Guided Dental Implants

Guided implant technology is a modern method of traditional dental implant treatment. It is a real game-changer in dentistry due to its higher accuracy and lower risk of complications after the surgery.

Placing dental implants is an extremely delicate treatment, which is why Dr. Motaref plans extensively before each procedure using a 3D scan of a patient’s mouth and jaw. But, what if he could use that scan while he was placing implants to help him see better? That’s exactly what X-NAV Tech enables him to do, improving accuracy while also making the procedure faster and less invasive. With it, implants have better stability, more longevity, and require less recovery time, allowing a patient to regain their complete smile as quickly as possible.

What is X-NAV Tech?

X-NAV Tech is a suite of software that enables Dr. Motaref to take a 3D scan of a patient’s mouth and jawbone, and then use that scan in real-time to see inside the jaw during dental implant placement. This interactive scan helps the dentist to more precisely position an implant, achieving the perfect depth and angle within the bone. Dr Motaref is able to clearly see the orientation of the implant below the surface of the jawbone, taking any guesswork out of the procedure to ensure a successful result.

The Benefits of Implant Placement with X-NAV Tech

More Accuracy: X-NAV Tech gives our dentists moment-to-moment feedback and lets her know exactly how a dental implant is positioned. This helps them make minor adjustments so that when the implant is actually within the jawbone, it has the highest chance of healing properly and providing adequate support for a new tooth.

Improved Speed: Thanks to the extra information offered by X-NAV Tech, our dentists can work very efficiently, shortening the procedure while still providing the highest quality of care.

Faster Healing: There is less trauma to the bone during implant placement using X-NAV Tech, meaning a patient is able to heal faster and get their permanent restoration in less time.
The Smarter Way to Replace Your Missing Teeth

While plenty of dentists offer to place dental implants, very few of them use this technology to do so. At Dental Corner we are always striving to improve our clinic and deliver even better care, which is why we have invested in the latest proven technology that enhances both treatment outcomes and the patient experience.

If you’re interested in getting dental implants to replace your missing teeth, and you want the process to be as convenient, reliable, and successful as possible, then we invite you to come see us today and benefit from truly leading-edge dentistry.

What Is The Difference Between Guided Implant Surgery And Traditional Implant Surgery?

In traditional implant surgery, the dentist studies the patient’s oral anatomy through X-rays or CT scans. Then they place the implants into the jawbone in a depth and angle that they believe is the most appropriate. Only after the operation, the dentist can see if the positioning of the implant is good. Though dentists can reach an almost flawless success rate in many single dental implants, when it comes to multiple dental implants, they need guided dental implant surgery. This is because guided dental implants offer higher precision and success rates. Also, a better precision coming with guided implant technology results in less invasive surgery. Hence, the recovery times are much shorter this way.

Why Should You Prefer A Guided Implant?

If you are suffering from multiple tooth loss or decay and want to have fresh white teeth through dental implants, you should consider guided implant technology. The higher precision and shorter recovery time will make you more comfortable after the procedure. Also, if you have a sort of dental fear, this new technology might help you feel more confident before you sit on the dental engine.