Digitally guided PERFORMANT dental implant

The digital guided implantation is the newest technique in the field of implantology, and due to the many benefits it offers to patients, it has quickly become a standard in DENT ESTET clinics. Based on digital investigations of the CBCT type and with the help of digital processing software, the Surgical Guide is developed.

 What is the Surgical Guide?

The Surgical Guide is a biocompatible resin mold, made after digital measurements, which gives the specialist the necessary guidance to insert the dental implant with an accuracy unmatched so far. Thus, the surgical intervention is minimally invasive, the bleeding is almost non-existent, and the swelling of the area is non-existent, for which the digital guided implantation technique is especially beneficial in the case of anxious patients.


Dr. Dragoș Calangiu - about the innovative treatment with digital guided dental implant:


Benefits of Digital Guided Implant


  1. Provides precision in implant insertion
  2. Prevents damage to the nerves, sinus cavities and neighboring teeth
  3. Improves the success rate of implant integration
  4. It eliminates human failure due to the doctor's attempt to align the implant
  5. The final aesthetic of the implant is greatly increased
  6. Facilitates the control of the angulation, very important in the multiple insertions
  7. Provides safety, speed and predictable results


The stages of treatment with Digital Guided Implant



1. Diagnosis

It takes place based on an initial consultation, digital clinical photos, CBCT digital 3D investigations and intraoral scanning with the 3Shape Trios Real Color scanner. The entire imaging allows careful planning of treatment for the efficiency of time and dental procedures.


2. Planning

It is performed on the same day and involves the digital overlap of the information provided by the CBCT with that collected by the intraoral scanner (soft tissue and tooth placement in the oral cavity). Thus, a virtual design of the dental implant is performed, which will be subsequently implanted.


3. The surgical guide

Is the result of the collaboration between the dentist and the dental technician who creates the mold for inserting the dental implant. In the case of an implant with immediate loading, the surgical guide is performed during the first visit, followed immediately by the surgical intervention.


4. Surgical intervention

It is made with local anesthesia without the syringe, using The Wand technology or with total anesthesia depending on the patient's pathology. Implantology by digital guidance eliminates the cuts of the gum because the insertion is made by pushing it. The surgery is thus almost non-bleeding, and the recovery is much faster than in the case of classical insertion. Also, using the surgical guide eliminates human error. The session ends with the installation of the temporary crowns so that the patient regains his smile.


5. Final restoration

Depending on the patient's pathology and the time required for healing, the final prosthesis is performed after 3 to 6 months. In the case of the implant with immediate loading, the permanent dental crown is mounted immediately after the surgery.


Technologies used in the treatment with Digital Guided Implant



Planmeca ProMax® 3D

CBCT 3D CT Scan from Planmeca ProMax® 3D is the highest digital technology that offers maximum accuracy in diagnosing a maxillofacial disorder through 3D imaging, 3D photography, 2D panorama and cephalometry, all in one device.


3Shape Trios Real Colorwaterlase Intraoral scanner

With the help of the intraoral 3D scanner, we reduce the patient's waiting time for both diagnosis and other pre-treatment procedures, such as dental imprint. Thus, the doctor dedicates himself completely to the medical act, the dental imprint are transferred to the computer, and the patient benefits from a non-invasive and relaxing experience.


WaterLase dental laser

WaterLase combines water, air and laser energy to treat simple or complex dental conditions. Thus, it succeeds in replacing the mill, the turbine and the scalpel, and during the intervention, WaterLase constantly sprays water to keep the tooth hydrated, which prevents an increased temperature of the tooth and offers you pain-free treatment.


The Wand digital anesthesia

The Wand is the most advanced technology in dental anesthesia, through which the flow of anesthesia is controlled by the computer. The effect is much faster, more efficient and does not affect other areas. Through digitized control, anesthesia became safe and free of any discomfort.


Simplant CT Scanning

With the help of SimPlant digital technology, the periodontist can insert the implants in 3D format, which allows the precise measurement of the implantation area. It also allows the patient to preview the final result of the dental implant treatment.


CAD-CAM technology

The quality of a work done in the CAD / CAM dental technique laboratory assisted by specialists in dental technique can hardly be matched as aesthetics, finesse or resistance, by another similar work system in the cabinet. Therefore, we will always prefer to work with our own dental laboratory at the expense of milling systems in the cabinet.


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