Advantages over the classical implantation
Computer-assisted implantation offers you a multitude of advantages compared to traditional implantation. The template-guided implantation procedure we use provides the highest level of comfort for our patients.
Computer-guided implantation using a template system is minimally invasive:
- no cutting
- no opening
- no seam
- no swelling and no pain after the operation
The success of the treatment is particularly safe:
Computer-guided implantation combined with precise templates tailored to our customers makes optimal implant placement possible. By 3D pre-planning on the computer, the implant can be placed exactly on the planned position using the pre-programmed surgical template. Here, the existing bone is used to the maximum and anatomical structures such as nerves or maxillary sinus are taken into account.
Due to the optimal preparation, this process is particularly fast
- Due to the implantation by means of a template and the minimally invasive procedure, the operating time remains under 1 hour.
- Bone augmentation can be circumvented: in some cases, 3D pre-planning on the computer allows you to navigate the implant in the direction of the existing bone, avoiding the need for bone formation earlier.
Template-guided implant surgery versus classic implantology
Template guided implant surgery
|Planning the implant position 2-dimensionally using a panoramic X-ray (2-dimensional X-ray)
||Planning the implant position 3-dimensionally using a CT (3-dimensional) on the computer navigates with special navigation software. This planning is transferred to the surgical template.
|For implantation, the gum is cut open to expose the bone and implanted freehand. Then the gums are sewn up.
||Implantation is template-guided without cutting and unfolding. It only becomes punched a small access through the template.
|Often, bone augmentation is necessary in case of lack of bone supply.
||Bone augmentation can be avoided by the exact 3D planning (the existing bone becomes availed).
|For tooth restoration, the tooth surface must be cut open again and sewn.
||Access to the restoration is again through the template.
|More sessions needed (Wound care and suture removal)
||Less sessions as no cutting and no suturing