Increasing Case Acceptance with Narrow Diameter Implants
October 17, 2016
Single-crown placement is the most common restorative procedure and yet only 2.3 million implant-supported crowns are made annually, compared to the 178 million people in the US missing at least one tooth
By offering NDIs as a solution, clinicians are able to reach the aging population, adolescents looking for esthetic results, and patients concerned with costs
NDIs complement all recognized implant systems with no significant difference in failure and complication rates between them and standard-diameter implants.
With today’s cost of healthcare constantly on the rise, dental practitioners are rapidly becoming more proactive in considering alternative treatment modalities that offer solutions when patient objections limit access to care. Narrow diameter implants offer an immediate solution that is affordable, minimally invasive, fits into small comprised intertooth spaces, and forgoes the need for augmentation.
Narrow diameter implants allow for reduced procedure time, require less bone, are very strong, and best of all, less costly. Learn more about how integrating narrow diameter implants into your practice can help benefit patients who might otherwise go untreated.