"We are born with two sets of teeth. If needed we can have a third hopefully looking and functioning the way we wanted them to in the first place."
Michael A. Horvath
Fellow Of The International Congress Of Implantology 1986.
I graduated from Temple University School of Pharmacy in 1979, Prior to going to Temple School of Dental Medicine where I earned my degree in 1984.
In Dental School, I had the unique opportunity to work with, and was asked to be associated with after graduation, to one of the early pioneers of Dental Implants, who I and many other dentists feel is the "Father of Dental Implantology".
The cosmetic importance and treatment skills have been in my office for over 30 years treating patients who may need one tooth treated to those patients who need all of their teeth replaced.
Many patients have discovered that bad first impressions can be negated by a good second, with the foundation of a great smile. This foundation can involve proper teeth alignment, color, size, shape, replacing defective crowns that appear artificial, to replacing missing teeth.
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