Dental template for guided implantation surgeryThanks to consistent innovation and advances in dental technology, many of the previously daunting procedures from the past can now be performed in a minimally-invasive and a less-intensive manner. Indeed, advances in equipment make oral surgery and treatment much more precise in nature, while also increasing your implant’s chance of success. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX oral surgeon explains how our team utilizes guided treatment to strategically place your implant post, thus providing strong and sturdy restorations for life.

Benefits of Technology

Part of what makes our care so efficient and beneficial for our patients is the fact that we do not have to outsource any part of your implant to other specialists. Indeed, having an in-house laboratory and specialized equipment makes your treatment much more effective and efficient. In fact, our team can design, create, and place your dental implant in as little as a single day!

When you come in for your treatment, we begin by taking a series of x-rays in order to precisely measure your teeth. After all, no smile is exactly the same, and our goal is to provide treatment customized to your needs.

Following this step, we create a 3D render of your smile by combining these x-rays so that we can create a 3D model to work off of. This step would not be possible without the help of advanced dental technology, and we find it provides a more realistic representation of each and every crevice, texture, and more of your teeth. To learn more about this process and what your options may be, reach out to our team today.

Guided Implant Treatment

In order to ensure your implant is placed in the ideal location, we utilize guided implant treatment. This process involves creating a digital map of your grin so that we can determine the precise location your biocompatible post should be placed. In other words, we determine the spot at which your implant will provide the most support for your bite’s pressure, thus extending your new structure’s lifespan. What’s more? Our non-invasive treatment allows you to heal at a quicker rate and subsequently enjoy your new teeth sooner rather than later. Contact our team for a free consultation to learn more today.

A More Durable Grin

When it comes to restoring your bite, a quality restoration and post matter tremendously. Indeed, precise placement and measurements can increase your chances of maintaining your implant for life, and our team is ready to help determine the ideal treatment for you and your smile.

Schedule Your Consultation

Guided treatment allows for increased precision, thus leading to a lifelong grin. Contact The Dental Implant Place in Fort Worth, TX by calling 817-560-0414 to schedule your free initial consultation with our team and learn more today about our treatment plans.