Undoubtedly, today's digital technology has become a special place in all aspects of human life in the 21st century. The field of dentistry is also no different, and one of the lessons taught in dentistry in advanced countries is modern or digital dentistry.
Digital dentistry has been introduced in various dental areas, including diagnosis, treatment design, beauty and implants, and jaw reconstruction - this is a brief overview of the use of digital implants.
Dental, and especially digital-based implants, can be a great alternative to traditional implant surgery, constant prosthetics, beauty, etc. In order to reduce potential problems in old ways, with the help of digital technology, speed, precision, and quality can be achieved. It is far higher and more beautiful in creating better treatments for curated patients.
For this reason, Dr. Suhuddy's Implant and Beauty Specialist Center will take advantage of this technology in beauty and implant therapy, along with the advances in digital technology, and will provide the best quality services at the same high precision.
In a digital implant, a surgical guide is made by very accurate devices. Why is a surgical guide made? What benefits does the patient have for surgical guidance? What is the difference between this method and traditional methods? And there are so many questions we will answer.
With the help of surgical guide, diagnosis and treatment plan, implant surgery will be done very shortly and accurately. This method is safe and secure for the patient and causes the patient to have a brief, short-lived, implant and prosthetic appointment
With the help of a surgical guide, accurately and accurately, from the very beginning of the surgery, the abutment can be delivered and placed. The abutment insertion will cause minimal damage to the gum, and the form and placement of the gum around the implant are very beautiful and the above biological and aesthetic adaptation. A great addition to constant prosthesis.
What tools or photos are required in this method?
One of the requirements of this method is that the patient must have a scanned image or CBCT. The next one is that we take an intraoral oral imaging of the patient, and if the camera is not available in the mouth, one can use the patient's jaw for the gypsum model (CAST The need for a scan photo is to accurately see the anatomical signs of an orbital jaw, including the sinus, abdominal and palpation nerve, and neurons in these pictures.
While periapical radiography or OPG can not be accurately seen, because in the periapical photo, we have restricted viewing of the areas around the denture, and in the OPG, enlargement or discoloration of the teeth and landmarks causes the required bone space To accurately measure the implant's drill and placement.
Another thing is that OPG or periapical photos give us a two-dimensional image, not a three-dimensional image, while the scanned image provides a 3D view of the dentist.
The most important point is that when the surgical guide is placed inside the patient's mouth, it completely fixes and does not move on the teeth and gum and tooth area. This causes the drill to be drilled while drilling the bone's original position and at least minimizes bone graft removal Have
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