Too often have we heard about horror stories that individuals have endured regarding their dental implant procedure. From a drastically long wait time to traumatic surgery and everything in-between, it is no wonder a certain fear or anxiety may accompany a person in need for implant treatment. Our office recognizes this concern, and takes steps to ensure our patients are well-informed, prepared, and comfortable during every step of the process. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX oral surgeon explains the process behind making your treatment much more comfortable by utilizing a minimally-invasive technique.
Benefits of Our Lab
One of the major issues that individuals have with the implant process is that so many parts are outsourced to other specialists. For instance, your dentist may be able to surgically place the implant post, but may rely on a specialist to first design a custom restoration, and another to create the post and abutment.
With so many contributing actors, your chances of diminished quality increases. What’s more? The cost of your procedure can quickly wrack up, as each specialist will have his or her own separate invoice. In addition to this, the time it will take to receive your custom restoration will vary, as each specialist will have to work with each other’s schedules and hours of operation.
To mitigate much of these issues, our office takes each moving factor and places it all in one convenient place – our office! In other words, our team of specialists coupled with our fully equipped in-house lab and technology makes receiving your treatment much more straight-forward. What’s more? You can expect higher-quality results since the entire process is overseen by the same team. For more information, reach out to our office today.
A Minimally-Invasive Approach
In addition to our in-house lab and team of specialists, a factor that helps set our treatment above the rest includes a minimally-invasive approach. You see, most oral surgeons utilize a process known as flaps, in which an incision is made and the gums are peeled back to expose the jaw bone. The problem with this procedure is that it creates unnecessary trauma and damage.
To mitigate this damage and increased healing period, Dr. Brown creates a small pinhole incision and then gently rotates the implant into place. And voila! Your procedure is complete.
Streamlining Your Treatment
We recognize the unnecessary trauma, long wait time, and increased cost that accompanies dental implants, and we strive to make this process as painless as possible. Streamlining your treatment means equipping you with the necessary tools and resources to enjoy successful prosthodontics without the complications of a traditional system.
Schedule Your Consultation
For more information about the benefits of our minimally-invasive treatment, or to schedule your initial consultation with our team, contact The Dental Implant Place in Fort Worth, TX by calling 817-560-0414 today.