Surgical Guide Implant
The surgical guide implant technique is a software-aided technique applied in case of single or multiple tooth loss.
[This method does not require stitches to the gum; therefore, it is also known as the “seamless implant.”]
Frequently Asked Questions About Surgical Guide Implant
How is Seamless Implant Performed?
In the surgical guide technique, planning of the implant is performed on special computer software. The surgical guide is created in 3D and provides great convenience by determining in advance how and at what angle the implant will be placed, preventing the possibility of incorrect application. In the surgical guide method, the intraoral structure of the person is displayed in 3D, and the prepared 3D guide mold is printed out, and placed in the mouth. The implant location is marked according to this guide. The implant hole is opened with a special technique at the marked point and the implant is positioned on the jawbone with the angle indicated by the surgical guide.
Will It Hurt During Surgical Guide Implant Treatment?
The surgical guide technique is a painless application performed under local anesthesia. The person does not feel discomfort during the procedure.
[Surgical guide implant is a method that increases the comfort of the person and accelerates the healing process.]
What are the Advantages of Surgical Guide Implant Treatment?
✓ The operation period is short.
✓ The healing process is fast.
✓ Since there is no incision on the gum, there is no bleeding or very little bleeding.
✓ There is no swelling and bruising in the mouth.
✓ Temporary prostheses can be placed on the same day, and fixed prostheses can be placed after 2-3 months.
[The disadvantages of this procedure are that it requires 3-5 days for the production of surgical guides, there is a need for extra thin section tomography, and it increases the cost.]
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