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Features & Benefits

At Sterngold, we’re responsible for some of the most popular dental restorative products on the market today. When you rely on our MOR™ Mini Implant, you’ll benefit from:

  • A simple and relatively painless procedure
  • You can leave your dentist’s office with the denture in place
  • You can resume normal activities, including work, socializing, eating and better speech, immediately following procedure
  • It’s less expensive than traditional implants and there’s no longer a need for messy pastes, powders, and tapes to seal your denture
  • The procedure can be performed by a general practitioner
  • Simple procedure with shorter healing time

When it comes to your dental care, you want the very best – and that should include products made by Sterngold Dental, LLC. We’ve been in the industry since 1897 and have since become a leading provider of:

  • Alloys
  • Attachments
  • Implants
  • Restorative systems

So the next time you go to the dentist – and require any kind of dental restoration – be sure to ask if they’re using Sterngold. We’re known for the highest quality products, superior technical expertise and support, and the most satisfied customers and patients around the world. Interested in learning more? Simply contact us today.

Learning Opportunities

For over 100 years, Sterngold has been the leading source for educational information on the use of alloys, attachments, implants, and restorative materials. Over those years, we have presented hands-on clinics to thousands of dentists and dental technicians all over the world. Through slide presentations, lectures, and case design, we’re able to provide an in-depth overview of our products in various applications, including how to solve problems and pitfalls to avoid. These courses are designed and led by key opinion leaders with extensive industry experience. Credits are offered on an hourly basis.

In addition, we currently have a number of continuing education courses, also available for credit, as well as technique videos and technical articles. These are not only valuable to learn more about using our products, but can also help you better educate your patients about the Sterngold name and products we offer.

1

How long have dental implants been in use?

The modern titanium dental implant was developed in Sweden and has been accepted for use in the United States for more than three decades.

2

Are dental implants permanent?

No dental treatment can be guaranteed to be absolutely permanent. Just like natural teeth, dental implant abutments need daily home cleaning and regular professional care. This is to protect the implant and its supporting bone from the damages of bacterial plaque. With proper care and good general health, dental implants can be relied upon for years of service.

3

How long does the treatment take?

Generally, treatment takes about six to eight months. With the advancements of product and surgical technology, certain implants, like the MOR™ Mini Implant, can be loaded immediately under the proper conditions. The majority of time involves allowing the bone tissue to heal solidly against the implant. Then the dental restoration, such as an implant overdenture, is completed. Your dentist can give you a better time estimate for your specific situation.

4

What can be done while I am waiting for my treatment to be finished?

Your dentist’s treatment plan should include a temporary restoration to suit your needs.

5

Who should consider implants?

Any adult non-smoker in good general health who needs tooth replacement dentistry should investigate dental implants as a treatment option.

The range of applications is from single tooth replacement to complete dental reconstruction. One of the common uses of dental implants is anchorage of dentures, especially lower dentures. Usually two implants are placed in the front of the lower jaw bone. Then connectors (called abutments) extend from the implants, through the soft tissue covering the bone, and into the mouth. The abutments attach the denture to the implants. Dentists refer to this as an implant overdenture because it lies over the implants. The overdenture clips onto snap-like attachments on the abutments so you can remove it for cleaning like a standard denture. But, because they are anchored in place, overdentures are stable, comfortable and secure, all without adhesives.

Sterngold makes dental implants, implant abutments and other products used by dentists.