Combining CBCT imaging with guided implant surgery for improved patient outcomes

Guided implant surgery is a well-known and proven concept in the surgical treatment of edentulous patients. Cases commonly involve complex anatomical conditions, the need for minimally invasive surgery, aesthetically demanding circumstances and immediate loading concept after implant insertion.

The combination of CBCT imaging with implant planning software enables a surgeon to plan and perform surgeries accurately, safely and quickly with improved visibility.

Doctors can now take a 3D scan of a patient’s jaw and import that data into their implant planning software where they can visualise important anatomical structures and plan implant surgeries predictably. This plan can then used to create a surgical template which details implant positioning, drilling angles and depths to ensure procedures go according to plan.

Utilising the workflow outlined above, dental practices have reduced implant failures, lessened repeat scans and improved treatment plan acceptance as patients can see exactly what their scans look like without getting lost in technical jargon.

Whilst there are numerous workflow options available, the combination of a high-quality CBCT such as the Soredex CRANEX 3Dx® with accurate, easy-to-use implant planning software like the Cybermed In2GuideTM system will facilitate better patient outcomes.

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