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In House Dental Lab


All of Your Treatment in One Place

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All in One Office

Crafting Your Implant Restoration In-House

Traditionally, receiving dental implants required scheduling multiple visits at different specialists’ offices throughout the course of your treatment.

However, our goal is to help make rebuilding your smile more comfortable and convenient, which is why we’ve implemented an in-house laboratory that streamlines the entire implant process. From digital scanning and mold creation to implant placement, custom restoration work, and bonding your restoration to your implants, everything is done under one roof for your convenience.

We’ve also outfitted our lab with highly advanced technology to ensure high-quality results for every one of our patients.

Convenience, Quality, and Customization

The Benefits of an In House Dental Lab

Convenience– Because your restoration is crafted in-house, you don’t have to visit another office or wait for several weeks while it’s being created. This means your overall treatment is more convenient, and you can enjoy your new smile much sooner.

One Bill – Keeping your entire treatment in-house also means that you only receive one bill for your treatment, instead of having to navigate multiple different treatments and payments. This helps minimize the overall costs of your treatment.

Lifelike Results – Having the same team in charge of your entire treatment and being able to collaborate personally helps ensure that your dental implant restoration more closely resembles your healthy, natural tooth/teeth. The ultimate realism offers significantly high-quality esthetic and functional results for your smile.

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Advanced Technology for Higher Quality Care

These days, any dental office and/or laboratory is limited by the extent of its technology. We believe that our patients deserve for us to go the extra mile when rebuilding their smiles, which is why we’ve expanded our capabilities using some of the latest digital imaging and treatment technologies.

CT Scans

CT, or computed tomography, is a digital scanning technology that creates a precise, 3D model of your teeth, their roots, and the surrounding oral structures. A CT scan combines multiple digital X-rays from varying angles to create a highly accurate image of your oral health. We may utilize the scan for diagnostic and/or treatment planning in combination with other digital images and measurements.

CAD / CAM Design Technology

CAD/CAM, or computer-aided design/manufacturing, is one of our more innovative technologies. The system digitally measures your teeth, dental ridges, and oral structures to record the optimal size, shape, contour, and measurements of your teeth.

Then, it digitally designs your restoration according to these measurements, and creates the restoration on-site through a digital milling machine (much like a 3D printer). CAD/CAM helps us create your restoration in a single day, so you don’t have to wait to enjoy your new smile.

Digital Surgical Guidance

Guided dental implant surgery involves the use of a digitally mapped “guide” that allows for enhanced precision when placing your dental implants. The digital guide is mapped out during your implant planning phase, and is designed to place each implant post in an optimal position to absorb your bite’s pressure.

With guided implant surgery, you have a greater chance of your dental implant posts lasting for life, and never needing replacement..

All in One Office

Enjoy Faster and More Precise Treatment

By centralizing your dental implant planning, placement, and restoration all under one roof, we make rebuilding and restoring your smile much more convenient.

To learn more, schedule a free consultation by calling The Dental Implant Place in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-560-0414. We also proudly serve patients in Dallas, Weatherford, Arlington, Southlake, and all surrounding communities.

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