Guided Implant Placement
While guided implant placement is gaining in popularity, most practices still choose to place dental implants without a computer guide. This results in more time in surgery, and usually more incisions. For the patient, this means a potentially longer recovery time and more discomfort. With guided implant placement the entire surgery can be performed virtually on a computer before any work begins. Computer planning takes the guesswork out of implant placement. Treatment is planned to optimize results. This plan is then executed with great precision. Consequently, we can minimizes the chance of unexpected outcomes during the actual surgery.
Since we use guided placement, we make smaller, precise incisions. Our patients recover quickly from surgery, getting back to work and back to life.
If you are interested in dental implants and want to ensure the best possible results, schedule a consultation with our practice.