Precise Smile Dental Implants

Over one million Americans are facing the loss of all their teeth every year. Cost and a perceived lack of options keep many individuals from seeking a treatment plan that could positively impact their life.

Dr. Schmitt's Precise Smile Dental Implant treatment is a breakthrough in dental technology that combines CBCT (Conebeam), 3D laser scanning, modeling, treatment planning and machining for the rapid replacement of failing teeth with strong beautiful teeth anchored to dental implants. This means patients will be able to smile without worry and chew all the foods they love.

Dr. Schmitt connects general dentists and implant surgeons around a virtual treatment plan that improves the treatment outcomes, lowers cost and most importantly, gives patients a reason to smile again. Contact Dr. Schmitt's office today if you are a patient looking at losing teeth, need dental implants placed or if you are a doctor with a patient that needs treatment.

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Office Values:

Integrity: We are honest. We do what we say we will do.

Courage: We have the courage to do the right thing simply because it is the right thing to do.

Respect: We treat our patients and each other the way we would like to be treated.

Excellence: We strive for excellence in all we do. Good enough isn't good enough.

Improvement: We strive to get better at what we do every day.

Service: We are here to serve our patients at a level higher than they have ever experienced.

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Mission Statement: "To combine state-of-the-art technology with the highest quality of care and support."

Dr. Schmitt received his DDS degree from the University of Minnesota and his MS degree from the University of Texas. He is the former Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics and Program Director for the Graduate Prosthodontics Program at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Prosthodontics and a Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontics. He is actively involved in the use of implants, digital imaging, computer design, milling and additive manufacturing technologies in the treatment of dental problems.