Dental Implants

3D Guided Dental Implant Surgery in Pune

About 3D Guided Dental Implant

Replacing missing teeth with dental implants is a very safe and gentle method. The implant sits in the bone just like a real tooth, which means it doesn’t affect the other teeth. With the help of CBCT and 3D imaging equipment, we can plan your treatment accurately and make the dental implant process more comfortable for you.

Why a CBCT Scan?

A 3D scan helps us plan where to place your dental implants using a computer simulation before your actual placement. This type of dental imaging gives us more detailed information than a regular X-ray, which is especially helpful for patients where implant placement can otherwise be challenging.

3D Guided Implant Surgery

With 3D imaging, we can make a plan for where to place your dental implants and create a special tool called a 3D surgical guide or 3D surgical stent. This 3D guide or stent is used during your dental implant appointment. A 3D guide or stent can be even more helpful if you’re planning for All-on-Four or All-on-Six dental implants. It shows exactly where each implant should be placed in your mouth with the precise depth and angle of placement.

Using the 3D-guided implant surgery means that:

  1. The surgery is quicker
  2. It’s more gentle and less invasive
  3. You’ll usually have an easier recovery time

Dental implant treatment is already a gentle and simple process, but with 3D dental implants, we can make it even more comfortable for you.

If You’re Considering 3D Dental Implants

Incorporating CBCT imaging for dental implant surgery ensures the highest level of precision in the surgery. Through the advancements of dental design and development technology, 3D imaging takes an already predictable treatment and advances it into a safe, straightforward option for people with missing teeth.

Perfect for All-on-Four and All-on-Six Implants

The use of dental implants for full mouth rehabilitation has become increasingly popular, largely due to their ability to last a lifetime. In the case of All-on-Four or All-on-Six treatments, which involve supporting an entire arch of teeth with just 4-6 implants, the utilization of 3D CBCT imaging and a 3D surgical stent or guide ensures precise placement and improves the success rate of the procedure.

Why consider All-on-Four or All-on-Six? Here are just a few benefits:

There are several reasons to choose All-on-Four or All-on-Six treatment. Some of the benefits include:

  • A sleek and compact hybrid prosthesis
  • No need for removable dentures
  • Cost-effective and minimally invasive
  • Enjoy all your favourite foods
  • Improved speech
  • Prevents bone loss
  • Easy to maintain

What to Expect

Step 1: Your Scan and Consultation

In your consultation for dental implants, we will thoroughly review all options suitable for your individual circumstances. A 3D CBCT scan will be conducted to evaluate your jawbone in three dimensions, taking into account bone density and structure. If you decide to move forward with the treatment and everything appears favorable, we will create a surgical guide based on the information obtained from your 3D CBCT scan.

Step 2: Your Dental Implants are Installed

Dental implants can be placed in just one appointment with a simple and uncomplicated procedure. Patients who experience significant anxiety can choose to be sedated during the process, ensuring their comfort throughout. Many of our patients are pleasantly surprised to find that the dental implant treatment is more comfortable than they initially anticipated.

Step 3: Prosthesis Placement

Following the placement of dental implants, a temporary or permanent prosthesis will be attached, which may include a crown, bridge, All-on-4, overdenture, or other options, whichever you choose and is the best fit for your situation. It may be necessary to wear an interim prosthesis during the process of osseointegration, prior to having the permanent prosthesis, which can withstand full biting and chewing pressure.

Schedule Appointment

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our services or to schedule an appointment.