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Benefits of Computer-Guided Dental Implant Surgery


Posted on 6/15/2024 by Greater Charlotte Oral and Facial Surgery
3d rendering of a dental implant next to a toothDental implants are undeniably among the most preferred options for tooth replacement. This dental restoration procedure replaces missing teeth with less-conspicious, natural-looking prosthetic teeth. It also has higher success rates than most treatment options when performed on eligible patients. Following breakthroughs in oral and maxillofacial surgery, you can now rely on computer-guided dental implant surgery for more predictable and desirable outcomes. This post explains the benefits of computer-assisted implant surgery.

Accurate Scanning and Evaluation


Before getting dental implants, patients must undergo various tests to determine their eligibility for the procedure. Computer-aided procedures allow for 3D imaging, scans, and X-rays, ensuring accurate evaluation. Our surgeon will obtain a three-dimensional imprint of your oral cavity to determine if your bone density meets the minimum requirements for dental implants.

Detailed Planning


Computer-aided implant surgery eliminates the guesswork and ensures detailed planning. After obtaining your dental scan, we can decide on the appropriate treatment option. A computer-guided approach will help determine whether you need bone augmentation, soft tissue grafting, or other related solutions before placing the implants.

Safe and Effective Treatment


Computer-guided implant surgery is safe and effective. By visualizing critical oral structures, oral and maxillofacial surgeons can preserve them during surgery. This technique is also minimally invasive as it focuses on specific treatment areas. It also reduces the time required for surgery, resulting in shorter hospital stays and visits.

Predictable Outcomes

Unlike traditional surgical options, computer-guided implant surgery allows surgeons to attain predictable outcomes. Implant placement with computer assistance is faster, safer, and more predictable since OMS practitioners already know the precise anatomical structures that require dental work.

Minimal Downtime and Expedited Recovery


Since computer-guided implant surgery is minimally invasive, patients heal faster and do not have to contend with downtime. You can resume regular activities within no time.

Contact Our Practice Today


Restore a radiant and healthy smile with computer-guided dental implant surgery. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons use advanced techniques and technology to replace missing teeth, ensuring higher success rates and desirable outcomes. Contact us today to learn more about our computer-assisted implant surgery services.

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10042 Park Cedar Dr, Suite B
Charlotte, NC 28210

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Gastonia, NC 28054

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10935 Winds Crossing Dr, Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28273


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