When visiting Troutman Family Dentistry for dental implants, you’ll notice that our patients expect excellence. It’s because of this that Dr. Troutman takes advantage of advanced equipment to make smile alterations that you’ll love.
The implant process begins with Dr. Troutman surgically placing the implant fixture—this needs superior precision to ensure the best chance for a successful implant. Dental implants require the help of a qualified professional, like Dr. Troutman. We can combine our unique technology with the proven quality of our Huntingburg dentist’s work to provide faster, safer, and more accurate implants than ever before.
As a rule, we can complete the dental implant process in two visits: the first to place the implant fixture, and the second to secure your permanent crown. Most practices require two trips because they need a lab to manufacture the restorations, which can take multiple weeks. Although, at Troutman Family Dentistry, we use Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology to expedite the process, eliminating the need for a dental lab.
Dr. Troutman is proud to provide beautiful restorations on the same day as your original treatment. We use CAD/CAM equipment from CEREC to take high-resolution images of your mouth to craft a stunning single prosthetic that will blend with the rest of your smile.
We understand how precious your time is. That’s why our implant dentist, Dr. Troutman, is the man to see in Huntingburg, IN for dental implants. He’ll have you smiling again in one visit.
At Troutman Family Dentistry, we can further facilitate the dental implant process by using Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) technology from Galileo. Essentially, this equipment creates high-quality images of the surgical site, including the teeth, nerves, bones, and soft tissues.
Dr. Troutman can use the equipment to maximize the speed, safety, and capability of the dental implant process. For example, some people are missing an entire arch of teeth. In these situations, he might recommend restoring your smile with an implant-supported denture.
Our CBCT technology ensures that we place the implant where we can use the full strength of your jawbone, creating a stable foundation for the prosthetic.
Laser dentistry is increasing in popularity for procedures like dental implants, cavity preparation, or gum reshaping. Dr. Troutman uses this proven technology to offer our Huntingburg patients premium results. WaterLase is the smallest, most accessible, and most efficient piece of laser dentistry equipment available.
The WaterLase system works by coupling laser energy and water to produce precise treatments. By using lasers, we can increase the speed of treatment and ensure that you get the most accurate care possible.
Dr. Kenneth Troutman
202 E 17th St.
Monday: 8:30AM – 5PM
Tuesday: 7AM – 8PM
Wednesday: 9AM – 6PM
Thursday: 7AM – 8PM
Friday: 8AM – 4PM