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Get a free guide to the implant process from Dr. Rule in Gurnee
The dental implants process can be a source of anxiety for many patients and understandably so. However, our free, convenient dental implants process guide can help ease your fears.
Dental implants are ideal for replacing one or several missing teeth. They look, feel and function just like natural, healthy teeth!
The best part is that implants are permanent - which is why you need to learn more about the dental implants process. The worst fear is fear of the unknown. We can help with overcoming that!
Use our step-by-step guide on How Dental Implants Are Placed to learn exactly what Dr. Rule will do to give you a permanently beautiful smile.
Dr. Rule is a graduate of the MISCH International Implant Institute, and a skilled expert in this procedure.
— Peggy V., Actual Patient
Recently Dr. Rule did some restorative work for me. People look at me and can't quite figure out what's different. It means I just look natural.
Dental Implants require a simple surgical procedure to insert a post into the jaw bone, attached to an abutment which connects the post to the crown, creating a prosthetic tooth.
Finally, you can smile with confidence knowing your dental implants looks like a natural, healthy tooth!
Our free step-by-step guide will help you know what to expect during the dental implant process and relieve any anxiety you may feel. You can feel confident in knowing that you’re working with the best dental implant dentist in Gurnee.
You can trust Dr Bradley Rule to create a smile you’ll have for the rest of your life!
Once you’ve read our free dental implants process guide, give us a call!
A Cone Beam CT scan provides more information than a conventional x-ray.
Special equipment is used that produces three dimensional (3-D) images of the teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways and bone in a single scan that usually takes less than a minute.
A complete 360-degree scan is made while capturing multiple images from different angles that are reconstructed into a single 3-D image.
These highly detailed images are used to create a surgical guide that Dr. Rule will use to precisely place an implant into the perfect position.