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Scottsdale Dentist Offering Affordable Dental Implants to Help Practice New Technique

jaw boneA select group of lucky Arizonans are being given the opportunity to receive discounted dental implants as part of a special training workshop organized by a local dentist.

According to AZ Big Media, Scottsdale dentist Terry Work of Dental Works Family Dentistry is seeking patients to take part in the enticing program as a way to educate his peers about a new procedure.

While the procedure would normally cost a patient up to $1,900, Dr. Work is offering the service to qualifying patients at the low price of $699.

“This is a great opportunity for someone who otherwise couldn’t afford a dental implant to receive one,” Dr. Work said. “This new implant placement technique provides excellent aesthetic results, and is a safe and simple protocol for dentists.”

Dental implants are part of a specialized category of dentistry in which an artificial root is placed into the jaw to secure a replacement tooth. Patients often forgo the procedure in an attempt to save money, but Dr. Work’s offer is giving a lucky few the chance to fix their pearly whites at a discount.

About 60% of adults ages 20-64 have been to the dentist in the past year, though only a select few require dental implants. According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, only about three million people in the U.S. currently have dental implants, but that number is growing by 500,000 a year as new techniques like this are being introduced.

Potential patients interested in the new procedure should call the Dental Works office at (602) 315-8612 to schedule a free evaluation. Those who are chosen will be notified and have their appointment scheduled for Oct. 16-17 of this year.

Any dentists looking to learn about this exciting new technique should contact Megan Drake at (602) 315-8612 or send an email to megan.drake@instradent.com.

The workshop, entitled “Modern Concepts in Implant Dentistry: Beyond the Morse Taper Connection,” will be held from Oct. 15-17 at the Dental Works Family Dentistry office.

As an added bonus, dentists who complete the course will receive 20 CE credits.

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