Non-Surgical Implants

A panoramic tomography scan will be done to the patient's mouth in our clinic. This will give our dental surgeons the ability to assess the condition of the patient's teeth and bone structure, alert the doctor to current health issues that need to be addressed, and eliminate complications during the dental implant procedure.
Non-Surgical Implants
A panoramic tomography scan will be done to the patient's mouth in our clinic. This will give our dental surgeons the ability to assess the condition of the patient's teeth and bone structure, alert the doctor to current health issues that need to be addressed, and eliminate complications during the dental implant procedure.
Non-surgical Implantation does not involve incision of the patient's gums like other implant procedures and therefore eliminates the need for sutures after the procedure is completed. 
In the next step, the surgeon will take a mold from the patient's teeth to create a translucent acrylic baseplate. 
During the procedure, our surgeon will take every care to protect the periosteum membrane that protects the bone in the implant area of the patient, thus speeding up the healing process.
 
FAQs
 
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF GUIDED IMPLANTS?
  • No cuts or stitches
  • Quick procedure
  • Fast recovery time
  • Minimal pain and discomfort
  • Predictable positive results
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF NON-SURGICAL IMPLANT TREATMENT?
 
Before the procedure, a surgical guide has been fully designed, using a state-of-the-art computer and 3D imaging software, which eliminates the risks and uncertainty to the patient. This also allows the dentist to test new ideas and correct implant insertion angle errors long before they are applied to the patient.
The final surgical guide is then prepared in a way that allows the plan made in the 3D program to be transferred to the patient's mouth.
 
WHAT ARE THE TREATMENT STEPS?
 
The first step is to get a complete dental impression from the patient.
Our laboratory technicians will then make plaster casting, using it to plan with the help of our three-dimensional computer software.
A trial with the patient is evaluated by the dentist to make any final adjustments.
A final surgical guide is prepared in our laboratory and the treatment is terminated accordingly.