Computer planning for dental implants

Jan 22nd, 2012 | By | Category: Dental Implants, Dental News

Advances in technology allow your dentist to virtually plan a treatment with dental implants. Using data produced by a CT (computer tomography) scan, the surgeon can analyze the amount of bone available for placing dental implants, and select the size of implant(s) for the specific case being treated.

After the planning stage, executing the oral surgery phase of placing dental implants is still of utmost importance; but the results are greatly improved by eliminating the unpredictable factors such as bone quality and volume, which were analyzed in advance in the computer planning stage. Thus, our patients can benefit of great esthetic and functional results.

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