Computer-Guided Implant Surgery
Using our 3D computer imaging software, Dr. Shlafer can create a high-resolution virtual model of your smile. This allows him to view your entire mouth in a way that’s not possible with the naked eye. As a result, he can identify any potential issues that might interfere with your implant surgery and plan accordingly.
By using this technology as a guide, Dr. Shlafer can ensure safe and precise implant placement that will produce spectacular results. In addition, computer-guided surgery can speed up your overall treatment time and minimize the risk of any complications.
LANAP® Treatment For Gum Disease
Many patients need to get treatment for gum disease before they can receive dental implants. Dr. Shlafer is proud to offer LANAP, a far more comfortable and less invasive alternative to traditional surgery. Using the PerioLase MVP-7® from Millennium Dental Technologies, he can remove infected gum tissue without damaging any of your healthy tissue.
LANAP is faster, more effective, and more convenient than other gum disease treatments. Thanks to this technology, you can eliminate gum disease and get ready for implant surgery with minimal discomfort.
Visit Dr. Shlafer for Dental Implants
Give us a call at (248) 579-4925 to schedule your complimentary consultation or stop by to meet our exceptional team of dentists. We proudly serve patients from Westland, Livonia, Birmingham, Novi, Farmington Hills, and throughout Michigan.
Don’t wait, come and see how dentistry is done differently at Roman Shlafer, DDS.
Frequently Asked Questions
How are digital X-rays improving dental treatment?
Digital imaging is an outstanding improvement in dentistry that offers features to enhance the viewing experience, including any problem areas. Digital X-rays use low levels of radiation and are easily displayed instantly on a computer screen for both our patients and doctors to see. X-rays are important for diagnosing dental decay, failing crowns and fillings, planning dental implant placement, and more.
Is laser dentistry safe?
Yes! Laser dentistry is a completely safe and effective technique used in dentistry today. Lasers are less invasive than traditional drills and dental tools. They also offer a faster procedure time and recovery period than ever before. Laser technology is approved by the ADA, and our techniques will restore the health of your smile the right way.