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Dental Implants

CAD/CAM technology

PREPARATION

With the help of a computer tomograph (CT) image of the surgical area, a simulation is made of the future surgery, enabling us to determine the ideal position and length of the implants without the slightest surgical manipulation, so that our patients receive as optimal restorations as possible.

FORMING THE BONE BED

The computer-generated model is used to create a template that is punctured corresponding to the future implant. The template is placed on the teeth adjacent to the loss or, in the event of complete tooth loss, the gum covered jawbone. The shape of the opening on the template and that of the rotating components allow the drills to move in a predefined direction only when creating the bone bed for the artificial tooth root. This way, the implant can placed in the optimal position specified in the computer simulation without having to incise the gum unnecessarily as in the case of traditional approaches. All in all, the surgery required is shorter, the strain is less, while the minimal injury involved allows for faster and more effective healing.

SEATING THE IMPLANT

The artificial tooth root is screwed into the finalized implant bed with the opening being capped with a sealing screw until the healing period is over. Ideal conditions may allow for instantanous or only shortly delayed temporary restoration, depending on the bone density and the durability of the implant's bed. With CAD/CAM technology and the CT-aided analysis involved all this can be planned beforehand, so under ideal conditions, the patient can get the restoration right after implanting.

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