David F Pascoe DDS MSD
(631) 765-1919

Why should you choose our office?

We can provide more information using the latest technology that will enable you to understand the options open to you.

An initial diagnosis can usually be made quite quickly using our extensive in office facilities. We can do tomography, computerized bite analysis and download CT scan imaging into our own computers for detailed skeletal analysis.

Complete implant and restorative services can be provided in one location from one person. Multiple implant systems are used depending on the particular problems that we encounter. We are not limited to the products of any one manufacturer. This is important for optimal end results. Some systems enable the final restorations to be placed much faster than others.

Grafting systems are used when necessary to enhance the remaining bone structure. We have had extensive experience with materials that enable multiple surgical procedures to be avoided.

Procedural sophistication is evident throughout your visits. We monitor with pulse-oximetry when indicated and use computerized digital radiography (CDR) for immediate surgical feed back.

Validation of effective treatment is vital before extensive and expensive final restorations are placed. We use a Periotest and CDR to check the implants after healing. The loading of the teeth and implants is verified using a Tscan 0cclusal analyzer.

Modern health care is not a static environment and constant awareness and evaluation of developing techniques is essential to maintain a truly state of the art dental environment. This is not just a question of takingModern health care is not a static environment and constant awareness and evaluation of developing techniques is essential to maintain a truly state of the art dental environment. This is not just a question of taking continuing education courses but actually using the materials and equipment in our office. Not all new things are necessarily "progress". It is this "passion for excellence" that we consider to be a hallmark of this office.

What is 3D integration?

A Cone Beam CT is used to create a fully rotatable vitual image of the exisitng bone structure and teeth. A scanning camera used in the mouth for imaging and the fabrication of  crowns. It is possible to combine the data from the 2 files so that proposed restorations can be designed within the actual skeletal framework.

Once the restorations are designed the implant placement can be optimized.