Cutting Edge Technology for Tooth Replacement

Computer Guided surgery is a groundbreaking minimally invasive procedure using the most current digital technology to complete dental implant surgery. This surgery delivers an accurate and effective method for placing dental implants swiftly, comfortably, and with great accuracy. Using guided dental implant surgery, a surgeon can map out the complete surgical process virtually, using three-dimensional images along with a digital model of their patient’s mouth. After doing this, the surgeon can view all facets of the particular dental implant surgery prior to it happening. This results in:

  • Minimally invasive; the procedure is shorter
  • Top Long Term Care
  • Results are Predictable

Computer guided dental implant surgery streamlines the process of  implant treatment and makes it able to be completed more swiftly, safer, and a lot more comfortably.

Advantages include:

  • Exceedingly accurate thanks to three-dimensional imaging along with dedicated software
  • Surgical time is decreased
  • Trauma to both soft and hard oral tissues is lessened
  • It is not as invasive as there are no sutures or incisions needed
  • Negligible risks
  • Less discomfort as well as a speedier recovery timeframe
  • Effective (the implants, crowns and abutments may all be done via a single procedure
  • Success rate is very high

We use the most up to date technology associated with dental implant surgery. Using the in- office Cone Beam Computerized Tomography (CBCT) scanner, our office can obtain cross- sectional images instantly. CBCT provides top clarity images with substantially less radiation than what comes from traditional CT scanners. The American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology says in their position statement, “The AAOMR advises cross-sectional imagery be utilized for assessing all types of dental implant sites as well as saying CBCT is the imagery technique of choice for gathering this data.”

When your surgeon is getting ready to do your implant surgery via using these high-tech computer models and the related software, you’ll be required to get prepared for the process too. If you follow these directions, it will assist in ensuing your surgery as well as your recovery
process as effortlessly and swiftly as possible.

When the surgeon has totally planned out all of the guided dental implant procedure virtually, he or she, can then do the necessary dental implant treatment process. Since everything has been accessed before the surgery is done, the surgeon can complete the implant
procedure in a shorter time frame.

Depending on the number of implants you are getting, either IV sedation or local anesthesia is utilized so you will be comfortably while the surgery is done in the office. If anesthetic management is utilized the patient must follow these instructions:

  • No eating or drinking at least six to eight hours before you have the surgery
  • Make sure you have arranged for a driver to take you home when the surgery is done
  • You must have someone who can stay with you for several hours after the surgery

Since the precise placement location has been predetermined, there is usually no need to make any incisions in your gum tissue, so the whole procedure is comfortable and minimally invasive. Additionally, there is generally less swelling and pain after the surgery. Plus, you recover recovery is faster.

After the implants are put into position, the abutments, along with the provisional crowns, may be able to be placed into your mouth at surgery due to digital pre-planning. Since a large portion of the facets of this guided dental implant surgery is done a head of time, the whole procedure is able to be done in mere hours instead of over several months.

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