Dr. Brand and the team at Dental Implants of Ocala dedicate their time to optimal patient experience and keeping up with the latest advanced technology. Dr. Brand completed his residency with the United States Army, providing the best care possible. Choosing our team is simple. We are a full experienced team with allows people to live with a better quality of life.
Dental Implants of Ocala provide care for all kinds of dental needs, including: advanced gum disease, dental implant surgery, sedation services, missing teeth, and restorative dental care.
Patients all over Florida trust us with their dental care needs, as we provide services to everyone with the best possible care.
Never doubt your confidence or smile again. The All-on-4 treatment is a life changing way to receive beautiful and functional teeth while providing you with a healthy smile. Full mouth dental implants will deliver a strong replacement of teeth that will put the pep back in your smile.
Whether you’re dealing with severe jaw bone loss or complete tooth loss, the full arch dental implant procedure will transform your life in just one treatment. During the full mouth dental implant process, your specialist will place four dental implants that will give your mouth back its structure and allow you to eat any foods you please. You no longer have to fear speaking to people or enjoying dinner with friends, you will be able to fully enjoy your life again.
When seeking out full mouth dental implants, you will enter your doctor’s office with teeth that make you feel apprehension, to feeling as confident as can be in just one visit. The All-on-4 treatment will replace your teeth with strength and aesthetics, so you will be back to your normal self.
When you come in for full mouth dental implants, you will have a general treatment plan. From there, your doctor will specialize your course of action to you. Here is the basic treatment plan you will undergo:
Complimentary consultation – we discuss your smile goals, current oral condition, and treatment needs. Your initial visit with us will allow us to learn about your dental dreams and gather full information about you that will allow us to understand how to personalize your plan.
Implant surgery – we will extract any remaining teeth and, while you are comfortably sedated, place your perfect dental implants.
Healing time – dental implants require 3-4 months to fully heal. During this time, your implant will integrate with your jaw bone.
Final prosthesis – when the dental implants have healed, we take impressions of your mouth and verify correction. The information gathered will be used to create a wax try-in that you can wear, allowing us to perfect the aesthetic look using our digital software.
Live with confidence – with your full arch completed, you will be able to enjoy a life full of confidence from your new beautiful and functional teeth that are permanently fixed in your mouth!
When you plan your full mouth treatment in Gainesville, FL with Dr. Brand, you will find many places you can show off your brand new smile.
Gainesville is full of shopping and restaurants and museums to enjoy. When you go downtown, you will find amazing museums and a theatre for all of your entertainment. After your fun, enjoy delicious restaurants around the city.
If you’re looking for a bigger thrill in Gainesville, there are kayaking opportunities, beautiful golf spots and sporting events.
Whatever you’re looking to do, Gainesville has it. Show off your confidence and smile in your next adventure.
If you are staying in the Gainesville, Florida area and are looking to get to Dental Implants of Ocala:
-Get on I-75 S from S Main St and US-441 S for 12.6 mi
-From there, follow I-75 S to FL-200/SW College Rd in Ocala
-Take exit 350 from I-75 S
-For 3.5mi, follow FL-200 to SW 61st Ave until you reach Dental Implants of Ocala
When you have reached your final destination, get ready for the brand new smile of your dreams.
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