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today Greater New York Dental Meeting Nov. 26, 2017

20 exhibitors Greater New York Dental Meeting — Nov. 26, 2017 Tested, validated, preferred By Dentatus Staff n Dentatus implants are safe, long- term solutions that you can rely on to provide patients with immediate function with minimal discomfort. What’s more, according to the com- pany, Dentatus is the only system of its kind where a crown can be changed and adapted over time without caus- ing any damage to the implant itself. The upshot? In a single visit, a Dentatus ANEW implant is placed and a temporary crown is fabricated. Patients can immediately enjoy the benefits of an esthetic restoration and can conveniently schedule the next visit. In the United States, Europe and Japan, more than 240 million people lack at least one tooth. In the U.S. alone, that number is 178 million. But, for a variety of reasons — medi- cal, clinical, emotional, financial or maybe simply a lack of awareness that new teeth can be placed in one short minimally invasive procedure — a minority seeks implant proce- dures. Since Dentatus ANEW® implants AD Here in New York To learn more about ANEW implants and the ‘Get Your Patients Selfie-Ready’ campaign, stop by the Dentatus booth, No. 1714 . the Dentatus ANEW implant is both a time- and money-saver, the company asserts. Simply put, you can put your trust in this tested system that involves fewer procedures, requires less chair time and uses less hardware than is needed with standard implants, according to the company. Dentatus Anew leaves more healthy bone intact — causing mini- mal trauma — and is known to result in less bone loss, according to the com- pany. With just one short session, a secure provisional restoration is fab- ricated, allowing you conveniently, and at your own pace, to schedule your next visit. In Quintessence’s International Journal of Periodontics and Restora- tive Dentistry, Dr. Stuart Froum and the implant team at NYU published “Long-term Retrospective Evalu- ation of Success of Narrow Diam- eter Implants in Esthetic Areas: A Consecutive Case Series with Three to 14 Years Follow-up,” documenting a 14-year follow-up on narrow-diameter implants. This case series evaluates peri- implant bone remodeling, bone loss, esthetic outcomes and, most impor- tantly, patient satisfaction with the final restoration. No implant fail- ures or prosthetic complications were reported, and all patients reported that they were “very satisfied.” Visit Dentatus at booth No. 1714 to pick up a reprint and also be sure to check out the newest campaign, “Get Your Patients Selfie-Ready”— an easy- to-read patient education brochure touting the benefits of implants for your patients who have questions or hesitation about treatment. In our selfie-oriented world, a full comple- ment of teeth is more important than ever before. The brochure explains how patients will walk out with a new tooth that feels secure, believably natural and permanent. 5 ANEW implants. (Photo/Provided by Dentatus) are considerably thinner than most other implants — available in 1.8, 2.2, 2.4 and 2.8 mm diameters — they overcome anatomical limita- tions. Because there is no need to orthodontically move teeth to create interdental space or to undergo ridge augmentation in order to build bone,

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