Dental technician applies ceramic material to the crown of a dental implant in a dental laboratory using tweezers and a brush. Dental technology close-up.We often hear stories of individuals experiencing fear or anxiety when facing their restorative dental procedure, and sometimes it becomes so encompassing that it causes individuals to table their emergent oral health needs. What is worse are stories of individuals who overcome this fear just to have their worries affirmed with unnecessarily invasive treatment. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX oral surgeon details how our unique process requires minimal invasion and makes for a more comfortable and streamlined treatment.

Why Function Matters

When it comes to your smile, the last thing you or your dentist wants is for you to lose a natural tooth. In some situations, however, this step may be necessary for preserving your overall oral health. While this is the case, it is only half of the battle, as a missing structure can significantly impact your oral function and make performing routine tasks much more grueling. Because of the complications that arise from a missing structure, your dentist may recommend a dental implant to help restore it.

Alongside the importance of function, our team believes in the importance of having a thorough understanding of your procedure before we begin. We take the time to help familiarize you with the ins and outs of your treatment from the first moment we meet in your consultation all the way through the completion of your placement. For more information about this process, contact our team today.

Traditional Practices v. Our Approach

For years, the go-to practice to place an implant consist of a method known as flaps. This process would require your oral surgeon to create an incision at the implant site and peel back that section of your gums in order to properly place the dental implant. The main concern with this practice is, however, that it causes unnecessary trauma and damage that ultimately leads to a more painful procedure with a longer heal time.

At our office, we recognize the traditional placement method as being a sub-par procedure at best, which is why we decided to take up a radical treatment that can help avoid those complications through a minimally invasive approach. When you come in for your treatment, Dr. Brown attempts to minimize your discomfort by creating a small pinhole in the gums for your implant. From here, he will gently rotate the biocompatible post into place, and voila! Your treatment is complete. This method allows for highly precise placement without excessive trauma or healing time.

Streamlining the Process

For our patients, a highly precise and consistent treatment means having an understanding of the procedure and knowing what to expect. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible and receive quality replacements that you can enjoy sooner rather than later.

Schedule Your Consultation

Contact The Dental Implant Place in Fort Worth, TX by calling 817-560-0414 to learn more about our unique practice, or to schedule your next appointment with our team.