Computer Guided Implant Surgery

Computer-Guided Implant Surgery: Revolutionizing Precision in Dental Implantology

Advancements in dental technology have brought forth innovative solutions to enhance the precision and predictability of dental procedures. Among these groundbreaking developments, computer-guided implant surgery has emerged as a transformative method in the field of dental implantology. At Today’s Dentistry, our innovative Ashland, OR dentist, Dr. James Burneson offers the latest dental technology to provide the best care. 

To learn more about computer-guided implant surgery or other dental technology, contact Today’s Dentistry by calling (541) 482-7771.

What is Computer Guided Implant Surgery?

Computer-guided implant surgery is an advanced dental technique that utilizes state-of-the-art software and imaging technology to meticulously plan and execute the placement of dental implants. This sophisticated approach involves the creation of a detailed three-dimensional model of the patient’s oral anatomy, allowing for precise analysis and planning of implant placement.

Benefits of Computer-Guided Implant Surgery

Dr. Burneson used computer-guided implant surgery because of its various benefits, including:

  • Enhanced Precision: The technology enables Dr. Burneson to precisely plan the position, angle, and depth of implant placement, resulting in improved accuracy during the surgical procedure.
  • Reduced Risks: By providing detailed 3D visualization, computer guided implant surgery minimizes the risk of damaging vital anatomical structures, such as nerves, sinuses, and adjacent teeth, leading to enhanced safety for the patient.
  • Predictability: The meticulous preoperative planning ensures a predictable and optimized implant placement, contributing to improved treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction.
  • Improved Patient Experience: The use of computer-guided implant surgery can lead to reduced surgical time, minimal postoperative complications, and faster healing, thereby enhancing the overall patient experience.

How Computer-Guided Implant Surgery Works

The process begins with the acquisition of high-resolution 3D images of the patient’s oral structures using advanced imaging technology. This data is then imported into specialized software, allowing the dental practitioner to plan the optimal positioning of the implants with precision. Based on this virtual plan, custom surgical guides are fabricated, providing a template for the exact location and trajectory of each implant during the surgical procedure.

Experience Computer-Guided Technology at Today’s Dentistry

Computer-guided implant surgery represents a paradigm shift in dental implantology, offering unparalleled precision, safety, and predictability in implant placement. Through its ability to enhance treatment outcomes, minimize risks, and optimize patient experience, the technology has redefined the standards of modern dental implant surgery. To experience the latest advancements in dental technology, schedule an appointment at our Ashland, OR dental office by calling (541) 482-7771.

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