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Dr. Timothy Barber Offers Patients New, Permanent Smiles Without Major Surgery

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New Castle, PA cosmetic dentist, Dr. Timothy Barber, is offering local patients who are suffering with missing, failing, or broken permanent teeth the chance to get a new, permanent smile without major surgery. Using mini dental implants, Dr. Barber is able to provide restored smiles that are just as strong and durable as traditional dental implants, but don’t require extensive procedures or healing, and are also more affordable.

June 6, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

New Castle, PA cosmetic dentist, Dr. Timothy Barber, is offering local patients who are suffering with missing, failing, or broken permanent teeth the chance to get a new, permanent smile without major surgery. Using mini dental implants, Dr. Barber is able to provide restored smiles that are just as strong and durable as traditional dental implants, but don’t require extensive procedures or healing, and are also more affordable.

Millions of adult patients throughout the U.S. have lost permanent teeth due to injury, decay, or other health problems, and a large majority of adults—especially seniors—must rely on removable dentures for everyday function. Missing permanent teeth are not only embarrassing for the patient, but can also cause problems with bone and gum resorption. Patients with removable dentures can also struggle with digestion issues or an insufficient diet due to the chewing restrictions their oral devices present. With the mini dental implant procedure, Dr. Barber is helping patients overcome these issues and finally get a permanent smile they can be proud to show off.

“Dental implants really are the latest, most advanced procedure the industry has right now to help patients with restorative care, but mini dental implants take it a step further by offering patients more convenience and ultimately more affordability,” said Dr. Timothy Barber, mini dental implant dentist in New Castle, PA. “With mini implants, we’re able to get patients their new smile within a matter of a few hours over 1-2 office visits, without major incisions, and without the restrictive costs that traditional dental implants present to most patients.”

Mini dental implants are approximately half the size of their traditional counterpart, meaning that the patient requires less bone density to support the implant, and the dentist doesn’t require as large of an incision to place the device. Because of this difference, mini dental implants can be completed in just one or two office visits, whereas traditional dental implants can take up to several months from start to finish.

Though smaller in size and less complex in procedure, mini dental implants are proven to be just as strong as traditional implants, and can last the lifetime of the adult patient with proper care and maintenance.

Dr. Timothy Barber is a native of the New Castle, PA area. He graduated from Neshannock High School, attendant Clarion University, and later attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, where he completed his DMD degree. Since graduation in 1994, Dr. Barber has worked in Youngstown, OH, Corry, PA, and The Woodlands, TX before returning to New Castle, PA in 2010. Dr. Barber places a high priority on participating in continuing education in dentistry, and annually averages approximately 80 hours of continual training per year, when most dentists average between 15-20 hours. He has received numerous accreditations and awards and is considered one of the top dental implant dentists in the New Castle, PA area.

To find more information about the mini dental implant procedure Dr. Timothy Barber offers to his New Castle, PA patients, please visit http://www.dental-implants-new-castle-pa.com/ and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gw9FUfOlBY4.

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