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Trusted dentist, Dr. Brian Francis, welcomes new patients for a complete dental implant experience at his leading practice in Billings, MT. A practice dedicated to empowering patients to receive the care they need, they also do everything possible to make dental care comfortable and convenient.
BILLINGS, Mont. (PRWEB) July 13, 2018
Dr. Brian Francis, a leading Montana dentist, invites new patients in and around Billings, MT for dental implants, with or without a referral. Offering a full range of dental implant treatments from bone grafting to computer-guided surgical placement to the final restoration using CEREC technology, he welcomes new patients to conveniently complete their entire dental implants experience at one state-of-the-art office.
Although considered the leading long-term tooth replacement solution today, Dr. Francis remarks, “The way dental implants are placed now is even different from five years ago.” Further advancing the accuracy and longevity of dental implants in Billings, MT, he uses modern 3D cone beam CT (CBCT) imaging technology and specialized software to create custom surgical guides for each patient. In relation to computer-guided implant placement Dr. Francis reports, “Patients are more comfortable, have less post-operative pain, it’s more accurate for us and if there’s going to be a problem, we’ll foresee it before the surgery even starts.”
CBCT imaging technology can also be combined with CEREC technology for lasting dental implant restorations to perfect a seamless smile. These custom restorations are made in-office and can often be ready in just one day. Those with dental fear or anxiety are often more comfortable receiving dental implants in Billings, MT, from this team. “Patients report either zero pain or one day of minimal pain versus two to three weeks of pain,” says Dr. Francis. Oral sedation, nitrous oxide and IV sedation are also offered in order to accommodate each patient’s unique comfort levels. Whenever necessary, Dr. Francis also provides bone grafting and tooth extractions.
Before offering any of these services, Dr. Francis takes time to sit with each patient, learn their dental and personal goals and create a complete treatment plan considering each of their needs. To receive a comprehensive dental implant experience by a skilled dentist, call Dr. Francis at 406-656-9635 to schedule a custom consultation for dental implants in Billings, MT. To learn more about Dr. Francis’ qualifications, advanced technology or the treatments he offers, visit his website at http://www.brianfrancisdmd.com.
About the Doctor
Dr. Brian Francis is a skilled and caring general dentist offering custom dental care at his practice in Billings, MT. Using the latest dental technology, Dr. Francis offers numerous services including lasting dental implant treatment, custom cosmetic dentistry using digital smile design techniques and minimally invasive laser dentistry. Always offering modern, minimally invasive techniques, Dr. Francis stays up-to-date on new advancements in dentistry and has trained with numerous prestigious organizations including the Spear Institute. Dr. Francis and his entire team are passionate about creating and growing personal connections with each patient and take an interest in understanding and meeting each patient’s unique goals. To learn more about Dr. Francis, his practice or his team, visit http://www.brianfrancisdmd.com or call 406-656-9635.
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