Dr. Bramanti is a private practitioner of Periodontics, Advanced Dental Implant Dentistry, and TMJ Expert serving patients in Fresno for almost 30 years.


With a passion for lifelong results, Dr. Bramanti has pioneered new standards of care for dental implant success. Dr. Bramanti is recognized as a Leader and Authority in Dental Implant Dentistry. He has contributed to scientific and clinical research journals and also medical articles in local periodicals to raise awareness of health issues impacting the Central Valley.

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Thanks to advancements in today's dental implant treatments, patients have more options for more permanent tooth restorations today than ever before. The days of being "stuck" with just traditional dentistry is a thing of the past. If you want more information regarding dental implant solutions, contact Dr. Bramanti for a personalized consultation.

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Dental implant placement usually involves the following steps:



Initial Consultation And Imaging

Your Dental Implant Expert will thoroughly examine your mouth, review your health history, take any necessary X-rays or CBCT 3D images, discuss the various dental implant solutions tailored to your needs and desires, and then develop a treatment plan that best fits your health goals and affordability.

Dental Implant Placement

Your Dental Implant Expert will place the dental implant in your jawbone where your tooth or teeth are missing. Although each patient’s experience is unique, most people find they experience less pain and discomfort than they expect, and typically return to work the next day. Local anesthesia or IV sedation can be used to keep you comfortable, depending upon the scope and complexity of the procedure. Post-implant placement discomfort is  minimal and very tolerable, may include swelling, bruising, minor bleeding, but most patients usually manage any discomfort with over-the-counter medications and a medicated rinse.

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Osseointegration (Bone Anchorage)

As you heal, your dental implant and jawbone will anchor and bond together in a process called osseointegration (os-e-o-in-tuh-GRAY-shun), forming a strong, long-lasting foundation for your replacement teeth. During this healing process, which can take as little as two months, you go on with your normal life. You will be on a soft food diet for the first few days to make sure your dental implants heal properly. In some cases, your Dental Implant Expert may also be able to place temporary teeth during this period.

DENTAL IMPLANTS: What to Expect

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Dental Abutment Placement

Once your dental implant bonds with your jawbone, a small connector – called an abutment – is placed on the dental implant just above the gumline. In some cases, the abutment can be placed at the same time as the dental implant.

Custom-Design And Attachment Of New Teeth

After your gums heal, your Dental Implant Expert will make impressions of your mouth and remaining teeth to custom-make your artificial teeth. These teeth – which can be an individual crown, implant-supported bridge or dental implant dentures containing multiple replacement teeth – will be attached to the abutment. Although they don’t decay, your new teeth and gums will need the same routine care, checkups and cleanings as your natural teeth.

Periodic Check Ups

Depending on the number and type of dental implants and replacement teeth you receive, the entire process can take two to nine months. After your dental implant placement is finished, you’ll visit your Dental Implant Dentist periodically for follow-up checkups, just as you do your regular dentist.

About The Author:

Thomas E. Bramanti, D.D.S., Ph.D., DABP, DABOI, FAAID is a:

Board-Certified Specialist in Periodontics

Board-Certified Specialist In Oral Implantology

Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry

Leading Authority In Implant Dentistry.