The unique nature of your oral health tissues and structures, coupled with the compounding consequences that issues as such as tooth loss can lead to, make it especially important to custom-design most oral health treatment plans. This customization helps ensure that your treatment produces optimal results, and in many cases, it also helps keep your treatment plan as minimally invasive as possible.
Making treatment processes simpler
While some oral health concerns aren’t complex to address, the simple act of altering your tooth structure to address it can have lasting consequences on the tooth’s structure. Likewise, when it comes to replacing a lost or extracted tooth, the extent of treatment and, sometimes, need for prerequisite procedures, can also have additional impacts on your oral health. The goal of minimally invasive oral health treatment is to make your treatment plan as simple as possible to achieve optimal results with minimal impact on your surrounding oral health structures. This takes a combination of extensive oral health experience and advanced dental technologies that few dental offices can achieve successfully.
Digitized modeling and treatment planning
In most dental health treatment processes, technology is playing an increasingly larger role in patients’ success stories. This is felt strongest in the diagnosis and treatment planning stages, during which it’s essential to capture highly detailed and accurate images of your teeth and oral structures. For example, rather the use of digital radiography and CT scanning allows for the creation of digital dental models that can be used to create highly precise, custom dental restorations. Digital models eliminate the need for physical models that must be placed over teeth and oral structures, then removed and used for restoration design.
The benefits of customizing treatment
When planning minimally invasive oral health treatment with the help of digital dental technology, keeping treatment processes simple is only part of the advantage. Digital images also allow your oral health specialist to more precisely diagnose your oral health concerns and personalize appropriate treatment plans. Designing treatment that optimizes your final results while minimizing the extent of your treatment is more efficient with the help of digital images that can be amplified and manipulated without losing resolution.
Benefit from minimally invasive treatment
Oral health concerns, such as tooth loss, can be most effectively resolved with the help of customized, minimally invasive treatment. To learn more, 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.