Guided Implant Surgery: Dynamic 3D Navigation for Dental Implants
Here at Premier Periodontics and Implant Dentistry in Tinton Falls, NJ we want all of our patients to have the best experience possible. For this reason, we adopt proven dental technology to simplify complex procedures and processes - giving our patients a better experience and providing a better result. The Guided Implant Surgery dynamic 3D navigation system gives us a real advantage when we are performing dental implant placement surgery, allowing us to place implants with high accuracy and stellar success rates.
Before Guided Implant Surgery
Before the Guided Implant Surgery, dental implant placement was carefully planned using various technologies such as cone beam 3D imaging systems. Once a plan was developed for implant location and placement, the clinician would surgically place the implant according to the plan. However, as with any surgery, there exists the possibility for some variation between the perfect placement and the actual placement. While this current process almost always yields excellent results, Guided Implant Surgery allows clinicians to do an even better job with accuracy and placement by giving real-time feedback during the surgery. To be clear, Guided Implant Surgery does not replace technologies such as cone beams, but it compliments them to give the clinician even more technology options to further improve patient outcomes.
Implant Placement Using The Guided Implant Surgery
The Guided Implant Surgery works in unison with cone beam 3D imagery to give us a live video overlay not only of your jaw, bone, and teeth but our drilling tools in relation to them. The Guided Implant Surgery shows us the exact angle, depth, and placement of every action we take in your mouth in real time. This gives us the ability to precisely control the placement of every implant procedure we perform.
Implant placement outcomes are better with the Guided Implant Surgery, giving us a higher implant success rate, and happier patients. Even the recovery process can potentially benefit from the Guided Implant Surgery system. Patients who have implants placed using the Guided Implant Surgery system may in some cases achieve faster and smoother recovery results than those who have no surgical guide.
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