Guided implantology


Surgical guides for perfect implant placement

Guided implantology is the process in which the use of appropriate software proposes the treatment plan and the design of implant placement through a computer.

The patient initially performs a cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and the results of the dental scan are imported into a computer with specialized software. This program has the ability to represent the dimensions of the three-dimensional jawbone.

After that, the implants are placed accurately on the computer and a personalized surgical guide is made through a three-dimensional digital printer which is used in the implant placement surgery.

Due to the great detail of this technique, the cost is slightly higher than the conventional implant placement, but their placement is performed with great precision even in the most demanding cases, reducing the time of the surgery and the patient's discomfort.

  • Permanent solution
  • Improved chewing and speaking
  • Natural function and look
  • Improved facial appearance
  • Prevention of bone loss
  • No special care required
  • Very sturdy and secure
  • No diet restrictions
  • Can be changed or updated