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Computer Guided Implants Placements

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In order to better control the late discovery of inadequate bone structures, cross sectional images are required. They are now quickly becoming the standard level of care.


These 3-D visualizations coupled with the appropriate software allow implants to be placed with a level of precision that was unattainable several years ago. In addition, the surgical procedures can often be accomplished in a much more conservative procedure which involves greatly reduced discomfort, less treatment time and a more accurate final outcome.

CT Planning with 3D implants planning software
We plane all of our implant cases with 3D implant planning software- how we do that


we get the dental CT (DentaScan) of the patient done and ask him to receive only axial files as a soft copy (axial files in CD) from the CT centre, which is much affordable than complete DentaScan.



We load these axial files in our 3D implant planning software and create all the cross sections views, panoramic views, axial views, 3D colored views- which give the accurate information�s like- bone density, bone dimensions (height and width) at different locations, location of vital structure (nerves, blood vessels, and sinus cavities), and favourable sites for the implants placement.



After the vital structures are identified, the simulated implants of favoured dimensions are placed at best locations for the best possible implant prosthesis.



Now if the patient is agreed for a surgical guide we produce a final 3 dimensional stereographic image with 3 D implant software. Now we fabricate an exact replica of the patient�s bone and gums and fabricate a surgical guide which is used during implant surgery to place the implants at the exactly planned locations of the patient�s ridge.



If patient asked for the immediate implant prosthesis and the bone condition of the patient is favourable for the same. We insert the dummy implants of the same dimensions and at the same locations in the stereographic model and get prosthesis fabricated before the patients implant surgery. Now it�s very simple we place the implants in patient�s ridge using the surgical guide and fix the prosthesis over the implants at the same sitting.



Computer guided implant surgery represents a giant step forward in the replacement of teeth with dental implants. With Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan techniques and 3-D imaging, we can now visualize the placement of dental implants in three dimensions. This eliminates the guesswork involved determining what parts of the jawbone offer the best sites for dental implant placement. Computer guided implant surgery provides greater patient satisfaction and simplifies the dental implant treatment process..

3D View of the patients ridge

Implants planning done

Stereographic image created with surgical guide

Surgical guide ready for the implants placement