Burke VA Dentist BioHorizons Computer Guided Surgery Dental Services Launched

Burke, Virginia, dental office Dental Care Burke - Dr. Bernard Lynch launched its new BioHorizons computer guided surgery service for patients in Burke, Fairfax Station, West Springfield, and the surrounding areas.

Burke, United States - September 26, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Dental Care Burke – Dr. Bernard Lynch announced the launch of its new BioHorizons computer guided surgery service for patients in Burke, Fairfax Station, West Springfield, Belleair and other nearby communities. The dental office offers a complete range of dental services, including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, preventive care, dental restorations, emergency dental services, and many more.

More information can be found at https://www.dentalcareburke.com

Dental Care Burke – Dr. Bernard Lynch is proud to provide top-quality dental services by using innovative diagnostic and clinical tools. The office’s newly launched BioHorizons computer guided surgery service allows patients to receive a set of replacement teeth with the minimum amount of surgery and time spent in the dental chair.

Some of the benefits of BioHorizons computer guided surgery include increased accuracy, better aesthetics, prosthetic longevity, fewer complications, shorter healing, and less bone loss. This type of surgery can result in faster overall treatment time, less discomfort, and an outcome that pleases each and every patient.

Dr. Bernard Lynch and the staff at Dental Care Burke – Dr. Bernard Lynch use the latest technology and calm, relaxing and friendly care. Their decades of experience ensure that all visits to the dentist are as pleasant as possible.

The professional team at Dental Care Burke – Dr. Bernard Lynch believe that every patient deserves the best and that is why they use only the best dental implant brands in the USA, Europe and world wide. With the latest update, the dental practice aims to provide people of all ages with the most precise and accurate procedures, efficient treatments and reduced surgical time.

A satisfied patient said: “Dr. Lynch and his staff are simply the best. Dr. Lynch made it possible for me to overcome my fear of going to the dentist by his caring and patience. His determination to save my teeth is only second to his dedication to making sure I am comfortable with a little stress and pain as possible. If you want a great dentist that truly cares, look no further than Dr. Lynch!”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or accessing https://www.biohorizons.com/Products/GuidedSurgeryKit

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Bernard Lynch
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Organization: Dental Care Burke - Dr. Bernard Lynch
Address: 9239 Old Keene Mill Rd, Burke, VA 22015, United States
Phone: +1-703-596-1555
Website: https://www.dentalcareburke.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88922364

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