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What is guided dental implant surgery?
Ventura guided dental implant surgery uses digital technology to produce 3D images and models of your mouth. This helps us view all aspects and structures of your mouth before your surgery.
We use a cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT) and 3D digital impressions to create in-depth images of your teeth, gums, and jawbone.
These images offer a detailed look at your jawbone structure, the location of nearby teeth and their roots, and the thickness of your gum tissue. Having access to this information allows us to predetermine the best placement for your dental implants.
Preparing for Guided Dental Implant Surgery
Before your Ventura guided dental implant surgery, it’s important to make lifestyle changes that encourage your body’s healing process. Stop smoking at least a month before and after your surgery date. Avoid alcoholic drinks a week before your surgery. Smoking tobacco or marijuana and drinking alcoholic beverages impede your healing process. You’ll need to stop eating and drinking six to eight hours before your Ventura guided dental implant surgery if you are being sedated for your procedure.
The process for Guided Dental Implant Surgery
We use the 3D images of your mouth to map out the steps we’ll take during your surgery. Before your guided dental implant surgery in Ventura, you’ll receive IV sedation, oral sedation, or local anesthesia to ensure you’re comfortable.
How does guided dental implant surgery improve your oral health?
Replacing your missing teeth with guided dental implant surgery in Ventura eliminates many of the oral health problems associated with your tooth loss. Your dental implants will prevent your other teeth from shifting and lower the chances of gum recession and future tooth loss. The implants that we use as your root replacements also encourage healthy bone mass and density in your jawbone. Jawbone deterioration is associated with shifting or loosening teeth and changes in your facial structure.
What are the benefits of guided dental implant surgery?
Guided dental implant surgery has numerous benefits that make it an attractive option for placing dental implants:
Offers more natural results
The mouth mapping that we do with your mouth’s 3D images helps us place your implants in their ideal spots. We use digital technology to visualize how your implants will look before we actually insert your implant root replacement. This ensures that they look like your own teeth and compliment your smile.
Reduces the discomfort associated with dental implants
Guided dental implant surgery reduces the number of incisions we need to make to insert your implants’ artificial roots and decreases the length of the surgery. You’ll experience a shorter recovery period and lower pain levels.
Can eliminate the need for preparatory procedures
With conventional dental implant surgery, you may need a bone graft or other procedure to prepare your mouth for your implants. Guided dental implant surgery can reduce the need for these procedures by providing a detailed model of your mouth that helps us adjust the placement of your dental implants.
Guided Dental Implant Surgery
Dental implants are a long-term, natural-looking replacement for your missing teeth. Guided dental implant surgery uses innovative technology that offers more precise dental implant placement.
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"We are elevating the experience of oral health care by providing dental treatment you need from a team you can trust in an understanding and caring environment."
Dr. Steph, DDS, FAGD
Family, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentist