Precision Guided "Key Hole" Dental Implant Surgery
Frequently Asked Questions
Precision-guided "keyhole" dental implant surgery is a minimally invasive technique that uses advanced technology, such as 3D imaging and computer-guided surgery, to place dental implants with high precision and accuracy through a small incision in the gum tissue. This technique reduces the need for large incisions and minimizes the risk of complications.
Traditional implant surgery involves making a larger incision in the gum tissue to expose the jawbone, which can lead to more discomfort and a longer recovery time. Precision-guided "keyhole" implant surgery, on the other hand, uses computer-guided technology to place the implant through a small incision in the gum tissue, resulting in less pain, swelling, and downtime.
Patients who are in good overall health and have sufficient jawbone density are generally good candidates for precision-guided "keyhole" implant surgery. However, the suitability of this technique depends on the individual case and should be discussed with your dentist.
The length of the procedure and recovery time can vary depending on the number of implants and the complexity of the case. However, because the surgery is minimally invasive, the recovery time is typically shorter than with traditional implant surgery.
The benefits of precision-guided "keyhole" dental implant surgery include a minimally invasive procedure, reduced pain and swelling, faster recovery time, and high precision and accuracy in implant placement. This technique also reduces the risk of complications and provides a more predictable outcome.
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