Computer-guided Implantology in Rome

If you are looking for information about dental implants, you may have heard about computer-guided implantology. This new technology is revolutionising the way implants are inserted and offers numerous benefits to patients (and also to clinicians!)

But what is computer-guided implantology?

It is a form of 3D planning that ensures the insertion of the implants in the optimal position. This technology takes into account the specific anatomy of each patient and helps the dentist to plan the treatment accurately.

With computer-guided implantology, the entire implant procedure can be planned in advance, which means that the risk of making a mistake is low. The result is much more predictable and there is certainty that you will have fewer complications during surgery.

In addition, computer-guided implantology can be used to place implants in hard-to-reach areas.

It can be particularly useful for patients who have undergone previous dental operations or who have irregular dental spacing.

If you are considering dental implants, contact me to find out if computer-guided implantology is an option for you. This new technology can help make implant surgery easier, safer and more successful.

The surgical guide

With computer-guided implantology, the entire implant procedure can be planned in advance. This means that you no longer have to guess or make attempts or mistakes when inserting the implant. The result is more predictable and with less complications.

By programming the implant treatment in advance you can create a surgical guide: a clear resin structure, which allows you to insert the implants exactly in the position planned.

Advantages of computer-guided implantology:

This new technology is helping to make implant surgery safer and more successful.

Timing of the guided implantology

With guided implantology it is possible to plan the entire implant procedure in advance and consequently, knowing what you expect and how to act, the timing is much shorter, as there are much less chances of having surgical complications.

What to expect during guided implant surgery

During the guided implant surgery, you will be given a local anaesthesia to put the treatment area to sleep. Incisions are made in the gum tissue to expose the underlying bone and small holes are made in the bone to place the implants. Once the implants are in place, the surgeon will close the incisions with stitches.

I also often use conscious inhalation sedation, not just with phobic patients.

Recovery from guided implant surgery

After surgery, swelling and bruising around the treatment area is likely to occur. You may also experience some discomfort and pain. These symptoms are normal and usually resolve within a few days. Their appearance is absolutely individual and unpredictable. Most often patients do not perceive absolutely anything in the post-op. You can well understand that the biological response can be different from individual to individual.

For recovery after guided computer implantology surgery it is important to follow the instructions of the surgeon. In this way it is possible to ensure proper healing of the implants and reduce the risk of complications.
Guided implantology is a new technology that can help you ensure accuracy when inserting implants. This can be beneficial if you want to avoid complications and achieve a successful result.

Contact our practice and schedule ONE OF THE EIGHT VISITS WE RESERVE EVERY MONTH FOR IMPLANTOLOGY, to find out if this technology is an option for you. We want you to live a serene experience and with the help of this technology you will have a relaxing journey.

I personally reply to all messages I receive. For this reason, I ask you to be patient, but I assure you that you will receive my personal reply within 12 hours at the latest.

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