Maximum Precision, Stunning Results
When it comes to the field of implant dentistry, technological innovation is constantly changing and improving how the procedure is performed. Drs. Keith and Dan Macdonald are determined to keep up with the latest technology, always providing their patients with the best possible care.
That’s why we use advanced 3D computer scans and digital impressions to plan your implant surgery, ensuring unmatched safety and precision. By performing computer-guided implant surgery, we can anticipate any potential obstacles in advance and plan your treatment accordingly.
Is computer-guided implant surgery safe?
While computer-guided implant surgery is relatively new, it’s gaining traction as a viable option for many dental implant patients. Many oral maxillofacial surgeons view this procedure as one of the safest and most accurate surgical options. Overall, it allows oral surgeons the ability to better handle otherwise difficult implant placements.
Benefits of Guided Dental Implant Surgery
Computer-guided implant placement offers several unique benefits. Some of these include:
- Maximum accuracy
- More comfortable
- Faster recovery
- Shorter surgery
- Reduced risk of complications
- Stunning, long-lasting results
How Our Dentists Utilize Technology
Using cone-beam computed tomography and digital intraoral impressions, we can create a high-quality 3D model of your entire mouth. This allows our dentists to virtually simulate your surgery and identify any potential issues that could affect the success of your implant.
Instead of performing the surgery freehand, they use advanced technology to guide the procedure and eliminate the risk of human error. This is why Drs. Keith and Dan Macdonald have a 99.9% success rate across hundreds of implant cases at our practice.
If you have any anxiety about getting dental implants, Triad Cosmetic Dentistry is the perfect provider for you. Our dentists have decades of experience between them and will ensure your safety throughout the procedure. Thanks to our technology, you can start your smile journey with total confidence. Call 336-803-7570 to schedule a no-obligation consultation today.
How does this type of surgery work?
The surgery begins with a computed tomography (CT) image of the patient’s dental arch. The technology then creates an overlay that includes the new dental implants. This allows Dr. MacDonald to visualize and manipulate the images of a patient’s jawbone and surrounding tissues to place their implants in their exact locations.
Computer-guided surgery enables Dr. MacDonald the ability to plan the most accurate treatment approach. At the same time, patients can experience fewer complications, faster recovery times, and a beautiful smile.