Computer Guided Implantology

Computer Guided Implantology

Computer Guided Implantology

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What is Computer Guided Implantology?

Computer Guided Implantology is an advanced dental implantology technique that uses digital technology to optimize clinical results.

Computer guided implant therapy includes:

A radiological examination (Tac Cone Beam 3D) which allows to generate a three-dimensional image of the patient’s maxillary and mandibular bone structure.

Through this 3D model, the dentist studies the patient’s anatomical conformation with precision, developing full awareness of the patient’s dental needs.

Subsequently this information is processed with the aid of specific software that allows to simulate implant therapy. In this way the intervention plan is defined: the insertion points and the optimal characteristics of the dental implant are precisely identified.

Subsequently, a dental laboratory is commissioned to create a “surgical template”, or a transparent mask on which the slots for the endosseous screws are positioned. The template performs the function of implant guide during surgery: it is positioned on the patient’s dental arch and the doctor, thanks to this tool, can insert the implants exactly in the designated spaces.

Finally we proceed with the implant therapy: the procedure is performed under local anesthesia and conscious sedation, so that the patient is relaxed and does not feel discomfort.

Computer-guided implantology guarantees exceptional results in terms of functionality and aesthetics.

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The advantages of computer guided implantology

Compared to traditional implant therapy, computer-guided implantology offers several advantages:

Greater Accuracy – The 3D model, the virtual simulation of the surgery, the aid of the surgical guide make implant therapy less complex, optimizing the aesthetic and functional results.

Less Invasive – The surgery plan reduces the need for cuts and other surgical activities. This results in less post-operative discomfort and faster recovery times.

Specific Therapy – Understanding the anatomical conformation of the patient’s maxillary and mandibular bones allows for specific therapy to be performed that responds to the patient’s dental needs.

Furthermore, thanks to the simulation of the therapy, it is possible to build beforehand the temporary fixed prosthesis to be applied on the same day of the operation, immediately giving back to the patient his smile and the possibility of leading a peaceful life.

Now that you are aware of this information, choose to entrust your health to Studio Di Gioia: expertise and innovation will give you moments of daily happiness.

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