We have the ability to regenerate bone when needed. Socket preservation can repair sites with inadequate bone structure and allows more patients to become implant candidates.
Welcome to the practice website of Dr. Richard Akin. As a dual doctorate (DDS, MD) oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Akin manages a wide variety of concerns relating to the face, mouth and teeth. Dr. Akin practices the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery with specific expertise in dental implant surgery, bone grafting and wisdom tooth removal. He has performed thousands of dental implant procedures and has developed a technique of minimally invasive dental implant placement with immediate temporary tooth placement. His first technique article was published in 2014.
Dr. Akin has developed and taught other specialists his techniques on immediate implant placement, minimally invasive oral surgery and minimally invasive dental implant surgery. His 'Anatomic Harmony Abutment', or AHA!, technique was accepted for publication in the peer reviewed journal of his specialty, the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. His technique addresses a major unsolved problem in posterior minimally invasive immediate implant placement. He is pursuing a patent and trademark of this technique.
He focuses, writes and teaches on immediate dental implant placement, dental implant temporaries, and minimally invasive surgery. His practice also incorporates 3D (CBCT) scanning, growth factors and IV sedation.
Dr. Akin lectures nationally and internationally on all topics related to dental implants with a specific focus on immediate dental implants and temporaries on implants performed the same day. Dr. Akin also teaches 4 times per year at the Pankey Institute, which is a non-profit post-doctoral environment for dental professionals with an emphasis on work life balance.
08.07.17 Pankey E3 Live Webinar
04.24.17 Dr. A visits Metro Study Club!
01.23.17 Integrating Aesthetics, Occlusion, and Restorative Principles; Blending Form and Function
We enjoy continually receiving accolades and expressions of gratitude from our patients through cards, letters, and gifts. It is the greatest reward to know that our patient's lives are enhanced because of the work we do. Here you can view some of these patient testimonials.