3D Static Guided Implant Surgery for Outstanding Surgical Precision and Convenience
An OneGuide implant, also known as computer-guided implant surgery, minimizes the discomfort of previous implant surgery, using a digital method to maintain a high level of safety. The cutting-edge surgery simulation simplifies the procedure, and makes it safer and more accurate.
Accurate Diagnosis and Planning: Digital guided implant surgery allows for highly accurate planning of implant placement. Advanced software creates a detailed 3D model of the patient's oral anatomy, including bone structure, teeth, nerves, and blood vessels. This enables the dentist or oral surgeon to plan the exact position, depth, and angle of the implant before the actual surgery.
Minimized Risk: The precise planning and use of surgical guides help minimize the risk of errors during the surgery. This can reduce the chances of damaging nearby structures, such as nerves and blood vessels, and result in safer and more predictable outcomes.
Less Invasive: Digital guided implant surgery often allows for minimally invasive techniques. The surgical guide ensures that the implant is placed exactly where intended, reducing the need for extensive tissue manipulation. This can lead to less post-operative discomfort, swelling, and faster recovery times.
Shorter Procedure Time: The accuracy and efficiency of digital planning can lead to shorter procedure times. The guided implant surgery process is streamlined, as the surgeon can follow the pre-determined plan without the need for extensive adjustments during the surgery.
Improved Aesthetics: Precise implant placement can result in improved aesthetic outcomes, as the final restoration can be more accurately aligned with the natural teeth. This is particularly important in cases where the implant is in a visible area of the mouth.
Patient Education: Digital guided implant surgery allows the dentist to show the patient a visual representation of the treatment plan and expected results. This can help patients better understand the procedure and have realistic expectations.
Customized Solutions: The digital planning process allows for customization of the implant treatment to each patient's unique anatomy. This can lead to better implant positioning and overall treatment outcomes.
Long-Term Success: Properly placed dental implants have a higher likelihood of long-term success. Digital guided implant surgery helps ensure that implants are placed in optimal positions, which can contribute to their longevity and functionality.
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