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Computer-guided implants

A computer-guided implant is a painless, quick and surgery-free procedure that doesn't require cutting into the gums to place implants, eliminating the need for stitches. This procedure is suitable for patients who have lost their teeth but have sufficient bone density and thickness.

New Teeth Clinic Turkey offers this innovative implant technology, but unlike other clinics that require patients to pay an extra fee for the computer guides implant system, we offer it a no extra cost.

Our dental professionals are highly experienced in working with this new implant technology. Our clinic is fully equipped with the latest dental technology, and you will be under the care of a well-trained and certified dental professional.

Our computer-guided implant system includes a computer-assisted 3D imaging implant scanner, surgical guide applications, and dental simulation programming to give an accurate and risk-free dental implant procedure.

What is a computer-guided implant?

A computer-guided implant involves 3D Volumetric Tomography, which our dental professional feeds into a dental simulation program. This procedure is pain-free, quick, and operation free. Since it doesn't require making incisions in the gums, remedial stitches won't be necessary.

Computed guided implants have become more common because this system proves to be safe and has a high success rate.

Computer-guided implant planning is based on 3D imaging, eliminating various risks and uncertainties. Its main advantage is giving the dental professional the ability to plan the treatment before placing the implant, preventing errors before treatment.

What is the computer-guided implant procedure?

At New Teeth Clinic Turkey, we follow the technological trends in implant dentistry, and computer-guided implantology with surgical guides is among the modern implant technology.

Our dental professional will measure your upper and lower jaw and use the Volumetric Tomography scanner to take 3D images of your mouth area. The dental professional will send the results into a 3D simulation program, add different dental treatments and make a plaster cast of your jaw. After closely examining the plaster case, our dental technician and dentist will make the necessary position and angle adjustments.

Our dental professional will prepare the final planning jaw guide as a gingival or gum overlay, called a surgical guide, and then send it to the dental physician. If you have sufficient bone structure, the dental physician will place the surgical guide into your mouth and proceed with the implant placement without making incisions in your gums.

Our dentist's expertise and the surgical guide are important factors contributing to your procedure's success. Placing the implant at an incorrect angle or position in the jaw can affect the chewing function. The implant will not integrate properly in the gums, leading to an unacceptable result.

What are the advantages of non-surgical implant procedures?

The following are a few advantages of a non-surgical implant procedure.

  • The procedure takes a shorter period, and you can have the implant placement within ten minutes
  • Bleeding is usually minimal because an incision isn't necessary. This is a huge advantage for people taking blood thinners
  • No stitches since the procedure don't require incisions
  • No swelling after the implant placement
  • No pain during and after the procedure
  • The risk of infection is low
  • It doesn't require surgery

Who can get computer-guided implants?

Our dental physician will use the latest technology to evaluate your jawbone structure, and if you have sufficient jawbone, you can proceed with the computer-guided implant placement. If bone degradation has occurred, which is common in older patients or people with a condition characterised by bone loss, the regular dental implant procedure may be best after bone grafting.

Non-surgical implants and dental Volumetric Tomography

Over the years, dentists have used 2D methods, including Water's graphics, occlusal, panoramic, and periapical radiography, but with the latest 3D Tomography technology, these methods are insufficient to give the required volume and depth for a successful procedure.

Determining volume and depth is important in diagnosing the right treatment and non-surgical implantology. The 3D Volumetric Tomography imaging allows more advanced diagnosing such as studying the nervous system, impacted tooth and different anatomical issues.

For more information on computer-guided implants, feel free to contact us at New Teeth Clinic Turkey. You can also call us to schedule an appointment with our dental physician for an assessment to get computer-guided implants.

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