Placing Mini Dental Implants for Patients with Lost Bone Tissue

Have you tried relining a loose denture and are still unsatisfied? Do you feel that implants are too expensive? Have you had multiple sets of dentures? Do you just want to eat more and eat out in public?

Not always can a denture be relined to fit like it once was, and not always can patients tolerate dentures. Not all patient want to elect to spend thousands of dollars on implants either? That is where mini dental implants come in. Texas Denture Clinic uses the latest and most innovative techniques in modern dentistry, which provides new opportunities for patients who have problems with their dentures or missing teeth.

What Are Mini Dental Implants?

Mini Dental Implants are smaller than traditional implants. They have been advocated for patients with thin bone who may not want to have bone grafting done or are not a candidate.

Why Choose Mini Dental Implants?

  • Can anchor bridges, cemented crowns or dentures.
  • Help preserve the jawbone and aesthetic appearance.
  • Cost effective is about half the price of conventional dental implants.
  • Allow you to eat, speak, and smile with renewed confidence.

he Texas Denture Clinic in Fort Worth, Texas makes use of the most recent technology in analyzing the density and quality of the bone before performing the mini implant placement. We scan all of our implant patients with an ICAT 3-D CT Scanner. This process allows Dr. Damon at the Texas Denture Clinic to choose the right size and type of the mini implant for a precise placement and to avoid sinuses and nerves during the procedure. .

The placement of the mini dental implants is easy, simple, and usually quick. The procedure is done in our office and only requires a  sedation or a local anesthesia. The dentist will use a controlled, precise surgical procedure to place the mini dental implants into the jawbone. The dental implants’ abutment are placed protruded from the gum tissue to provide a solid and strong foundation for the replacement teeth or dentures.

If you think mini dental implants are for you contact Texas Denture Clinic today to schedule an appointment.