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At Faircourt Dental Smile Studio, Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch wants you to experience the difference modern dentistry has to offer.

Mary Sue Stonisch, D.D.S. runs a general and preventative dental practice with expertise in aesthetics and implant dentistry. She is an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Diplomat with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Stonisch also teaches Dentists as a mentor at the Kois Center in Seattle.

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Dental Implant patients at Faircourt Dental Smile Studio enjoy the latest in optimal comfort and results in dental implant advancements made available to the Grosse Pointe areas.  We were the first dental office in the Tri-Cities to offer X-Guide™ Dynamic 3D Navigation, which means faster treatment, shorter recovery times, and results with utmost precision. Dr. Sabrina Salim offers all stages of dental implant treatment. She is known for her ability to restore smiles, beautifully and with ideal function.

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Losing a permanent tooth is a traumatic experience that can profoundly affect your self-esteem. Through care with Dr. Sabrina Salim at Faircourt Dental Smile Studio, you’ll find your dental implants are the next best thing to your natural teeth. For adults in the Grosse Pointe, Michigan area who want a lifetime tooth replacement option that looks and feels natural, dental implants are for you! Call the helpful team at Faircourt Dental Smile Studio for a consultation or use the online booking form.


Dental Implants can be used to stabilize a denture or partial denture.  With the help of 3D imaging and state of the art technology, your dental implants can be placed into the jaw precisely where they need to be for optimal stability and security for your denture. This provides improved confidence and chewing efficiency. Call our office today!

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What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a titanium rod that acts like the root of a missing tooth. It’s surgically implanted into your jaw, where the surrounding bone fuses with it for support. The implant is then topped with a porcelain crown, which is the part of your tooth that shows above the gum line. This crown is attached to the dental implant with a connector (the abutment).

Unlike other methods of replacing missing teeth, dental implants are designed to last a lifetime. A dental implant with a porcelain crown looks and functions just like a natural tooth.

If you have more than one missing tooth, you may receive a dental implant for each. Or, multiple missing teeth can also be replaced with one or two implants that support a dental bridge. Dr. Sabrina Salim’s dental office features the X-Guide™ Dynamic 3D Navigation for faster, more precise results while placing your implant. Ask our team for a specific solution for your situation.

Do I have to replace a missing tooth?

The gap in your gum and jawbone caused by a missing tooth creates serious functional and health problems. When one or more teeth are missing, the other teeth can shift out of alignment and complicate chewing. You may develop jaw pain, digestive issues, and speech impediments.

Without the healthy stress of a tooth pressing on the jawbone, the bone underneath and surrounding the gap begins to shrink. If you have more than one tooth missing, your face changes shape and may look older.

How are dental implants placed?

At Faircourt Dental Smile Studio, Dr. Salim oversees your entire dental implant process in the comfort of her office. The dental implant procedure requires several appointments.

First, she performs a complete exam to be sure your teeth and gums are healthy and that you have enough bone to accept the implant. A CT scan is taken. This 3D x-ray allows Dr. Salim to visualize your sinuses, nerves, and bone height and width to ensure safe implant placement.

Then, a small hole is drilled into your jawbone at a precision depth and angle. In this, a titanium implant is inserted. You are fitted with a temporary dental crown while your jawbone fuses to the implant over the next 2-6 months.

Once your dental implant is stable, Dr. Salim cements it with a permanent dental crown that matches the shape and color of your natural teeth.

What is an All-on-4 procedure?

In cases where there is insufficient healthy bone to support dental implants, you can opt for All-on-4. In this, four to six dental implants are inserted into the healthiest portions of your bone with a dental bridge or a complete denture attached. A primary advantage of All-on-4 is that you can have all of your missing teeth replaced more economically than other techniques. And, because of their unique design and placement protocol at specific angles, they can be placed in more-shallow bone than many other implant types.


Introducing X-Guide™, a revolutionary system that extends the capabilities of our cone beam system for simplified and more accurate implant procedures. X-Guide boasts dynamic 3D navigation that delivers interactive, turn-by-turn guidance that improves the precision and accuracy of implant POSITION, ANGLE and DEPTH.

Featuring the only live, 360-degree single-view of drill position and anatomy during surgery, X-Guide allows for a customized 3D treatment plan. X-Guide also makes same-day guided surgery a reality.