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Dr. Reem Kidess is proud to be a part of the California Implant Institute class of 2015. Dr. Kidess has more than 20 years of experience restoring dental implants and her recent graduation from CII now enables her to provide a more comprehensive approach to treatment for her patients.
Dental Implant Surgery Qualifications
Dr. Reem Kidess has completed more than 300 hours of lectures, laboratory (hands-on training), webinars, live surgical demonstrations, and hands-on patient surgeries through the California Implant Institute (CCI). She has also received extensive training on the latest technologies available in the implant industry, including Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) and CAD-CAM Technology, which aid in treatment planning. These latest technologies lead to more predictable and successful outcomes for you, the patient.
What Are the Benefits to Offering In-House Implants?
Dental surgery isn’t always cut-and-dry, meaning that there can sometimes be unknown variables which puts a dental implant surgeon on-the-spot to make a decision. When it comes to the big picture, your dentist knows your dental goals best. The more services your dentist can personally facilitate, the closer he or she can tailor each piece to fit into your final goals.
Implantology and Restoration – It Just Makes Sense
Dental implants are an important part of smile restoration and over all dental health. The ability for a restoration dentist to also offer dental implant services means that you won’t have to be referred out to a surgeon who may not understand the full spectrum of your restoration goals.
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