Digital implant

Digital implant surgery is the wonder of modern dentistry. They are replacement teeth that are supported by your jawbone, just like natural teeth, so they allow you to enjoy all your favorite foods, you do not need special care, and with proper care may last a lifetime.

Are you dissatisfied with the appearance of your smile right now? Losing teeth can not only lower your self-esteem, it can also affect your oral health.

Digital implant surgery uses a three-dimensional computer simulation to examine bone position and nerve position. Using this information, a reputable cosmetic dentist can perform surgery with minimal incisions. Because digital implant surgery focuses on making the smallest possible incision, the pain will be much less than with traditional implant surgery.

During dental procedures, an accurate guide is used on the teeth to ensure that no damage is done to the nerve or surrounding teeth. This guide also helps dentists make precise yet small incisions for dental implants.

Now, with the new method of digital tooth implantation, doctors can perform your procedure faster and easier than before.

The idea of ​​minimally invasive surgery is that if patients want to have minimal pain and discomfort and a short recovery time, they should tolerate a minimum incision. For dental implants, this means making small incisions that do not require stitches.

Minimal incision surgery is also very suitable for significantly reducing bleeding and swelling after dental surgery. General incision surgery, on the other hand, requires the dentist to cut the gums to the end of the bone, examine the position of your nerves, and examine the condition of the bone.

With traditional dental implant surgery, the gums must be cut along the entire length of the implant site. This is why many patients are now turning to digital implant surgery. Digital implant surgery requires minimal incisions because it uses a three-dimensional CT scan to check bone and nerve position. Traditional dental implant surgery, on the other hand, requires making a large incision along the gums to the bone.

The cavity we make to place the dental implant is so small that it does not need to be sutured. This not only reduces your recovery period, but also reduces the risk of swelling, bleeding and infection. The whole digital implant surgery usually takes about 10 to 20 minutes for every 1 to 2 dental implants.

It should be noted that with the use of digital dental implants, you still enjoy all the benefits of traditional dental implants. This includes:

Natural appearance of teeth

Normal tooth function

No special care

Stimulates the jawbone to maintain facial structure.

Can last a lifetime (clinical studies prove performance of +30 years)

Doctors do not sacrifice any of these benefits in digital tooth implantation. But this method has additional benefits.

Shutter method

One of the great advantages of digital dental implants is that they do not take long. While traditional dental implant surgery for two implants can take 130 minutes or more, the digital denture surgery stage allows us to examine all the details beforehand and optimize the procedure.As a result, your dental implant may take less than 15 minutes.

Grit your teeth faster

With digital dental implants, you will most likely get your temporary tooth on the same day. And in general, you are likely to recover faster, on average 5-7 days, compared to traditional 123 days.

Easier method

Many people are concerned about whether a dental implant will be damaged, but with modern anesthesia, there is no discomfort during the operation. And by using digital dental implants, dentists can reduce the discomfort even more. This method does not require cutting or stitching. The mock surgery stage also allows us to optimize the method of minimizing gum and jaw disorders.

And if you are still worried about this procedure, dentists offer soothing dentistry to help you relax.

Less visits to the dentist

With a traditional dental implant, you should be in the office at almost every stage of planning. This may mean at least seven visits to the dentist for a dental implant. But with digital dental implants, dentists can do a lot of planning without your presence by working on a digital model.