Oral guided surgery estimates the utilisation of computerized tomography (CBCT) images of the patient for the planning and execution of implant surgery by way of computerised software.
This innovative technique improves detailed planning, precision and the implant surgery itself. Before the surgery, impressions identical to the patient’s teeth are taken. A CBCT is performed in order to allow the study of the case using specific software and assist the surgical guide based on the prior study.
This revolutionary technique offers many benefits such as better precision, safety, a more exact prediction of the treatment involved and a shorter surgical procedure. By using a technique without ‘retail’ offers reduced scarring time, less bleeding and pain. In addition, it offers the possibility to facilitate immediate loading which means to have fixed teeth over the implants on the day of the surgery.