Guided implant surgery is a dental procedure that uses advanced technology to precisely place dental implants in the jawbone. It involves the use of computer-guided software and 3D imaging techniques to create a virtual surgical plan before the actual procedure. The virtual plan helps determine the optimal position, angle, and depth for placing the dental implant, ensuring accurate placement. This technique offers several benefits over traditional implant surgery, including increased accuracy, reduced risk of complications, and improved patient comfort.
Using cutting-edge technology we provide you with the perfect new teeth and smile, securely anchored on dental implants.
Thanks to unparalleled advancements in 3D imaging and printing technology , we can now achieve levels of precision, speed, and final outcome that were previously unimaginable.
We begin by digitally planning for your new teeth, which will anchor to the dental implants.
Based on this plan we create a personalised implant procedure for you using a custom made surgical guide. This device ensures that your implant procedure goes according to plan.
It is 100% locally owned, developed and produced in Melbourne, this Australian product is taking the global lead in digitally powered tooth replacement.
We use a world-class technology and production hub located in St Kilda Road, Melbourne. The team of experts, including engineers , dentists, doctors, biotechnologists, technicians, and other specialists, collaborates to design and create the ideal treatment and restoration for you.
We use a world-renowned 3D printed surgical stent (MGUIDE) to perform your treatment plan with utmost precision. We custom make this device for you so you get the safest, easiest and most precise care possible. This device has been shown to reduce your time in the chair, significantly enhance treatment outcomes, speed up your recovery and minimise post–operative swelling and pain.
Our cross-disciplinary team collaborates to design and produce the ideal final teeth to be anchored to your implants. These teeth are created through a CAD/CAM technology and meticulously handcrafted by master ceramists to ensure the highest possible quality.
You are unique and deserve a smile tailored specifically to you.
Guided implant surgery duration can vary based on factors like complexity and the number of implants. The process involves preoperative planning, surgical guide fabrication, and the surgery itself. On average, the surgical phase takes 30-40 minutes per implant. Recovery is relatively quick, but complete osseointegration may take 2-3 months. Individual cases differ, and patients should consult with their oral surgeon for a specific timeframe. The surgeon’s expertise and equipment availability can also impact the procedure’s duration.
If you have missing or badly damaged teeth or if you wear a denture, dental implants have the potential to significantly enhance your smile and quality of life. There are some patients whose health or circumstances may make them unsuitable or may need to be managed prior:
You may still be eligible for dental implant treatment. Discuss any issue with your dentist for a personalised recommendation about your suitability. Make sure you advise the dentist of all your current and past medical history, including medications which you currently take or took previously.
Based on the research findings from various studies, we can draw a few conclusions about guided implant surgery:
These studies indicate that guided implant surgery can be as effective as conventional methods, with potential advantages in terms of accuracy, post-operative recovery, and surgical efficiency.
98%of dental implant patients are either happy or very happy with their treatment outcome. 3D implants are meticulously planned to ensure you get the best result.
Dental implants help you exercise your jaw bones and muscles to keep them fit and healthy. They help maintain a youthful face and appearance.
Dental implants can maintain the shape of your dental arch and positions of your remaining teeth so your smile remains comfortable and gap free.
There’s no need to cut down your remaining teeth to place crowns and bridges. You get all the benefits of a fixed tooth replacement without causing damage to the remaining teeth.
3D guided keyhole procedure is minimally invasive meaning a virtually pain-free procedure. In comparison, traditional implant surgery often requires a longer, more invasive surgical procedure and additional recovery time.
3D guided technology makes most implants a quick and simple procedure. The planned computer guided process helps us plan your final teeth in advance, to make the outcome more predictable and accurate.
Given the minimally invasive procedure, most patients experience very little postoperative discomfort, meaning you can get straight back to enjoying life and work.
Your best possible new teeth and smile are planned at the Melbourne headquarters utilising the world-leading computer guided software and 3D printers. Your custom made key-hole device ensures your implants and new teeth are exactly as planned.
*Disclaimer: This information should not be regarded as dental or medical advice and must be regarded as preliminary and for general information purposes only. See your dentist for a face- to- face consultation, examination and diagnostic procedure to receive medical advice. All cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and other dental or surgical procedures contain risks.