The Albany Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery approach to dental implants
Our practice offers you a unique experience with dental implants
As one of the premier dental implant practices in the Bay Area, Albany Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery has a long lasting tradition of providing dental implant patients with high-quality care in a friendly, caring, and healing environment.
Experienced Dental Implant Surgeon
Dr. Khalil and Dr. Doucet have extensive experience performing surgical dental implant procedures, including advanced techniques for bone grafting and complex dental implant reconstruction. Drs. Khalil and Doucet are recognized in our community for his expertise in this highly technical field.
dedicated dental implant treatment coordinator
Dedicated Implant Coordinator help facilitate a seamless treatment sequence for you and are the ambassador of the team approach. They serve as a liaison between you, Drs. Khalil or Doucet, your general dentist, and/or other specialists.
Albany Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery features the latest in innovative technology, including digital radiography. To support a higher level of patient care, we utilize 3D Cone Beam (CT Scan) imaging that provides three-dimensional and cross-sectional views. This technology allows Drs. Khalil and Doucet to see all aspects of the anatomy that cannot be adequately viewed with conventional dental x-rays and helps in providing more accurate treatment plans.
Drs. Khalil and Doucet specifically utilizes the CT Scan to pre-plan your implant surgery. They perform a virtual implant surgery on your scan and consults with your general dentist during this pre-planning stage.
Besides the use of the CT Scan, Drs. Khalil and Doucet perform all their dental implant surgeries with the use of a drill guide. A drill guide is a device made by our dental lab to ensure that your implant will be placed precisely how Drs. Khalil, Doucet and your general dentist prescribed. Performing dental implant surgeries guided will eliminate inaccuracies and aid in the success of your implant.