Dental implants are an innovative way of replacing missing teeth with results that look and feel natural. Plus, they can be a much better alternative to dentures, eliminating the need for messy adhesives and the potential of slippage along the gums. Our cosmetic dentists use an advanced surgical guide when creating dental implants to provide the most precise and accurate results for determining implant placement. Surgically guided implants are able to create a more natural and comfortable fit, and they can ultimately save both time and money in the overall dental implant treatment process.
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Benefits of Using a Surgical Guide
In addition to enhancing the appearance and functionality of your teeth, surgically guided dental implants can provide many other benefits, including:
- Increased accuracy
- Reduced risk for complications
- More predictable results
- Enhanced comfort with a natural fit
- Long-term restoration benefits
- Minimized treatment time
- Lower cost of treatment
How Does It Work?
At Innovative Dental, we utilize the latest state-of-the-art computer imaging technology, the Galileos™ 3D Imaging System, to capture a 3D image of your teeth that will guide our team in designing and determining the best placement for your dental implants. The 3D implant planning software will help us view the intricate details of your bone structure, gums, and teeth, assisting us in creating the most precise fit for the implants. Ultimately, using this surgical guide can allow for quicker treatment and recovery time, as well as results that look and feel like your natural teeth.
If you would like to learn more about surgically guided dental implants, or if you are interested in scheduling a consultation, please contact us today.
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