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Guided surgery

In today's advanced dentistry, guided surgery has become a point of reference in the planning and execution of dental implants. It combines the advantage of digital technologies with clinical experience, allowing for more precise and minimally invasive surgical interventions.

Advantages of Guided Surgery


Thanks to planning based on radiographic and tomographic images, guided surgery allows millimetric precision in identifying the insertion points of the implants.
This translates into unprecedented accuracy in the positioning of the implants themselves.

Minimally invasive

Detailed planning means that the surgery can be planned to be as least invasive as possible. This reduces discomfort for the patient and speeds up recovery times.

Improvement of aesthetic results

Guided surgery allows you to evaluate the final aesthetic appearance before surgery. This allows you to adapt the position of the implants to obtain optimal aesthetic results.

The Guided Surgery Process

Image acquisition

The process begins with acquiring detailed radiographic and tomographic images of the patient's mouth. These images are then digitally processed to create a three-dimensional representation of the oral anatomy.

Virtual planning

Using advanced software, the medical team virtually plans the position of the implants based on the patient's unique anatomy. This process allows you to predict and resolve potential challenges before actual intervention.

Creating custom surgical guides

Surgical guides are created based on virtual planning. These guides are used during surgery to ensure accuracy in positioning the implants.

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