Even if all of your teeth are missing, loose, or decayed beyond repair, the dental implant experts at Austin Dental Implant Center have a solution that will have you enjoying your favorite foods, speaking, and smiling after just one visit. DIAsmile™ is a complete dental implant teeth replacement option that will transform your life and give you greater confidence than ever before. The DIAsmile™ process includes everything: the surgical procedure, sedation, prosthetic restoration, and even extra implant posts, if needed. Don’t worry, we don’t charge you per implant so extra implants does not mean extra cost!
The DIAsmile™ process begins with a free consultation with one of our doctors to determine if you’re a candidate for the procedure. The doctor performs a clinical examination and 3D imaging (Catscan) evaluation that enables us to evaluate the current condition of your teeth, gums, and bone structure. Unlike many other offices where you spend the majority of your consultation appointment with a salesperson, your consultation appointment at Austin Dental Implant Center is spent with a Doctor who will answer all of your questions about your dental condition and possible treatment options. If you decide to move forward with treatment, Austin Dental Implant Center has additional advanced technology such as Zirkonzahn™ Facehunter™ digital face scanners that allows us to design and plan your DIAsmile™ implant procedure safely and accurately. Few offices in the United States have these advanced planning technologies onsite in their dental office. Austin Dental Implant Center does.
When you choose us, your full arch dental implants will be placed by professionals with extensive training and experience who deliver exceptional results. In fact, our skilled surgeons have placed over 2,000 DIAsmile™ full arch cases with a success rate of more than 99 percent! Dr. Dan Holtzclaw and Dr. Juan Gonzalez earned credentials at prestigious dental education institutions, and practiced dentistry in the U.S. military, receiving many awards and honors. Both are considered leading authorities in the field, regularly training other practices on specialized procedures, authoring research-based articles, and lecturing at high-profile industry events.