The process of rebuilding your smile after you’ve lost one or more teeth might seem like it would be complicated out of necessity. That’s especially true for dental implants, which are root-like posts that are surgically inserted into your jawbone. However, at our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, our focus is always on keeping your treatment as minimally invasive as possible. That includes using innovative technology to design and perform your dental implant treatment in-house, as well as using specialized implant posts to help some patients avoid the need for jawbone grafting.

Using more advanced technology

Advanced diagnostics and imaging are paramount to the quality of your dental implant treatment, which is why we’ve invested in high-quality digital imaging and CAD/CAM technologies in-office. Having an in-house lab allows us to thoroughly analyze your oral health, including capturing detailed X-ray and CT images and creating 3D digital molds of your oral structures. Digital technology also allows us to create a surgical guide that makes the implant placement process much more efficient and precise.

Centralizing your entire treatment process

In addition to making the diagnostic and planning stages of your treatment more comfortable and convenient, advanced technology and extensive experience also allow us to perform your implant placement in our office. At most other dental practices, this stage is performed at a separate office, with a different team of professionals. However, keeping your treatment minimally invasive means helping you avoid the need to visit multiple different offices throughout the course of your treatment. This also means we can provide a temporary restoration immediately after placing your dental implant posts, allowing you to enjoy your new smile while you wait until we can place your permanent restoration.

Placing small-diameter implant posts

For some patients, receiving dental implants means undergoing jawbone grafting first. This may be necessary when the jawbone loses a significant amount of mass and density from the loss of their teeth roots, or from the progression of severe gum disease. However, in some cases, we may be able to utilize small-diameter implant posts that are thinner and smaller than traditional posts. Small-diameter implants can be placed in less-dense jawbone structure, and their strategic placement allows them to effectively withstand your bite pressure.

Learn about minimally invasive implant treatment

Rebuilding your smile with dental implants doesn’t have to be an overly complicated process. For more information about our minimally invasive approach, schedule a free consultation by calling The Dental Implant Place in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-560-0414. We proudly serve the residents of Ft. Worth, Dallas, Southlake, and all surrounding communities.