Michigan dentist to teach new dental methods, seeks 16 patients

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Bingham Farms, Mich.-based Timothy Kosinski, DDS, is seeking 16 patients for his program that teaches others his dental implant techniques, according to a Jan. 7 news release.

Candidates must be healthy and missing upper or lower back teeth. Once selected, individuals will receive a dental implant and abutment for $699, saving about $1,500. Later, a crown will be created, also for a reduced fee.

The dental training program is in cooperation with Chicago-based Engel Institute led by Todd Engel, DDS. Professional dentists are trained under Dr. Kosinski and will perform implant surgery on select patients.

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