Having an in-house laboratory and a well-trained staff can make prosthodontic treatment much simpler and streamlined. After all, you will not have to endure significant wait time for specialists to communicate with each other, you receive the benefits of one itemized bill, and you can enjoy your new smile in as little as one visit. What’s more, our use of a radical process helps you mitigate your heal time and the trauma that traditional methods may cause. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX oral surgeon details this process to explain how receiving one or more implants can be completed in a minimally invasive manner.
Most implant specialists utilize a process known as flaps to place your biocompatible post. This process involves making an incision and peeling back the gums to expose the jaw bone. From here, the specialist will surgically place your post, then sew up the flaps to ensure healing. While an effective means of placing implants, the problem with this process is that it causes an unnecessary amount of tissue trauma which then results in a longer heal time and more pain to endure.
In an effort to provide our patients with quality care and minimize trauma in the process, Dr. Brown utilizes a radical approach that is minimally invasive in nature. He makes a small pinhole incision in the gums after determining the ideal placement for successful treatment, then gently rotates the post into place. And voila! That’s all there is to it! For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.
Higher-Precision with Guided Treatment
Part of the reason that makes Dr. Brown’s approach so effective is because we utilize guided implant surgery to ensure optimal placement. During your planning stage, we will create a digitally mapped-out guide of your smile. It consists of piecing together a number of CT scans and x-rays to achieve a 3D model of your teeth. From here, we can determine the ideal placement of your implant so as to properly absorb the pressure of your bite. For more information about the planning phase and guided treatment, reach out to our team.
Enjoying Your Smile Sooner
Higher precision and quality treatment lay the foundation for a successful implant. What’s more, our streamlined process helps you to enjoy your new grin sooner because you do not have to wait for multiple different specialists to communicate with each other about each phase of the process. We recognize that prosthodontic treatment can be discouraging to many, however, we want our patients to feel well-informed and comfortable every step of the way.
Learn More Today
Contact The Dental Implant Place in Fort Worth, TX by calling 817-560-0414 to learn more about guided placement and our minimally-invasive approach, or schedule your initial consultation with our team today.