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Guided Implant Surgery
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Guided Implant Surgery in Southfield, MI

Guided implant surgery takes advantage of advanced imaging technology that allows for precision crafting of and placement of dental implants. Using CT scanning, a detailed 3D model of a patient’s bone structure is created that can be used to more accurately position implants and crowns. This technology not only decreases the time it takes to receive your implants but often increases the success rate of the procedure. 


Reducing Bone Grafting with Guided Implant Surgery

Thanks to the advanced imaging accuracy provided by guided implant surgery, dentists have a clearer picture of the amount of bone that needs to be grafted onto the tissue to ensure a successful implant. This can help reduce recovery times and increases the success rate of the surgery.

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Ensuring Your Implants are Crafted Precisely 

The major advantage of guided implant surgery is its high accuracy when manufacturing your implant and prosthetic. The advanced imaging allows for a virtually perfect fit of support structures and crowns. This accuracy level helps to ensure a comfortable and long-lasting implant with a higher success rate than the traditional free-hand method.


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