Dental implants are a great long-term solution for tooth replacement. They are small titanium screws that are surgically implanted into the jaw. The implant is given about 3 to 6 months to heal and fuse with the bone. Once it has healed, an abutment is attached to the implant and the restoration is placed on top.
Computer-Guided Dental Implants
Computer-guided dental implant surgery, the latest innovation in dental procedures, uses the most up-to-date digital technology to replace missing teeth. It is an advanced way to place dental implants comfortably and precisely. It allows our dentist to plan and map out the entire oral surgery procedure virtually by utilizing 3D images and a computerized replica of the patient’s mouth. Thus, the dentist is able to see all aspects of the dental implant procedure before actually starting it, thus allowing for accurate, predictable results.
What Are Computer-Guided Dental Implants?
Computer-guided dental implants are a type of dental implant that is placed using digital imaging and computer software that creates a 3D model of the patient’s mouth. Digital imaging is used to create a detailed map of the jaw and mouth, which is then used to plan out the implant surgery.
Advantages of Computer-Guided Dental Implants
Computer-guided dental implants are a great solution for patients looking to replace missing teeth. Computer-guided dental implants are more accurate and more reliable than traditional implants. Our dentist plans your procedure using computer software, which allows him to predict exactly where your implant should be placed. This increases accuracy and reduces the risk of complications. Computer-guided dental implant placement also creates a more comfortable and streamlined experience for patients getting dental implants. The other major benefits include the following:
- Faster, safer, and more comfortable process
- Guaranteed accuracy due to 3D imaging and specialized software
- Reduced surgery time
- Less trauma to the hard and soft tissues of the mouth
- Less invasive and minimal risk
- Less discomfort
- Faster healing time
- Improved efficiency
- High success rate
Am I A Candidate for Computer-Guided Dental Implants?
Computer-guided dental implant placement uses computer software to manufacture the implants and plan the implant procedure. Computer-guided dental software reduces human error and improves precision, as the implant is placed directly according to the software’s specifications. If you have good jawbone health and qualify for a dental implant procedure, you are a candidate for computer-aided implants as well.
To find out more about the dental services we offer at Finesse Dental Care, call (805) 410-9324 or schedule a consultation online. You can also visit Dentist Thousand Oaks, CA at 860 Hampshire Rd., Suite E, Thousand Oaks, CA 91361.