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1818 Warm Springs Road
Columbus, GA 31904

Dr. William Campbell believes that information should be free, so our practice offers a free initial consultation appointment to answer any and all questions you may have regarding dental implants. Go ahead and schedule, you have nothing to lose!


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    Cutting Edge Technology

    We invest in the most advanced digital technology available on the market today to give our patients an amazing experience. Our intra-oral Scanner and Cone Beam CT allow us to digitally plan the case while the patient is not even in the office. Surgical Guides and custom milled temporary abutments allow for pin point accuracy and immediate teeth on many of our implant cases, so the patient can leave that day with a natural looking smile. Finally, our biotechnologies help create a better environment for implant placement and allow for faster healing after the procedure.


    Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) is a high-tech X-ray imaging system used by dental professionals to obtain three-dimensional (3D) imaging of the patient’s jawbone, teeth and other anatomical structures. The system rotates around the patient making it quick and non-invasive. CBCT allows for a more precise evaluation and surgical treatment plan.

    Intraoral Scanning

    Intraoral scanning is the latest technology used by dental professionals to capture digital images of a patient’s mouth, teeth, and tissue from multiple angles. A small wand with a specialized camera is passed along the lower and upper teeth creating a digital impression of the teeth and soft tissue. The impression is then used by labs to create multiple types of dental restorations, including dental implants, that are individually customized for a perfect fit.

    Computerized Surgical Planning

    Computerized surgical planning involves the use of computer software and 3D imagery for preoperative evaluation. This provides dental professionals with the ability to analyze the anatomy of a patient’s jaw and prepare a detailed surgical strategy in advance. These virtual models and computer demonstrations are often used to show patients how the procedure will be performed.

    Surgical Guide

    Surgical guides are utilized for the most optimal placement and positioning of dental implants. Customized for each patient, their purpose is to direct the implant placement to the precise operative site allowing for the best functional and aesthetic results. The surgical guide may rest on the teeth, gums, or bone, and some even have stops that help to control the depth of the implant.

    Custom Temporary Tooth

    After dental implant surgery, a temporary tooth (also known as a temporary restoration) is placed on top of the implant site to allow the patient to leave with a fixed tooth on the day of the implant procedure. In the past, a one-size-fits-all option was used, however, dental professionals now offer customized temporary restorations. This means the temporary tooth is hand-tailored to a patient’s specifications, resulting in a more natural feel and function. Customization also allows a patient to make a more informed decision about the size, shape and feel of the final restoration(s), while simultaneously enjoying a preview of their new smile.

    Enhancing Patient Bone Quality With Osseodensification

    Many times, patients have insufficient bone or bone that is very soft. Without enough bone, an implant cannot be placed in the site. Without dense bone, the stability of the implant is inadequate. Therefore, it is crucial to have enough bone width along with the proper bone density, to allow for better placement of an implant and the best long-term success. Osseodensification (aka bone densification) burs push bone outwards increasing bone density and have the ability to widen a narrow ridge. This allows for less bone grafting, so implants can be placed sooner and can even lead to quicker healing.

    PRGF (Plasma Rich Growth Factors)

    Plasma rich in growth factors (PRGF) is a product derived from a patient’s own blood. This platelet-enriched plasma stimulates the body’s healing process. When applied in high concentrations at the surgical site, PRGF helps to accelerate the tissue healing and bone regeneration process. This is a common practice used by dental professionals when preparing an area in a patient’s mouth for many types of surgical procedures.

    L-PRF: Your Own Power to Heal

    Leukocyte-Platelet Rich Fibrin is essentially a “band-aid” created from your blood and placed after a surgical procedure to enhance the natural healing process. L-PRF is 100% natural, virtually painless, biocompatible (because it comes from your body), increases healing and is FDA cleared. L-PRF can be used in almost any bone grafting or implant procedure and adds a concentration of cells and healing powers to speed up the healing process.

    Advanced Bone Grafting

    Some patients are told they do not have enough bone for implant placement. While this may be true currently, as an oral surgeon, Dr. Campbell has the skills and training to offer more advanced bone grafting options than most dental practices. If you have a narrow jawbone or lack bone in the sinus area, this bone can be regenerated to allow for implants to be placed as needed. If you have been told you cannot receive implants, come to us for a second opinion.

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