Dr. Forlano personally performs all stages of implant treatment.  Using leading-edge technology, he will plan, place, and restore your implants with precision and safety.

Dental Implants

Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, stabilize a denture or rehabilitate an entire dentition. With success rates exceeding 95%, dental implants are a long lasting and predictable solution for missing teeth.

CBCT Scanning & Simplant

With CBCT Scanning & Simplant software, we are able to visualize your jaws in three dimensions and simulate a “virtual operation” on our computer when planning an implant case. The implants are placed on our computer, studied in three dimensions and CAD/CAM technology produces an exact replica of your jaw and a surgical guide for safe and precise implant placement. This results in predictable placement, better esthetic results and reduced operation time. CLICK HERE FOR DR. FORLANO'S ARTICLE IN THE JOURNAL OF THE NYS ACADEMY OF GENERAL DENTISTRY

NEW! Platelet Rich Fibrin

We have recently added new technology to produce Leukocyte Platelet Rich Fibrin right here in our office. A small amount of blood is drawn and a specific centrifuge cycle creates the LPRF. It is a strong, pliable network of proteins reported to produce rapid healing, especially during the critical first seven days after surgery. This network also promotes more efficient cell migration and proliferation without chemical or bovine thrombin additives.

Immediate Placement & Loading or Teeth-In-A-Day

Traditionally, dental implants are placed below the gum line and allowed to integrate with the surrounding bone for 3-6 months before a crown is put on. With recent advances, we are often able to remove a diseased tooth, place an implant and an acrylic crown the same day. This procedure is called immediate placement & loading. The media refers to it as “Teeth In A Day.”

Computer Guided Surgery & 3D Printing

Computer guided implant placement involves performing virtual surgery on a three dimensional computer rendering of a person's jawbone. Once the implants are placed on the computer, their exact position can be transferred to the mouth via a Surgical Guide. Using an advanced FormLabs 3D printer, we are able to use biocompatible resin to create surgical guides in our office in as few as a couple of hours. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR OFFICE'S 3D PRINTER.

In 1995, Dr. Forlano completed the prestigious two-year program in Implantology at New York University College of Dentistry.  He was subsequently invited to stay on for a third year as an advanced Clinical Associate.  He now serves on faculty at New York University College of Dentistry in the same department teaching dentists both the Surgical & Prosthetic stages of dental implantology. He has been placing and prosthetically restoring dental implants since 1993.  He has earned the Diplomate Award in Implantology; the highest award attainable through the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT DR. FORLANO'S AFFILIATION WITH THE ICOI