DIGITAL SMILE DESIGN & COMPUTER GUIDED DENTAL IMPLANT PROCEDURES
Smile Design Treatment Planning is the key to a successful esthetic implant result which includes Dental Models, Digital Pictures, Smile Design and 3D Imaging (Dental CBCT)
The integration of computed guided methods and digital workflow has allowed Oasis Dental Implant Specialist Team to provide faster, safer and more predictable results and allows for less invasive, less time-consuming and less stress inducing procedure for the patient and doctor.
3D Imaging (Dental CBCT) is the work horse that allows for precesion planning for dental implant treatment. Cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT) scanner allows the creation in “real time” of images in 3D of the jaws and teeth. It provides images of highly contrasted structures and extremely useful for evaluating bone.
BENEFITS OF DIGITAL SMILE DESIGN & COMPUTER GUIDED DENTAL IMPLANT PROCEDURES
1. DIGITAL SMILE DESIGN & COMPUTER GUIDED DENTAL IMPLANT PROCEDURES
We provide you with a blueprint map for the entire implant experience from start to end. The smile design is created with a personalized touch and result for you.
2. SAFER IMPLANT PLACEMENT & DECREASED RISK
Computer-guided surgery dramatically reduces the risk of complications because the exact position of the sinus, nerves and bones can be visualized, therefore leading to greater predictability, greater success, and an easier recovery from the surgery.
3. BETTER IMPLANT PLACEMENT AND ACCURACY
With the computer-guided planning and digital smile design, the doctor can plan the entire implant surgery step by step and show you how it will be done even before you sit in the dental chair. Also, this will allow us to anticipate and plan for any surprises that can show up during the surgery.
4. REDUCED TIME IN THE DENTAL CHAIR AND MINIMAL INVASIVE PROCEDURE
The computer-guided technology allows the entire dental implant procedure to be planned from start to end. This provides a road blueprint map to allow execution of precision treatment during the surgery and tooth phase. This also reduces the time spent in the dental chair and optimizes the surgery to be as minimally invasive as possible.