Computer Guided Dental Implants
Why Choose Computer Guided Dental Implants Over Traditional Dental Implants
The Latest Technology In Dental Implant Surgery
Guided surgery is a newer, advanced option for dental patients seeking a permanent replacement for missing teeth in Long Island. This kind of surgery uses computer guidance in order to ensure the most precise placement and natural-looking outcome. While traditional dental implants are still often used for single-tooth implants, especially in the rear of the mouth, computer-guided technology offers new options that can help your dentist restore your teeth precisely and accurately.
Guided surgery makes use of advanced imaging technologies to create a 3D model of the mouth. This virtual model can provide a significant advantage when planning for surgery and shaping the implant itself to ensure a precise, perfectly fitted outcome.
There are a number of advantages provided by guided surgery. For example, there is a lower risk of complications, as your dental surgeon will have a full 3D model of your bones, nerves and other oral structures. In addition, the procedure is far less invasive. Incisions and sutures, part of a traditional dental implant procedure in Long Island, are only partially necessary during guided surgery. This means that patients can enjoy a faster recovery that is also more comfortable.
Predictable.... esthetic results with our computer guided implants
MORE ACCURATE, MORE PREDICTABLE, MORE PRECISE OUTSTANDING RESULTS
Allows for the virtual visualization of your treatment plan, all while showing you the predicted outcome.
How It Works
The Computer Guided Dental Implants Process: 5 Steps
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Benefits of Computer Guided Dental Implants?
Guided surgery is a term that describes the advancements used to successfully install dental implants. Since implants were designed to combat problems below the gum line, the initial plan for placement worked beneath the gums. Today’s imaging technology and specialized tools help dental professionals to accurately predict and place the implant to improve the outcome of the appearance above the gumline.
The magic of guided surgery begins with imaging. 3D images are used to create a personalized surgical guide. When the guide is placed on your jaw, sleeves are used to help guide tools and put the implant into place. Benefits of 3D imaging combined with a surgical guide include:
Precision and Accuracy: The placement of sinuses, nerves, and the shape of your oral cavity is unique. Knowing the exact placement of your oral cavity eliminates many of the potential risks.
Predictability: With all of the information present, the dental team can correctly predict how the crown will appear when the surgery is complete.
Shorter Surgeries: By eliminating the guesswork and decreasing the potential risks, surgery time is decreased.
Reduced Trauma: Using a personalized surgical guide helps placement to be exact and reduce injury, bruising, and swelling.
Digital Planning: The ability to correctly predict the placement of the implant channel makes it easier to plan how the completed crown will appear.
CAD/CAM Technology: New technology allows for immediate restoration and to be placed at time of implant procedure.
Painless, Easy, Affordable Permanent Lifetime Solutions to Replace Missing Teeth!
Dental implants are a groundbreaking advancement in tooth replacement. Finally, dental professionals can work to address the problems missing teeth cause below the gumline and produce a beautiful lasting solution. As the technology becomes more advanced, guided surgery improves the final appearance of replacements and increases eligibility for the procedure.