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What is Hybridge?

Patients who have come to the realization that replacing their natural teeth with dental implants makes the most sense must begin the process of evaluating the dentists who offer implant services and the process itself. In a nutshell, Hybridge provides highly qualified dentists, a consistent process, and offers both quality dental implants and the final Hybridge® restorations they support.

The Hybridge Dental Implant

Hybridge requires that all Hybridge Certified Doctors throughout the country utilize the highest level of quality dental implants for their Hybridge restorations. The use of these specific implant systems that meet our strict standards, ensures that the foundation of support for the final Hybridge Full Arch restoration is dependable and long lasting. This consistency is one of the hallmarks of the Hybridge brand.

Hybridge Certified Dental Implant Dentists

Hybridge Dental Implant solutions are offered by a nationwide network of leaders in the field of implant dentistry. The criteria required to become a Hybridge certified provider is at the foundation of a selection process that ensures this national network is comprised of only specialists and highly trained dentists. These standards ensure that patients can trust the qualifications of the providers they choose to solve their complex dental problems. In addition to qualification criteria, each Hybridge Certified Dentist must complete multiple rigorous training courses when learning the Hybridge clinical process — a proven process established over the last 25 years by its founders Drs. Frank and James LaMar.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are typically made of titanium and are similar in shape and size to a natural tooth root. Titanium is the material of choice for dental implants due to its strength, durability and its ability to fuse to bone over time. The process of the bone fusing to the implant’s surface is called osseointegration. The bone cells attach themselves to the implant during this period of healing. A dental implant, also called an endosseous root-form implant, is a man made replacement for a tooth root. Dental implants are ideal for patients who have missing or compromised teeth due to periodontal disease, decay, injury or for those who have congenitally missing teeth. They can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or an entire upper and/or lower jaw of teeth.

Single Tooth Dental Implant

By replacing one single tooth and avoiding the conventional bridge approach, the adjacent teeth are preserved. Dental implants come in various sizes of length and width. Since molars typically do most of the work during chewing, using an implant of maximum size is always preferred. By determining the exact jaw dimensions prior to implant surgery, the implant team is able to decide on just the right implant for the tooth to be replaced. Dental CT scan technology is used to plan the implant surgery in a precise manner by using computer assisted planning software.

Multiple Dental Implant Teeth

Hybridge Treatment Protocols have been developed with safety and efficiency in mind. By establishing rigorous standards and techniques, the practice of implant dentistry is brought to a new level. A patient-centered approach ensures that ideal treatment outcomes are achieved in a swift, efficient manner. When both the number of appointments and the number of weeks to complete each treatment are shortened through greater efficiency, the cost of Hybridge tooth replacement can be as affordable as possible for each of our patients. The greatest cost efficiencies occur when the number of teeth being replaced increases. Dental implants are proven to be many times stronger than natural teeth. As such, one implant can often support the load of more than one tooth. Hybridge Treatment Protocols determine and establish the fewest number of dental implants that are required to support the specific number of missing teeth. By minimizing the number of implants, the cost per tooth significantly decreases to the benefit of our patients.

Online Dental Implant Seminar

The Online Hybridge Dental Implant Seminar walks you through the dental implant process while sharing the various dental implant options that are available to you. You can watch the entire seminar from beginning to end, or simply skip to a specific chapter that may interest you.

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