After learning a bit about dental implants and their ability to replace your lost teeth more effectively, you can feel like you know all there is to know about the treatment process. While it’s true that placing and restoring your dental implants is fairly straightforward, the processes themselves can sometimes be more complex than you might expect. For example, traditional dental implant treatment involves visiting multiple offices for different parts of your treatment, and often, you may have to wait for several months before you can receive a restoration to restore your smile.

A focus on comfort and convenience

At our office, our goal is to help streamline every part of the dental implant treatment process, with a focus on your comfort and convenience as well as the success of your treatment. The first step to this process is centralizing your entire dental implant treatment under one roof. With a fully outfitted, advanced dental laboratory and in-house dental implant placement capabilities, we can perform every step of your treatment process, from planning your treatment to placing your implants and securing your lifelike restoration to the posts.

A minimally invasive approach to restoration

By keeping every step your dental implant treatment in-house, our team has greater control over these steps and can do more to keep your treatment as minimally invasive as possible. For example, placing dental implant posts can sometimes require additional oral health procedures, such as jawbone grafting, to accommodate conditions that can result from the loss of your teeth. By utilizing specialized, mini dental implant posts that are smaller in diameter than traditional implants, we can help you enjoy the benefits of dental implants with minimal or no need for jawbone grafting first.

The immediate restoration of your dental implants

Being able to place your dental implant posts and design the restoration that they’ll support all in one office helps ensure a higher quality for your restoration’s comfort and performance. This capability combined with the use of advanced digital technology also allows us to help many patients enjoy their newly restored smiles faster. Using CAD/CAM technology, we can digitally design and print a temporary restoration on-site that offers comparable quality to your permanent restoration. By placing the temporary on your dental implant posts on the day of your dental implant placement procedure, you can begin to enjoy the benefits of your smile in significantly less time.

Learn more about advanced dental implant placement

By centralizing your dental implant placement and restoration procedures, we can help you experience a more convenient and minimally invasive implant treatment process. To learn more, schedule a free consultation by calling The Dental Implant Place in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-560-0414.