Dr. CRISTIAN CHIRLA is an Alumni of Liberty University, in Lynchburg, VA. He graduated in 1990 witha Bachelors Degree in Biology and Chemistry, and for the following 3 years was employed at the ClevelandClinic. In 1992 he married his wife and soul mate Adina, and their family has since been blessed with 4 children. In 1993 he was accepted at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. He more than doubled his requirements and graduated with a Scholarship Award for Best Student with Most Accomplishments. Upon his graduation in 1997 he joined the dental practice of Drs. Glen and Imogene Waddle and he is so proud to have had the privilege to successfully serve his patients and this community since then!"Gentle, professional, knowledgeable, meticulous, always striving for perfection, honest, kind, caring, funny,happy..." These are only a few of Dr. Chris distinctive qualities, which over the years have earned theappreciation, trust and confidence of our patients!Memberships and Affiliations: • Midwest Implant Institute • International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) • Akron Dental Society • Ohio Dental Society • Chicago Dental Society • American Dental Association • ITI - International Team for ImplantologyFellowship: • Midwest Implant Institute • International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)Mastership: • International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)He is certified in Basic Life Support.
Dr. Chris is very involved in the Cleveland and Akron communities and their activities.He is an active member of the Cleveland Romanian Baptist Church, Board Member and Vice Chairman ofthe Romanian Missionary Society, and co founder of Countryside Ministry in Romania. Over the years hehas participated in several medical and mission trips to Romania.In his spare time, Dr. Chris enjoys his family, goes fishing and plays soccer in summer, goes hunting inwinter, and is hosting parties all year round! How To Find The Perfect Bone Grafting TreatmentBone Grafting is the method of bone addition to an area where it is missing. Advanced bone grafting allowsthe bone to be rebuilt. Once the jawbone has been rebuilt in the course of grafting implants can be placed.Bone graft is performed to increase the density of bone to support the teeth. The density of the bone allowsenough space for drilling a hole to implant the essential metal which holds the crown.Over a period of time, the jawbone associated with missing teeth atrophies or is reabsorbed. This often leavesa condition in which there is poor quality and quantity of bone suitable for placement of dental implants. Inthese situations, most patients are not candidates for placement of dental implants.We now have the ability to grow bone where needed. This not only gives us the opportunity to place implantsof proper length and width, it also gives us a chance to restore functionality and aesthetic appearance.Mainly there are four types of Grafts:Allograft: Allograft materials derived from cadaver bone of the same species. If for some reason you aresuitable candidate for Auto grafts, then Allograft are done. In this technique bone is harvested from otherhuman donors and grafted into your mouth. This type of bone harvesting has been going on for years and hassupplied bone for thousands of medical and dental procedures with no examples of transmitted disease.Auto grafts: Autogeneous material derived from the recipients intra-oral or extra-oral site. The autogenousbone graft will take between three and six months to heal, during which time the body will be securing itwith a new growth of jawbone. It is harvested from either the hip or the mouth of the patient and grafted onto the site of the implant or where the bone depth and width is very low. Good results with the best bonerejuvenation take place through this method.Xenografts: Xenografts derived from the inorganic portion of animal bone. In this technique bone iscollected from animals. The animal bone goes through some course of action to make it well-matched forhumans and grafted onto the implant site. The cadaver bones of allografts and the animal bones ofXenografts are foreign to the patients in whom they will be used, they will rarely result in a tissue refusalreaction. Over time your body will replace this with natural bone.
Alloplastic grafts: Alloplastic materials are exclusively derived from synthetic sources. These are man-madebone. Static and artificial materials are used to create this artificial bone. This bone over time becomes thestructure for natural bone to build over. Sometimes the artificial absorb-able bone is a place which over timegets absorbed and bodys own natural bone replaces it.These procedures may be performed separately or together, depending upon the individuals condition. Thereare several areas of the body which are suitable for attaining bone grafts. In the maxillofacial region, bonegrafts can be taken from inside the mouth, in the area of the chin or third molar region or in the upper jawbehind the last tooth. In more extensive situations, a greater quantity of bone can be attained from the hip orthe outer aspect of the tibia at the knee.Several bone augmentation materials are available to stimulate and encourage bone growth in areas where itis lost as a result of pathological or physiological processes.Bone Grafting Akron OH will help to place larger diameter implants in ideal locations that are stable andserviceable for a long time. It also helps to establish normal volume and dimensions of bone for idealaesthetics, lip support and phonetics.Special OffersGIFT CARDS • Personalized gift cards • Family gift cards • Acknowledgement and appreciation for referralsCARE CREDIT • We are proud to make Care Credit available to our patients • Care Credit is subject to approval • Care Credit offers personalized payment plans as desiredDISCOUNTS • % for full payment in advance by cash, check or money order.
For more information about other dental services Meet Dr. Cristian Chirla atDental Arts737 Canton RoadAkron, OH 44312Phone: 330-784-4441Fax: 330-784-3614Email: Doctor@cristianchirladmd.comWebsite: http://www.CristianChirlaDMD.comYou can also follow Dr. Cristian Chirla at http://www.facebook.com/people/Cristian-Chirla-Dmd/100001606871244 http://www.linkedin.com/pub/cristian-chirla-dmd/1b/a36/a93 http://twitter.com/chirladmd http://www.youtube.com/user/chirladmd