Advanced Scanning, Computers, and Biotechnology
Dr. Hahn utilizes the latest techniques that speed the implant procedure while providing for the best chance of success and protecting your comfort.
We use CBCT (cone beam computed tomography) to precisely image your bones. This allows us to plan your implant procedure on a computer before you sit down in the chair. We know the exact sequence of the procedure and even have surgical guides for accuracy and speed. This means that we can make the procedure much shorter than other implant procedures.
During your procedure, we can also improve your success and healing with platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), healing factors concentrated from your own blood and placed at the implant sites to encourage bone growth.
An Implant Dentist Dedicated to His Patients
Dr. Adam Hahn strives to provide his patients with the best care possible through constant innovation and assessment of the latest developments in dentistry. Seeking the best dental education, he has traveled around the country, but he always returns to his home and community in Columbia, SC.
Dr. Hahn received his BS from Tulane University, then got his DMD from Medical University of South Carolina. He then returned to Columbia where he joined the practice of his father, Dr. Paul Hahn. He learned much from his father’s 40 years in dentistry.
He also pursued more formal advanced dental training. He studied at the Las Vegas Institute (LVI), earning the rank of Fellow. He served a mini-residency led by Dr. Jay Gerber at the Center for Occlusal Studies in Parkersburg, WV. He studied dental implants at the Pikos Institute in Trinity, FL.
But it is Dr. Hahn’s focus on providing personal, compassionate care for his patients that truly sets him apart. Technology is only a tool. Techniques are only skills. It is the mind, heart, and talent of the dentist that turns these into the truly outstanding dental care we provide at Smile Columbia Dentistry.