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Select Dental Experts on Dental Implants are Needed for MDTV Broadcast Special
Featured Dentists Air Locally on Fox, CBS, CW, My TV, ABC and NBC Network Affiliate Stations in Numerous USA Markets
By MDTV Contributor
|MDTV 2018 Broadcast Special on Dental Implants with Associated Medical Messages |
MDTV has partnered with major television network affiliate stations in dozens of markets across the country. Select Experts are welcome to apply and participate in the MDTV Broadcast Phenomenon, including being a guest on the MDTV Dental Implants Show Special and providing the community with MDTV Dental Implants Medical Messages throughout the year.
Local TV Broadcast Stations in over 25 markets are currently seeking general dentists, oral surgeons, and periodontists to participate in this public service MDTV special on Dental Implants. "Not only can these local doctors service more patients and enhance their community goodwill but who knows," said Paul G Argen, MDTV Executive Producer, "they might even become the next Dr Oz." These MDTV Select Experts will provide insight to, and speak to common concerns of, people looking to receive trusted information about Dental Implants.
General dentists, oral surgeons, and periodontists interested in participating should read the Dental Implants Fact Sheet below to learn more about what will be covered and watch MDTV on Dental Implants to see the special in its current form. All it needs is you!
If you can answer the expert questions below as an local Dental Implants MDTV Select Expert, please contact your local Fox, CBS, CW, My TV, ABC and NBC Network affiliate MDTV station or, if there is not a listed MDTV station in your market call, Argen directly at 1-800-985-MDTV(6388).
Fact Sheet for Dental Implants Show Information
TARGET MDTV SELECT® EXPERTS (in priority order)
1. General Dentist
2. Oral Surgeon
BACKGROUND RESEARCH FACTS
• Tooth loss is a good indicator of dental health and access to dental care. The most
common reason for missing teeth is periodontal disease.
• The average adult age 20 to 64 has lost at least 3 teeth and thirty percent of seniors have
no teeth at all. 2 in 3 Americans have one or more missing teeth.
• Missing teeth can cause the jawbone to waste away, thereby changing the shape of the
face. Additionally, difficulty chewing may lead to an unhealthy diet. Many social
gathering revolve around meals so missing teeth may lower self-esteem and prohibit
• Dentures and bridges fix the cosmetic appearance of the smile but are problematic. The
dentures are not as secure once the jawbone changes and they tend to slip and limit food
choices. Bridges usually last 5-10 tears and sometimes damage the anchoring tooth
resulting in the need for a longer bridge.
• Dental implants function as natural teeth and are essentially prosthetic teeth.
• Dental implants consist of an anchor that screws into the jawbone, the post that connects
the implant to a crown which looks and functions as a real tooth.
• Dental implants is one of the fastest evolving fields in the dental industry because today’s
implants are more reliable, easier to place and less expensive to produce.
• New technologies and innovative materials make restorative outcomes more precise.
• Improvements in dental lab productivity and precision leads to minimized surgical
requirements more accurately planned implant positioning and shortened healing and
MEDICAL MOMENT: Placement of a dental implant.
QUESTIONS TO ASK FOR SATELLITE INTERVIEW OR PRODUCED PIECE
These questions have been recorded in studio with MDTV Patient Advocate Anchor, Patricia Stark
1. Dental implants seem to be the best choice for dealing with missing teeth but are they
an option for everybody?
2. Is this a procedure that takes multiple visits and several steps to achieve the end
3. What are mini implants and how are they used with dentures?
ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FOR PRODUCED PIECE
These questions are to be asked by Advertising Producer to local expert
9. The cost of dental implants has typically been much higher than bridges or dentures.
Is that still true today?
10. What are the risks during the procedure and what complications may occur while
11. How long do implants last?
12. Besides credentials, what should someone look for when searching for an implant
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