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Steven Tyler’s nasty fall renews interest in dental implant technology

November 15, 2011

Filed under: Dental Implants — admin @ 10:35 am

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Aerosmith’s front man Steven Tyler is accustomed to making headlines; but when he suffered a bad fall in Paraguay last month and found himself in need of emergency dental care, Tyler received a far less glamorous dose of media attention.

According to the Washington Post, Tyler, 63, was taken ill while on tour and fell in his hotel bathroom, sustaining significant bruising to his face and losing two front teeth.

Paraguayan dentist Dr. Maria Bastos, who treated Tyler, gave the “American Idol” judge two dental implants to restore his smile and help speed his recovery for a concert held in the capital city of Asuncion.

With the assistance of other medical professionals, Tyler went from sporting a black eye and a gap-riddled smile to smiling and appearing more or less like his usual self in a matter of days – thanks in large part to the incredible success made possible by modern

Over the last several decades, dental implants have come to the forefront as the most desirable, customizable and effective means by which to replace missing teeth for a natural, healthy-looking smile.

Dr. Ken Gasper of Aesthetic Dentistry by Design has invested in the advanced technology of coDiagnostiX® CT scans and 3D software. With the coDiagnostiX system, Dr. Gasper can plan a computer-guided implant process that is more precise than ever.

The resulting implant placement procedure is highly accurate and minimally invasive, which is an immense benefit for our patients’ overall oral health in the short-term and for many years to come.

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