Are TADplants a viable solution for preserving dental implant receptor sites?

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Posted on By Paul Ouellette In Orthodontics

Easy removal of a TADplant (provisional dental implant) that was in patient's mouth for 4 years preserving implant site bone. Two lateral incisor implants removed in under 30 seconds each. TADplants can be placed in young patients in a few minutes without surgical flaps. Surgical guides at time of surgery were provided by Anatomage. TADplants are designed to hold receptor site bone until permanent dental implants are financially feasible or a patient has reached maturity. TADplants are packaged in a "bone-screw" format, not individually sterilized. User will sterilize TADplants, surgical instruments and accessories before using. The TADplant System is an affordable alternative for financially challenged patients. Do nothing and the patient will, more likely than not, require the added expense of bone grafting. Looking for implant dentists and medical device companies that will help us bring the TADplant to market this year. July 2014 insertion video will be also be posted. See Patent#s 9,629,696 April 25,2017 & 9,980,792 May 29, 2018

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Dental implants are designed to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth. In addition, implants give patients the confidence to smile, eat, and engage in social activities without worrying about how they look or if their dentures will fall out.
With proper care and maintenance, implants last as long as conventional restorations on teeth, with predictable outcomes.


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