ROOT™ Periodontal & Implant Centers

FORT WORTH, TX

Serving the Greater Dallas Fort Worth Metro

Periodontist Fort Worth TX

At Root Periodontal and Implant Center, our team of specialists is committed to providing you with high-quality care that addresses all your oral health needs. Our comprehensive services range from regular periodontal check-ups to ensure you maintain good periodontal health, cosmetic procedures to enhance the aesthetic appearance of your smile and improve your self-confidence, and advanced surgical procedures to correct significant oral health issues, such as dental implants, All-on-4, and/or full mouth reconstruction.

In addition to providing you with these services, we are also committed to developing a personalized treatment plan. Developing this treatment plan is a sign of our commitment to providing you with long-term care that is informed by an in-depth knowledge of your unique needs and oral and health history. In doing so, your risk of developing periodontal disease or similar issues will be significantly reduced.

When scheduling an appointment with our team, you can count on receiving high quality care delivered in a relaxed environment using the latest in dental technology. To learn more about services we offer, please refer to the overviews below; or to schedule an appointment

We look forward to providing you with the care you deserve!

Our office is located at 3409 N Tarrant Pkwy Suite #117, Fort Worth, TX 76177. Or You can call us at 817-242-ROOT

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ROOT Periodontal & Implant Center - Fort Worth
3409 N Tarrant Pkwy Suite #117
Fort Worth, TX 76177
Phone (817) 242-ROOT
Fax (817) 241-ROOT

Dr. Patel
Dr. Fallah
Dr. Alspach
Dr. Rabe
Dr. Praveen Parachuru

Dental Implants

There are a range of oral and physical health issues that can develop if a missing tooth or teeth are not treated. Dental implants fort worth are a popular treatment option to correct this issue. After placing a small titanium screw into your jawbone, your body will begin the process of osseointegration, whereby your natural jawbone fuses with the screw. Once this process is complete, a replacement crown is placed, which is designed to look and feel like your natural tooth.

All on 4 Dental Implants

Unlike traditional dental implants, which involve placement of one titanium post to which a replacement tooth is attached, All-on-4 Dental Implants can replace all or the majority of your missing teeth through the strategic placement of four posts, two in your upper jaw and two in your lower jaw.

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Sedation Dentistry

Although a general anesthetic is often sufficient in reducing or eliminating procedural pain, there are instances when dental sedation will be recommended, either due to the invasive and lengthy nature of the procedure, or to help patients who have dental phobia, anxiety, or difficulty sitting still for extended periods of time. Sedation can be administered as a gas, in pill form, or intravenously/intramuscularly, and can range in intensity from mild, medium, or heavy (deep).

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Gum Disease

Although a general anesthetic is often sufficient in reducing or eliminating procedural pain, there are instances when dental sedation will be recommended, either due to the invasive and lengthy nature of the procedure, or to help patients who have dental phobia, anxiety, or difficulty sitting still for extended periods of time. Sedation can be administered as a gas, in pill form, or intravenously/intramuscularly, and can range in intensity from mild, medium, or heavy (deep).

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Pinhole Surgical Technique

Although a general anesthetic is often sufficient in reducing or eliminating procedural pain, there are instances when dental sedation will be recommended, either due to the invasive and lengthy nature of the procedure, or to help patients who have dental phobia, anxiety, or difficulty sitting still for extended periods of time. Sedation can be administered as a gas, in pill form, or intravenously/intramuscularly, and can range in intensity from mild, medium, or heavy (deep).

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Laser Gum Therapy

Although a general anesthetic is often sufficient in reducing or eliminating procedural pain, there are instances when dental sedation will be recommended, either due to the invasive and lengthy nature of the procedure, or to help patients who have dental phobia, anxiety, or difficulty sitting still for extended periods of time. Sedation can be administered as a gas, in pill form, or intravenously/intramuscularly, and can range in intensity from mild, medium, or heavy (deep).

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Gum Recession

Although a general anesthetic is often sufficient in reducing or eliminating procedural pain, there are instances when dental sedation will be recommended, either due to the invasive and lengthy nature of the procedure, or to help patients who have dental phobia, anxiety, or difficulty sitting still for extended periods of time. Sedation can be administered as a gas, in pill form, or intravenously/intramuscularly, and can range in intensity from mild, medium, or heavy (deep).

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Socket Preservation

Although a general anesthetic is often sufficient in reducing or eliminating procedural pain, there are instances when dental sedation will be recommended, either due to the invasive and lengthy nature of the procedure, or to help patients who have dental phobia, anxiety, or difficulty sitting still for extended periods of time. Sedation can be administered as a gas, in pill form, or intravenously/intramuscularly, and can range in intensity from mild, medium, or heavy (deep).

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

To see if wisdom teeth removal fort worth is indeed in your best interests, you will want to schedule an evaluation. During this initial consultation we will examine the overall health of your teeth, review your medical history, and determine what treatment options might be best suited to your specific needs. Our teeth and gums are as unique to us as our fingerprints; we are all different.

LANAP

LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure) is the only FDA approved laser treatment of periodontal disease. The LANAP process involves the removal of infected tissue surrounding the tooth’s root to reduce inflammation and reverse periodontal disease using a dental laser. Although it produces similar results to a scaling and root planning procedure, there are times when LANAP is able to reach infected tissue that would not be possible using traditional methods. Additional benefits include improved accuracy, reduced need for general anesthetic, and a faster healing time.

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Frenectomy

LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure) is the only FDA approved laser treatment of periodontal disease. The LANAP process involves the removal of infected tissue surrounding the tooth’s root to reduce inflammation and reverse periodontal disease using a dental laser. Although it produces similar results to a scaling and root planning procedure, there are times when LANAP is able to reach infected tissue that would not be possible using traditional methods. Additional benefits include improved accuracy, reduced need for general anesthetic, and a faster healing time.

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Gum Contouring

Gum contouring is an effective treatment option for patients who have an uneven gum line or an imbalanced ratio of gum to teeth (gummy smile). The gum contouring process involves removal of targeted amounts of gum tissue, using either a scalpel or laser, until the desired ratio of gum to teeth has been achieved, resulting in a balanced and even smile.

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Scaling & Root Planing

Scaling and root planning is one of the most effective methods for reversing and preventing periodontal disease from developing. When plaque accumulates, it eventually hardens into calculus, which cannot be removed using traditional brushing methods. The scaling process removes this hardened layer using specialized dental equipment, after which the surface of the roots are smoothed or planed, making it more difficult for bacteria to accumulate.

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Laser Gum Surgery

Scaling and root planning is one of the most effective methods for reversing and preventing periodontal disease from developing. When plaque accumulates, it eventually hardens into calculus, which cannot be removed using traditional brushing methods. The scaling process removes this hardened layer using specialized dental equipment, after which the surface of the roots are smoothed or planed, making it more difficult for bacteria to accumulate.

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Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening involves recontouring the gum line through the removal of tissue, which in turn reveals more of the natural tooth. This procedure is often done to correct a gummy or uneven smile, but can also be done prior to the placement of a dental crown to ensure there is a sufficient amount of tooth exposed to support the crown.

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Scheduling regular visits to maintain your teeth and gums will actively improve your overall health, and maintaining a bright and strong healthy smile will do wonders for your self-confidence.

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Information On Fort Worth, Texas

Acting as county seat for Tarrant County, Fort Worth is the fifth largest city in Texas and the second largest city in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area. Fort Worth was originally established as an army outpost in 1849, and has a long history of being a trade hub for longhorn cattle. Today, Fort Worth has a vibrant economy and offers many wonderful activities, as well as a commitment to the arts, as demonstrated by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art and the Kimbell Art Museum, which was designed by Louis Kahn and is one of Texas’s premier art collections.

Fort Worth is also home to several universities, including Texas A&M University School of Law, University of North Texas Health Science Center, Texas Wesleyan, and Texas Christian University, as well as several multinational corporations, such as RadioShack, XTO Energy, Pier 1 Imports, BNSF Railway, American Airlines, and Lockheed Martin.

In addition to a vibrant local economy and vibrant arts and culture scene, Fort Worth also offers tremendous culinary options, including the Capital Grille, an upscale chophouse that serves steak just the way you like it, Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, which offers the freshest seafood options paired with high end cocktails and live jazz, or Reata Restaurant, an elegant and energetic ranch-themed restaurant with tremendous dining options and a rooftop lounge.

Whether you are seeking employment, looking to enjoy high-quality art, or are in the mood to enjoy top-notch dining with friends, Fort Worth truly offers something for everyone.

5 CONVENIENT DALLAS FORT WORTH ROOT™ PERIODONTAL AND IMPLANT CENTER LOCATIONS

2440 N. Josey Ln, #202
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-7603

1601 N. Elm St, Suite B
Denton, TX 76201
(940) 566-7021

2440 N. Josey Ln, #202
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-7603

3409 N Tarrant Pkwy, St 117
Fort Worth, TX 76177
817-242-ROOT

6340 Preston Rd, Suite 100
Frisco, TX 75034
(469) 489-ROOT

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