The general idea of dental implants has been around for a long time, but the innovations behind today’s dental implants have come about much more recently. Today’s technology continues to improve and refine your Fort Worth, TX, implant dentist’s ability to safely, comfortably and conveniently place an implant or several implants, to provide an implant-restored smile. Some of the technology relates to the proper placement of each implant, while other technology means a more natural and lifelike restoration. We are always ready to answer detailed technology questions at a free consultation, or any appointment.

The Convenience of an On-Site Lab

There was a time when dental implant patients might see one specialist for the diagnosis, and then see another specialist for implant placement. Meanwhile, the implant crowns (the visible portion that replaces the missing tooth) would be crafted in third location, and shipped in a few weeks. An in house lab allows our trusted staff to see your implant placement from start to finish in our office. This saves you time, adds convenience, and allows us to oversee every step of the process.

Digitally Guided Placement of the Implant Post

Advances in technology mean that our office can perform CT scans in house, for a 3-D view of your jaw and teeth. Through these images, and other measurements, we can create a digitally mapped guide to ensure the optimum implant placement for every individual.

Restorations That Match Your Natural Teeth

Losing even a single tooth can have profound repercussions for the health of your smile. An additional consideration is the look of a single implant, or a series of prosthetic teeth on an implant bridge or implant denture. Using our in-house CAD/CAM technology, we can take digital measurements and send them to our on-site milling machine. This technology produces custom prosthetic teeth, somewhat in the way a digital printer can create products, that are precise color, size and texture matches to your natural teeth.

Learn More About How Our Implant Technology Can Benefit You

Whether you want to know a lot about the technical side of dental implants, or just want to have your dental implant needs cared for in a state-of-the art office, give us a call and schedule a free consultation by calling The Dental Implant Place in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-560-0414.