Computer-guided dental implant surgery at Dr. Michael’s allows our surgeons to place implants in a safe, precise and predictable manner. This technology eliminates all the guesswork involved in determining which site on the jawbone is best to place the implants.
Benefits of Dental Implants
What is Guided Surgery?
How do surgeons place implants with guided surgery?
What are the advantages of guided surgery over traditional implant placement?
- It saves a lot of time. A major concern of patients is the idea of having their mouths open for a long time all throughout the surgery. Surgery time is considerably reduced because guided surgery allows for a much shorter intervention.
- It eliminates the need for detachment of the gums thus preventing tissue trauma, bleeding and post-surgical discomfort.
- Recovery is much better. Patients can resume their normal activity after the surgery.
- Guided surgery lets surgeons put crowns or dentures in the ideal screwed retained position improving the biomechanics and the function of these implants.