San Francisco’s First Robot-Assisted Implant Surgery Center
For such permanent and life-changing treatment as dental implants, delivering unparalleled surgical care isn’t just a goal. It’s our standard. With unmatched precision from Yomi® robotic technology and treatment from one of the leading implant dentists in the San Francisco Bay Area, we consistently achieve a 99% surgical success rate and outstanding prosthetic outcomes for every patient.
Led by Dr. Mohamed Ali, our team at Implants Pro Center© provides comprehensive care all under one roof, including teeth extraction, bone and tissue grafting, robot-assisted implant surgery, and provisional delivery. If you have missing teeth, it’s time to transition to a life of health, function, and confidence with our dental implants in San Francisco, CA. Reserve your virtual or FREE in-person consultation today!
Dr. Ali is a pioneer in implant dentistry and the first to bring Yomi® robot-assisted implant surgery to the San Francisco Bay Area. He’s the founder of Implants Pro Center©, a world-renowned practice offering comprehensive implant treatment in a single location. Known in the area for his versatility and innovation, Dr. Ali has placed over 10,000 dental implants and completes over 100 full arch cases annually with a 99% success rate. As a result, he’s considered one of the best implant dentists in San Francisco, CA and a leading choice for your dental implant treatment.Read More
Yomi robotic technology allows us to complete dental implant surgery at the highest standard of precision, efficiency, and accuracy regardless of case complexity. Along with superior patient comfort, we can deliver new smiles at a 99% success rate, with outstanding long-term success.
Office-based anesthesia capabilities let you experience maximum treatment comfort and a pain-free surgical experience. We are certified to provide IV sedation, with chair-side assistance from a licensed anesthesiologist to offer general anesthesia safely and effectively for complex cases.
Fully digital dental laboratory and in-house technicians produce provisionals and finals with superior accuracy and fast turnarounds. With complete quality control, we provide precision-crafted restorations and same-day delivery of new teeth, with a 10-year guarantee.
Yomi offers critical insights to assist with personalized surgical planning and guides the dentist’s hand throughout the implant procedure, while allowing for dynamic adjustments per the dentist’s clinical expertise. It also provides a minimally invasive approach, leading to faster surgery and faster recovery with less pain for a patient. Robotic haptic guidance gives the accuracy, precision, and intraoperative flexibility of robotic surgical platforms. Additionally, it aids in excellent visibility in the surgical field that boosts the surgeon’s confidence that you cannot get anywhere else. Hence, in a nutshell, it allows the surgeon to know exactly which direction to go to place the implant properly.
Tooth loss and damage to the jaw bone and tissues are often challenging for your dentist during oral surgery or implant placement. Without enough support in the jaw bone, dental implants cannot be immediately stabilized and tissue healing can be a long process. The solution to these and other difficult situations is a new Platelet Therapy created from your own blood. Leukocyte – Platelet Rich Fibrin (L-PRF) promotes healing and bone growth from within your own body using your own blood. With a simple blood draw and an advanced technology protocol, L-PRF is individually made for you – from you. The end results are improved healing response and significantly less recovery time.
Laser technology benefits our patients mainly in gum and periodontal structure treatments. Laser sterilizes the gum pockets around the teeth so that post-treatment gum infection does not occur. Laser also boosts the energy of the cells in the soft tissue of the gums and release growth hormones and cytokines to aid in healing and regeneration of good tissue.
Digital X-rays offer a huge advantage in early detection and preventative services. Advanced image manipulation and analysis allows Dr. Mohamed Ali to detect early stages of gum disease through recognition of bone level changes.
CEREC® CAD/CAM is the epitome of modern dentistry. In just 2 hours, you can have a crown! There are no temporaries and no need for a second visit. CEREC® CAD/CAM is less invasive, provides a precise fit, and delivers durable, natural looking crowns.
The oral-cancer screening device called Velascope is used during routine examinations to detect pre-cancerous lesions. If any of our patients have any pre-cancerous trace in their mouth, we can detect it right away and advice the best way forward. This is huge for patient safety because the early discovery of oral cancer makes a huge difference in the success of cancer therapy.
Electronic dental records are an integrated part of our practice management system. Our paperless system delivers electronic charting, digital imaging, and enhanced case presentation where it is needed most, chairside. It helps keep our practice ready to adapt to any futuristic modern technologies, all while staying green and kind to the environment.
Our HIPPA compliant Updox teledentistry software promises to provide quick services to our wide range of patients. If you have any dental problems, it can take a while to get an appointment that fits your schedule. Our teledentistry services refer to various technologies and tactics to deliver virtual dental services through video conference calls, telephones, tablets, etc. It allows for the gathering and exchange of informative data with our dental professionals. Also, patients’ data can support the delivery of dental care, diagnoses, consultations, and treatment. We are hopeful that teledentistry will be a panacea during this COVID-19 pandemic and help people who are at a distance or have a paucity of time.
Provides enhanced bonding (osseous integration) of implants to bone by treating dental implant surfaces with UV rays (photofunctionalization). Dental implants typically only have 45-55% of their surfaces active for bonding to the surrounding bone when first taken out of the vial/container. When treating dental implants with photofunctionalization, the percentage of active surfaces on dental implants more than doubles to 98.2%, which contributes to more stable implants placed in the bone and a better overall surgical and healing outcome.
Patients who have parafunctional habits (grinding and/or clenching) will unintentionally subject implants to excessive and premature stresses, which could contribute to implant failures. To provide patients with proven relaxation of overactive muscles and prevent implants from failing, we provide Botox injections to alleviate the associated risks with parafunctional habits.
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