-edge surgical techniques and equipment.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) October 17, 2018
At Greater Pittsburgh Dental Implants and Periodontics, Drs. Mark Weingarden and Sam Bakuri are actively working to educate people throughout their community on the value of replacing missing teeth with practically permanent long-lasting dental implants in Pittsburgh, PA. Bringing nearly half a century of combined experience to their roles as dental providers, the board-certified periodontal team routinely helps people reclaim their oral health, function and appearance using leading-edge surgical techniques and equipment.
Dental implants have become a welcome alternative for patients who have lost natural teeth due to trauma, illness, gum disease, decay or extraction. The American College of Prosthodontists estimates that around 120 million people throughout the nation have at least one missing tooth. By using advanced training and years of experience, Drs. Weingarden and Bakuri can precisely place single, multiple and full arch dental implants in Pittsburgh, PA.
The benefits of dental implants to replace missing teeth are well documented. Not only do they reduce the likelihood of bone loss through reabsorption, but they also decrease the chance of surrounding teeth moving into unnatural or uncomfortable positions. Plus, dental implants can alleviate the emotional and social problems related to not having a complete set of teeth, especially in visible locations like the front of the mouth.
Dedicated to implementing the latest advancements in dentistry, Drs. Weingarden and Bakuri recently acquired new digital imaging technology to eliminate messy, uncomfortable impressions. These, combined with CT scans and pictures taken during the consultation, ensure a precise and esthetically appealing results.
For people who want dental implants in Pittsburgh, PA, but first need bone grafting or other interventions, both doctors have expertise in preparing patients’ jaws, gums and teeth for upcoming dental implant surgery for exceptional outcomes. This allows candidates who might otherwise not be able to support dental implants to finally get the services and results they want.
In addition to their surgical abilities, Dr. Bakuri is certified in IV sedation, and Dr. Weingarden is an active member of the American Academy of Osseointegration. Those interested in making an initial appointment with either professional can call their Allison Park office location at 412-201-0633. Self-referrals are welcome.
About the Periodontists
Drs. Mark J. Weingarden and Sam Bakuri, board-certified periodontists, offer minimally invasive and comprehensive periodontal treatments at their practice in Allison Park, PA. Dr. Weingarden has been voted “Top Dentist” in Pittsburgh each year since 2011 and has served as a President of the Pennsylvania Society of Periodontology. An active member of numerous organizations, he also founded the Pittsburgh Dental Network in pursuit of higher learning. Helping others is Dr. Bakuri’s passion. He is certified in IV sedation, an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine and founder and director of the Pittsburgh Dental Horizon Study Club. This team believes in providing preventative care whenever possible and have been nationally recognized for their effective gum disease treatment. To learn more about Drs. Weingarden and Bakuri or the services they offer, visit their website http://www.pittsburghimplantsandperio.com or call 412-201-0633 to schedule a consultation.