All Inclusive Dental Implants - Digital Treatment Planning using CEREC Primescan and the Gallileos Cone Beam CT Scan
Our digital treatment planning services for dental implants allow you to view the oral anatomy in a dynamic, three-dimensional structure right in our office during your consultation. Because of the precision of dental implant guided surgery, we are able to work with you to create an exact, detailed plan for your dental implant procedures. We can determine the best spot to place the dental implant, identify the optimal path of insertion to best meet restorative needs, and identify critical structures that must be avoided. The system provides a constant flow of information during the planning process, allowing us, together, to make the best decisions for each patient’s unique circumstances. This ensures the finest possible results and the least invasive surgical procedure.
An entirely new level of safety and precision in dental implant treatment
Computer-guided implant surgery with CEREC Primescan in combination with Sirona’s Gallileos Cone Beam CT scan (CBCT) are great advances in dental implant treatment planning. It is an interactive 3D computer imaging system that guides us in planning every aspect of your implant surgery. This allows the least traumatic, least invasive implant surgery possible.
With computer guided implant surgery, We can actually do a virtual surgery before ever touching the patient’s mouth. The information gathered is extremely accurate, allowing us to visualize the precise placement of simulated implants, as it gives us knowledge of the anatomy of the jaw in all three dimensions. It helps us locate important internal structures and also allows the measurement bone quality and quantity directly from these images. All this can be done based upon the ideal shape and position of the porcelain replacement of the missing tooth/teeth.
Chapter 1: What is a Dental Implant?
Chapter 2: Front Tooth Implant
Chapter 3: Single Back Tooth
Chapter 4: Multiple Anterior Bridge
Chapter 5: Understanding Bone Loss
Chapter 6: Overdentures
Chapter 7: Conventional Treatment
Chapter 8: Full Arch Hybridge