To develop a digital treatment plan, data is collected from patients to create a Dental Avatar. A Cone Beam scan is used to create a 3D rendering of the patient’s bone, while a Trios 3D camera wand captures a digital impression of the mouth and dentition. A Rayface scanner is used to capture a 3D photograph of the patient’s face. The three images are combined using AI technology to create a digital recreation of the patient’s teeth, jaw, and bone, which serves as the basis for planning.
Dental implants are used as a foundation to support an ideal smile, and the 3D smile design process is used to position teeth for aesthetics and function. Complex, AI-assisted software is used to establish the predetermined tooth anatomy, and the implant software positions implants in a virtual 3D environment for a safe and predictable approach. A surgical template is created using AI technology to ensure the implant foundation is positioned correctly. Once the implant scan is taken, a prototype is 3D printed and fine-tuned to create the final ceramic bridge. The “All on 4” approach is available for patients seeking a solution to dental challenges.
Dr. Nguyen graduated from NYU College of Dentistry with a degree in Doctor of Dental Surgery. He did additional post graduate training through General practice Residency at North Shore-Long Island Jewish Hospital system. Dr. Nguyen was intensively trained in all aspects of dentistry.
Dr. Diana Gabriel joined The Geller Group in 2008 as the Pediatric Dental Specialist. This is a vital role within the practice, preparing young patients for a lifetime of good dental habits. Dr. Gabriel approaches this goal in two ways: by helping children develop solid home care habits for a healthy smile and making each dental experience a positive one through patience, compassionate chairside manner and modern dental techniques, such as digital radiology. The more at ease patients feel about coming in, the more proactive they may be in practicing good hygiene.
Dr. Scott Levitz is a general and cosmetic dentist and has been with the Geller Dental Group since 2019. His passions include cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry and full-mouth rehabilitation. He received his Doctorate in Dental Surgery at SUNY Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine, and completed his General Practice Residency at New York Medical College in Westchester County, New York. Dr. Levitz maintains active membership in both the American Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry.
Dr. Todd Mayer has been in practice since 1997, and joined The Geller Dental Group in 2010. As all dentists do, he takes satisfaction in helping patients improve their oral health. And as a periodontist, Dr. Mayer truly appreciates the opportunity his specialty offers to combine the intellectual aspect of the science with the practical application of modern dentistry. He is a published researcher as well as an experienced practitioner.
Dr. Jonathan M. Cohen has been with The Geller Dental Group since 2019. He was born and raised in Great Neck, NY. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the New York University College of Dentistry and graduated with multiple honors. He then completed a General Practice Residency at North Shore LIJ, where he was able to gain more clinical exposure to all aspects of restorative dentistry, Dental Implantology and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
At The Geller Dental Group, we take pride in the care we are able to provide our patients with. We have made significant investments into our dental technology to keep us at the forefront of dentistry and to allow our patients to have the best experience possible. We utilize a litany of cutting-edge dental tech such as our itero scanner, our Xguide surgical robot and our CBCT scanner to provide top-tier care and to help reduce the recovery time of our patients.
If you are struggling with your traditional dentures and would like a fixed full mouth dental implant, All-on-4® implants are for you! All-on-4® dental implants replace natural teeth in look and feel, restoring confidence and bite function. Our oral surgeons at The Geller Dental Group are pleased to offer a variety of dental implant options in Bellmore, NY.
Our handheld scanner allows us to take a digital impression of our patients’ mouth and facial structure to begin planning a comprehensive treatment plan. The convenience of our scanner comes from the expedience it provides patients, instead of being in the chair for fifteen or more minutes, the Trio Scanner is able to complete the scan in a matter of seconds.
Our X-Guide surgical robot allows us to place dental implants much more precisely than other methods of implant placement. It is similar to using a GPS while driving, it allows us to take the scan that was taken in the first step of the process and transfer it to the X-Guide. Once the scan has been transferred, X-Guide guides the surgeon to the exact position to place the implant.
The latest in digital dental technology is 3D photography. The acquisition process takes seconds and is the cornerstone for creating an accurate Dental Avatar. Once we have captured facial anatomy in incredible detail, we move on to designing the ideal smile that works for each individual patient.
Utilizing 3D imagery of teeth, gums and bone we are able to pre-plan the exact position of your dental implant. Position is the key to success as an improperly placed implant affects the ultimate cosmetic and functional outcome. A template or guide is 3D printed right here and utilized during the implant procedure. This cutting edge technology provides a dramatically less invasive and safe surgical procedure. The results are astonishing.
3D printing and ceramic milling has exploded in the dental environment. By bringing this technology on-site, we are able to fabricate various dental prosthetics in house. As a dentist, having full control over design and manufacturing is a huge asset to my patient family. Turnaround time are greatly reduced, and manufacturing costs are mitigated to a great extent.
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