The world of implant dentistry has not been an exception to the technological invasion of computer technology. Years ago, we used to place incisions and open up the patient’s gums to visualise the bone that we were placing implants in. The positioning of the implants was also subject to human skill and planning on models. While still accurate, it did present certain unknowns and these were an occasional concern. With the advent of digital implant planning however, we are able to digitally plan the positions of implants BEFORE surgery. Based on our digital treatment plans we then generate an implant placement guide that is extremely accurate. the planning itself is based on a computer tomographic scan and allows us to completely eliminate incisions, stitches, bleeding and complications. There is really no better way to have implants done.

Dr Nitish has  been a member of a world-wide panel that evaluated this technology for constant evolution and he continues to be part of an educational effort that teaches other dentists how to use this technology in Australia and New Zealand. Backed by a world leading dental implant company, this technology is absolutely cutting edge and state of the art. Here is how you got through the steps at our practice:

Step 1 : Initial consultation
Step 2 : CT scan at Amber Dental/Gisborne Hospital
Step 3 : Digital implant planning
Step 4 : Acceptance of treatment plan
Step 5 : Progression of implant treatment

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