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Navigational implatology

Navigational implatology

Digital navigation implantology is an innovative approach in dental implantology that uses digital technologies for precise planning and placement of implants in the patient's mouth. This approach has many advantages over traditional methods of implant placement, such as less invasiveness, faster recovery and greater accuracy.

Digital navigation implantology begins with scanning the patient's mouth using a specialized scanner. These scanners can create detailed 3D models of a patient's teeth, gums and bones, which are then used to precisely plan implant placement. Planning is usually done using virtual planning software that allows the dentist to place the implants in the ideal position in relation to the surrounding tissues and teeth.

After the implant placement plan is completed, the dentist sends the plan information to a laboratory that will create specialized implant guides. These guides are precisely made to ensure that the implants are placed in exactly the intended positions.

When the patient is prepared for implant placement, the dentist uses implantology guides to precisely place the implants in the exact intended positions. Using a guide reduces the need for scalpels and other invasive instruments, which reduces the risk of complications and heals faster.

Digital navigation implantology represents a significant advance in dental implantology. This approach reduces the need for invasive procedures and recovers faster, while providing more accurate results. As with any dental treatment, patients should discuss all treatment options and expected results with their dentist before deciding to have implants placed.

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