Computer–based smile analysis and design:
Dr. Cooper can engineer a custom computer-designed treatment plan
for you. He routinely applies digital based photography and
radiology (X-rays) along with custom computer software to develop a
treatment plan which will satisfy all your dental needs.
Respected for “excellence” by his peers, Dr. Cooper is referred
some of the most challenging of cases for aesthetic and functional
rehabilitation. These extensive cases commonly involve
combination treatments such as crowns, veneers, bridges, implants,
CEREC restorations, implant-supported bridges and dentures etc.
Please explore the galleries to discover the quality of treatment
he routinely delivers to his patients. If you would like more
information about any of these cases and would like to meet with
Dr. Cooper for a consult do not hesitate to
contact our office.
Implant dentistry: Modern innovation
Dr. Cooper is a member of the International team for
Implantology and has been providing implant restorative
procedures to his patients for over 2 decades. He was one of the
first providers of implants in the National Capital Region and is
active as a mentor and lecturer on the subject. Colleagues and
satisfied patients regularly refer patients requiring implants to
him. Often embarrassed patients, who cannot function properly with
a denture, will overcome their disability with modern implant
Implants are “bionic” artificial tooth roots made from titanium, a
biocompatible metal. They are inserted into the jawbone to replace
the missing roots of natural tooth. With today’s techniques,
implantology success rates can be expected to be up to 98%, often
higher than any other alternative dental treatment.
A dental implant is an artificial root, which is inserted into the
jawbone to replace a single missing root. A replacement tooth
is attached to the implant. A sufficient volume and density of bone
is a prerequisite for implant success. Single implants can be used
to support crowns or stabilize certain types of partial
Multiple Implants are used to anchor fixed bridges or stabilize
various types of dentures. Patients who have been embarrassed to
eat in public can predictably overcome dental disabilities with the
proper implementation of this incredible technology.