Guided implant surgery involves the insertion of dental implants using 3D surgical guides. The guide allows high precision implant insertion to the ideal position in the bones. With the help of special software, the implantologist virtually plans the therapy and determines the size, position, angle, and depth of the implant. Based on this design, a surgical guide is created to ensure an accurate realization of the plan. Computer-assisted implantology represents the highest standard of service and provides maximum comfort to the patient, as it permits the implant to be installed flapless.
The Guided Implant Surgery allows for the insertion of dental implants by means of the 3D surgical guide. This method allows the insertion of the implants in an ideal bone position. With the help of special software, the surgeon virtually plans the therapy and determines the size, position, angle, and depth of the implant. In this way, a surgical guide is obtained to guarantee the correct implementation of the therapy plan. Computer-assisted implantology is the highest standard of service with less discomfort for the patient, as it allows the implant to be inserted flapless.
3D technology is also used in the production of prostheses that can be ready in some cases even before the implant is placed. This means that our patients can get fixed teeth immediately after surgery, but this protocol is only possible when the stability conditions of the implant are met.Computer guided implantology enables us to:
- Deliver high precision and safety
- Place the implants flapless
- Perform surgery with less downtime (no swelling, bleeding or pain)
- Plan or even produce the prosthetics before the implants are placed
- Work with less complications
- No additional cost – the service is FREE!
In ŠkodaDENT, we regularly apply 3D technology for the planning, insertion and prosthetic delivery of dental implants. Our surgical templates are made with a very high-resolution 3D print in biocompatible material that passes the sterilization before surgery. The realization of the template takes 2-3 hours including planning and sterilization. Computerized implantology is available to our patients at no additional cost compared to classic implant placement.