Could guided dental implants be right for you?
Advances in dental technology have made it possible to restore missing teeth with even greater care and accuracy using guided dental implant surgery. With a dedication to bringing only the very best to our patient community, we’re pleased to offer guided dental implants as an effective restorative treatment.
Guided implants are a computer guided implant treatment which works using a comprehensive 3D system for accurate and predictable implant placement. Computer guided implant planning software and different types of professional imaging, including cone beam computed tomography scans. With this type of imagery, we’re able to develop accurate and predictable surgery options for our patients.
Our approach to identifying your suitability for guided dental implants is to complete a full assessment of your individual circumstances. With understanding and care, we’ll then make recommendations and present a treatment plan, which also considers how you can manage the financial aspect of this important and transformative investment.
Ready to transform your smile? Let’s discuss your options.
Are guided implants better than regular implants?
Guided implants offer many benefits. In terms of the dental implant surgery, patients can expect to have a clearer picture of the procedure and outcomes.
The software used to plan surgery means we can explain, educate, and show you exactly what’s involved during the procedure. We’re also able to give you a clear vision of how your teeth and smile will look once the implant is in place. This level of predictability means there is a high degree of accuracy with implant placement and less margin for human error.
We use the MGuide Template system for our guided dental implant procedure. Allowing for the highest level of accuracy and more comfort, it means we’re able to transfer the digital plan for your dental implant accurately to your mouth.
MGuide – Dental Implant Guide
What happens in a dental implant procedure?
We will run through the whole procedure with you during the initial consultation so that you are aware of each step that is ahead. What the video to find out a little more about the procedure.