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Guide Supported Implant Treatment

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Guide-assisted implant treatment is a technique that makes traditional dental implant treatment faster and more effective. Guide means guide and guide. An implant procedure performed taking into account the guide makes a more comfortable treatment possible for the patient.

How is guide-assisted implant treatment performed? Special computer programmes are preferred for this purpose. As a result of an oral and dental scan for the patient, a planning is made taking into account the necessary measurements. The planning includes data such as angle, depth and exact position in relation to the tooth to be implanted. Guide-supported implant, which is one of the approaches in modern dentistry, offers an innovative option to patients just like seamless implant.

What is Guide Supported Implant Treatment?

Guide-assisted implant is an application in which implant placement planning is performed with the help of a special software and a special guide is used in line with this planning. Thanks to the guide, a three-dimensional image of the area where the implant will be placed is taken and the correct position, angle and depth planning is made on this image.

Guide-assisted implant minimises surgical errors and shortens the procedure time by enabling detailed planning. This application can make the dental implant procedure faster and more comfortable. So how exactly is the treatment performed?

Firstly, a treatment plan is created with the help of a computer programme and a detailed oral scan. This plan determines the position, depth and angle at which the implant will be placed. In the next step, a special guide, the “guide“, is prepared on the basis of this plan. This guide enables the dentist to place the implant exactly at the planned location and depth.

In conventional implant treatment, the dentist usually uses a visual impression when placing the implant. However, in guide-assisted implant treatment, a detailed planning is possible in advance thanks to the computer programme. In this way, the success of the treatment increases.

What does Implant Guide mean?

A dental implant is a titanium screw that is placed in the jawbone and replaces the natural tooth root. The prosthesis placed on the implant mimics the appearance and function of the natural tooth. Implants offer people with missing teeth a better chewing ability and a more aesthetic smile. Guide-supported implant is a technique that further improves this important treatment method.

The implant guide is a special tool used in the treatment process. The guide, prepared with computer-aided software, is produced based on the impression taken by the dentist and determines the position of the area where the implant will be placed. This increases the confidence of both the dentist and the patient in the result of the procedure.

When is a temporary tooth made after the implant is placed? Another advantage of guide-assisted treatment is that a temporary tooth can usually be placed in the same session. This reduces the patient’s aesthetic concerns and improves the quality of life. In addition, guide-assisted treatment is usually faster. Because this method reduces the possibility of surgical errors and shortens the duration of the surgical procedure.