3 Reasons Our
Process Stands Out
Experience and Training — Dr. Klym has received extensive training from some of the best implant dentists in the world and he’s been placing implants for over 20 years. He enjoys the creative part of dentistry and takes pride in finding the perfect solution for every patient’s smile.
A Solution to Match Your Lifestyle — We offer a wide range of implant solutions at our practice so we can replace any number of missing teeth. Even if you’re looking to restore one or both arches, we can enhance your smile with firm-fitting implant-supported dentures. We also offer immediate load implants for patients who want to speed up the implant process.
Complete Implant Care Under One Roof — At Northwood Dental Clinic, we won’t send you all over town for treatment. That’s because Dr. Klym performs every portion of the implant process right here in our office — from your initial consultation to placing your final restoration.
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If you’re ready to learn more about the dental implant process, Dr. Klym offers this informative e-book for your convenience. Check it out to discover more about the implant process and see what this exciting treatment can do for your smile.
In this e-book, you’ll find a side-by-side comparison of our featured implant solutions, among other useful information. If you’re ready to get a deeper understanding of dental implants with just one click, download our e-book today.
Our Implant Technology
We feature advanced technology at our practice to make your treatment as safe, fast, and comfortable as possible. For example, we use our CBCT “cone beam” scanner to produce high-resolution 3D images of your oral cavity.
This gives us a clear view of the hard and soft tissues in your smile such as teeth, bones, and gums. That way, we can effectively plan your implant surgery, anticipating potential issues in advance.
All of our surgical procedures are designed to improve the accuracy and safety of your treatment. We also use digital x-rays for clear images that are easy to store and retrieve. They’re much safer than traditional x-rays.
The Wand® is a computer-assisted anesthesia system. It’s safer, more accurate, and more comfortable than a traditional hand syringe. The Wand uses a computer to control the flow of anesthesia to the surgical area without creating any collateral numbness in the face or lips.