New Teeth Today

The doctors at Berks Oral Surgery are trained and certified to provide New Teeth Today utilizing the specialized Nobel Guide Surgical Technique. This technology was recently developed in Europe and allows for collaboration between both the restorative doctor and the surgeon. This merging of knowledge and experience achieves not only increased safety, but also a more precise implant placement.

The Nobel Guide treatment concept is an exciting new implant treatment that enables the surgeons, in concert with the restoring dentist, to transform carefully preplanned treatment into clinical reality in an efficient and effective way. It is now possible to surgically place dental implants using a flapless surgical technique to obtain primary stability and to insert permanent teeth during a SINGLE APPOINTMENT. The implants are placed and the teeth are inserted in only one visit!

On the day of implant placement, the doctors will remove any nonrestorable teeth and infected tissue. The dental implants are then precisely placed within the bone. During this procedure, your restorative dentist works with your surgeon and prepares temporary but highly esthetic non-removable teeth custom fabricated to each patient’s face and smile line. The patient leaves the office with a stable, attractive smile. Within a few months, the implants will have totally fused to the natural bone, and your temporary prosthesis will be replaced with a stronger permanent one. In certain situations, the final prosthesis can be delivered at your initial surgery.

If you would like to learn more about this life-changing treatment modality or to see if you would be a candidate for New Teeth Today, All-on-4, or Nobel Guide Teeth in an Hour, please contact our office.  Additional information is also available at

Learn More About New Teeth Today At Berks Oral Surgery!

The right procedure can lead to a life-changing smile restoration in less time than you think possible. If you would like to learn more, call Berks Oral Surgery at 610-374-4093!