Implant dentistry

The vital point of every implantation system is the high purity titanium implant inserted in the jaw bones thus creating sufficient support for the proper stabilization of fixed or removable dental works. The implant placement is carried out in local anaesthesia or, if requested, in narcosis within an ambulant surgical procedure.

The implant planning requires extreme caution concentrating on the patient’s age, bone thickness and density, location and condition of the natural teeth, involvement of the periodontium and proximity of the anatomical formulae towards the implant(s).

We call attention to the fact that a carelessly planned and executed implant operation can lead to irreversible injuries to health. Therefore, dental 3D CT examinations, at low prices compared to the procedure itself, are nowadays essential within the planning and post-operative healing period. Many advanced surgical techniques serve the patients today but one always has to be careful with assertions like this:

 
‘I regard implant-supported dentures as only acceptable for my patients and I only fabricate this kind of dental work to protect teeth from grinding.’


Never forget that implant surgery, being just one of the several treatment options, is not a universally applicable procedure.
In addition, note that an edentulous area in patients usually involves several teeth where the existing teeth are either carious or treated with fillings. There is a need for complex treatment so ignoring the previous factors in prosthetic rehabilitation equals malpractice.
Do not forget about the implantation and other costs, besides the price for the entire prosthetic works, you are facing as implants are only the aids of replacement.
However, a properly manufactured implant system providing patients with a better life quality can eliminate discomfort caused by removable dentures.

We have good reasons for applying the implant system by Schütz. First of all, with help of the CBCT based Schütz Impla3D software we are able to plan location and size of the implants in 3 dimensions. Subsequently, we produce the surgical guide with our compatible milling machine so the implants get in the right place of the bone as originally planned.

The non-invasive surgical technique is substantial. We carry out implantations without scalpel thus sparing our patients post-operative pains, swellings and possibly bleedings. With this technique, the insertion is completed in a considerably shorter time compared with the duration of traditional implantation procedures. In addition, we offer high quality from Germany at advantageous prices.

Three important steps of the system:

1. According to the 3D pictures, the ideal positions of the implants are prepared with a CT surgical guide showing the bore-holes.

2. The pictures of CBCT DICOM are imported in the Schütz Impla3D software where the planning is completed.

3. With help of the software, the milling machine is adjusted and the surgical guide with guide rings and depth-stop is manufactured.

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