Neurosurgery Technology for Dental Implants
Originally developed for neurosurgery, image-guided surgery offers the most accurate implant treatment available today. This leading-edge breakthrough leads to more efficient, effective, and long-lasting dental implant surgery.
How it works
Using 3D printed guides and advanced surgical software, our experienced team is able to visualize and manipulate the images of a patient’s jawbone and surrounding tissue to ensure the highest level of precision for implant placement.
Benefits to you
1. Precision placement
Image-guided implant technology reveals, with extraordinary precision, the anatomical structures of the jaw, teeth, soft tissue locations, tissue thickness, and root anatomy. This level of detail eliminates guesswork and allows our dental surgeon to know exactly where to place the implant.
2. Increased comfort
Guided implant placement means surgeons can make smaller, more targeted incisions to minimize discomfort.
3. Faster healing
With smaller incisions, patients tend to recover from surgery more quickly and with fewer potential complications.
4. Restored hope
This new technology opens the door for many patients previously unable to receive dental implants. Because long-term tooth loss can make it difficult to effectively placing an implant in the jawbone, doctors often reject dental implants for patients with jaw concerns. Image-guided implant surgery allows for the placement of dental implants even when the jawbone or dental structure may be compromised.
If you’re interested in dental implants that offer reduced surgical time, smaller incisions, less discomfort, and faster healing, please contact the Great Lakes team today for a complimentary consultation.