When you need dental implants, it’s a good idea to have all your care under one roof. That’s where NuArch by Dr. Sal comes in: we have an in-house dental lab that not only speeds your treatment, but also greatly improves your chances of success. We strive to be your all-in-one facility for dental implants in Ashland, MA, and our dental laboratory is a large part of what makes that possible.
Because our laboratory is on-site, we don’t have to send your scans to an outside lab. This reduces the amount of time your treatment takes, enabling you to get your new smile faster.
Our expert implant dentist supervises the entire process of making your dental implants, working directly with the lab technicians to ensure a perfect fit for your new teeth.
Outside dental labs often come with extra charges, which many implant dentists pass on to the patients. With our in-house dental lab, we can avoid these fees, and we pass these savings on to you.
Having an in-house dental lab means that the process of getting dental implants is more convenient for you: instead of having to make multiple trips for fittings that are sent to an outside laboratory, we can make adjustments to your restorations in-house. This means fewer visits to our Ashland, MA dental office.
Throughout your treatment Dr. Sal work with his lab technicians to ensure your teeth look and feel natural. We’d ask your feedback about the shape and the shade of your teeth so you have the smile you’ve always wanted.
NuArch by Dr. Sal uses state-of-the-art technology in its in-house dental laboratory. This includes an in-house milling machine that we use to create restorations, bypassing the need for a third-party manufacturer. We also have a 3D printer, which is used to create precision surgical guides for your implants. Whether you need one tooth replaced or full NuArch by Dr. Sal, our detailed scans of your mouth and jaw let us use this printer to create these guides, improving your chances of success after dental implant surgery.
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