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Implant Dentistry – Colleyville, TX

Tooth Replacement for the 21st Century

Thanks to his prosthodontic training, Dr. Branberg knows a thing or two about replacing missing teeth, having rebuilt countless smiles over the course of his career. Whenever someone comes to see him wanting to replace their missing teeth, his first recommendation is always dental implants. Why? Because they simply offer the best of everything in a single treatment: unmatched aesthetics, supreme functionality, and sturdy construction that can last for decades. If you’re ready to enjoy a full and confident smile again, dental implants are your best answer, and you can get them right here at The DFW Dental Implant Center. To learn more and schedule a one-on-one consultation, contact us today.

Why Choose DFW Dental Implant Center for Implant Dentistry?

  • Dentist who has completed thousands of implant cases
  • All restorations made by our on-site lab
  • State-of-the-art technology used for treatment planning

Single Implant Crowns

Implant supported dental crown placement animation

The reason dental implants are so special is that they are the only restoration that brings back an entire tooth both above and below the gum line. A small titanium post is surgically placed into the jaw, and this is used to support the new tooth/teeth. For patients missing just one tooth, an implant root and custom-made porcelain crown can be expertly fitted into the smile without affecting the surrounding teeth at all.

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Implant Bridges

Implant supported fixed bridge placement animation

A bridge is a type of dental prosthetic that’s used to replace multiple missing teeth in a row at the same time. Traditionally, they are held within the mouth using dental crowns placed on the teeth on either side of the absent ones. For patients who lack enough dental structure to support a regular bridge, however, an implant bridge is still a viable option. With this, the new teeth are secured using two implant roots, giving it a stability a normal bridge simply can’t match.

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Implant Dentures

Model implant supported denture

Are you missing most of your teeth, or are you sick and tired of dealing with a denture that just won’t stay in place? If so, dental implants can help you finally have a set of teeth you can trust. Rather than replacing each tooth individually with implants, just two to four implants can anchor a full denture directly to the jawbone. Because of this strong foundation, patients don’t have to worry about annoying slippage whenever they are eating or speaking.

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All-on-4® Treatment Concept

All on 4 denture placement animation

The All-on-4 procedure enables Dr. Branberg to restore an entire arch of teeth using just four strategically placed implants. Two are located towards the front of the jawbone where it is naturally thicker, and two more are positioned towards the back of the mouth at a slight angle to ensure maximum retention. A custom-made bridge is permanently secured to them. In just one appointment, a patient can walk out with a reliable temporary prosthetic, and after a few months, receive their permanent denture.

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Full-Arch Implant Bridges

Full arch implant bridge placement animation

This procedure involves permanently securing a dental prosthetic replacing all teeth to the jawbone using four to six implants. Similar to the All-on-4 procedure outlined above, this approach not only uses more implants for strength and durability, but they are also positioned differently. With All-on-4, half of the implants are placed at an angle to eliminate the need for additional bone grafting. With a full-arch bridge, however, the implants are placed at the same angle due to more available bone. Either approach gives our patient a strong, reliable, permanent option to replace their teeth.

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Mini-Implants

Older woman with healthy smile

Dental implants require a patient to have a thick and strong jawbone in order to adequately support the new prosthetic roots. However, for patients who have been missing teeth for a long time, their jaw is often too thin or brittle to do so safely. That’s where mini-implants can help. Shorter and thinner than regular implant roots, they can be placed into weaker jawbones and still provide a firm hold for a new denture that outclasses a traditional removable prosthetic. Also, thanks to their reduced size, the time needed to get them and heal from the procedure are usually much shorter compared to regular implants as well.

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Bone Grafting

Animation of bone grafting process

Bone grafting is a procedure in which an area of the jawbone is built up and thickened in order to improve its ability to hold a dental implant. Unlike with other dentists in the area, Dr. Branberg is able to perform this procedure himself so patients in need don’t have to visit an outside specialist. Using bone harvested from the patient themselves, donated bone, or a lab-made grafting material, Dr. Branberg can take a patient who would normally not be a good candidate for implants and give them everything they need to rebuild their smile for a lifetime.

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Dental Implant Salvage

Did your dental implants not take the first time? It’s rare for the procedure to fail, but in some cases the implant post might not join with the bone due to a health issue or placement error. In these cases, we can perform a dental implant salvage process to address the underlying problem. Most of the time, we can reattempt dental implant placement once your condition has been treated and your mouth has fully healed.

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