News | January 14, 2020

DIA Dental Implant Center Improves Full Mouth Dental Implant Treatment In Austin, TX With Carbon™3D Technology

DIA Dental Implant Center acquires a Carbon 3D Printer, further improving their patented DIArch™ full mouth dental implant treatment in Austin, TX. This permanent tooth replacement solution provides so much stability that recipients of this revolutionary treatment are able to eat, speak, and smile with restored confidence.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) - DIA Dental Implant Center recently invested in a Carbon™ 3D printer, a wonderful addition to their cutting-edge in-house laboratory. One of the only private dental clinics in the country with a Carbon 3D printer, this industry-leading technology will improve the already advanced full mouth dental implant treatment available at DIA Dental Implant Center. Combining their expertise and drive for innovation, the team at DIA Dental Implant Center has patented their own teeth-in-a-day full mouth dental implant treatment, DIArch™. DIA Dental Implant Center will use the Carbon printer to enhance the accuracy and longevity of the full arch bridges placed in the DIArch™ tooth replacement treatment.

The Carbon 3D printer creates single, multiple, and full arch restorations with faster and more accurate results than a milling machine. This 3D printing process improves the fit, function, and comfort of the new teeth. Not only does the printed prosthesis have an incredibly accurate and comfortable fit in a patient’s mouth, but with full mouth dental implants created by the Carbon 3D printer, patients can return to complete oral function as well. Patients find that the comfort and stability of the Carbon printed prostheses allows them to eat their favorite foods again and speak without worry. Made of lasting materials that also looks natural, patients who receive these restorations report a noticeable boost in self-confidence due to their natural-looking and seamless smile.

DIA Dental Implant Center is one of the leading dental implant centers in the nation. They always remain one step ahead of advancements in the industry, including offering pterygoid and zygomatic implants and being one of the only practices to offer this innovative Carbon 3D printing technology. The dental implant specialists at DIA Dental Implant Center utilize Carbon technology to create reliable prostheses for their same-day full arch dental implant treatment, DIArch™.

Patients who receive DIArch™ can replace an entire arch of missing teeth in just one appointment. The highly skilled team at DIA Dental Implant Center strategically places four or more dental implants into a patient’s jawbone, to which the Carbon 3D printed prosthesis will attach. Once in place, this prosthesis provides a tooth replacement solution that can last over 20 years when properly maintained.

Those looking for a permanent tooth replacement in Austin, TX can connect with the specialists at DIA Dental Implant Center for customized full mouth dental implants. To schedule an appointment with this innovative and experienced team, visit http://www.diadentalimplants.com or call the office at 512-375-0050.

About the Practice
DIA Dental Implant Center was founded by Dr. Dan Holtzclaw, one of the world’s leading authorities on full arch immediately loaded dental implant treatment. Using experience from thousands of dental implant procedures, Dr. Holtzclaw pioneered the DIArch™ implant teeth-in-a-day treatment concept, which allows patients to receive a new dental implant smile in just one day. With an in-house laboratory utilizing world-class Zirkonzahn™ technology, staff oral surgeons, staff prosthodontists, and experienced dental technicians, DIA Dental Implant Center is able to provide industry-leading dental implant treatment in one convenient location, eliminating the need for patients to travel to multiple offices, as is required with most traditional dental offices. To learn more about the DIA Dental Implant Center advantage visit http://www.diadentalimplants.com or call 512-375-0050.

Source: PRWeb

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