In the past, individual patients who have been considered appropriate candidates for teeth implants needed to deal with lengthy surgery, frequently leading to prolonged discomfort and healing especially if the surgeon finds out there is no bone for dental implants. Furthermore, dental implant surgery could become complicated if there are vital nerves next to the planned implant site.
Fortunately, with ever-evolving computer guidance technology that can help to locate exactly the perfect location for implant positioning, the process is now much faster and much more reliable. For a lot of people who might not have had the ability to receive teeth implants because of questionable bone volume for support, might now have the ability to undergo the process having a much-enhanced possibility of success!
So How Exactly Does the Guided Dental Implant Surgery Work?
Guided Dental Implant Surgery considerably enhances the process through the use of a mechanical Tomography (CT) Scan. This three dimensional imaging allows implant dental practitioners to
visualize the precise topography of the jawbone. This causes it to be a much easier process to discover the detailed anatomy of the jaw.
Benefits of Guided Dental Implant Surgery
Guided Dental Implant Surgery Procedure
Everyone deserves a healthy, brilliant smile – and Dental Implant & Periodontal Surgeons, P.C. is committed to making that happen with the mutual care and treatment of Drs. Sam Khoury and Juan Carlos Cabrera.
We believe that teamwork is the ultimate way for comprehensive patient care. Drs. Khoury & Cabrera utilize the latest in cutting edge technology, such as the PiezoSurgery, Guided Dental Implant Surgery and also perform clinical studies on regeneration of bone. Finally, for patient comfort, they both utilize IV Sedation (Sleep Dentistry) and controlled delivery of local anesthesia with the Wand anesthesia machine.
We welcome your patients to our office and trust that they will be highly cared for.