Dental Implants

Computer Guided Implant Surgery

Computer Guided Implant Surgery

This innovative concept allows for the pre-planning of the position and size of the implants well in advance of the surgery.

The pre-planned implant position can then be precisely copied at surgery stage.

This gives a faster, far more accurate and safer treatment process.

Due to the shorter surgery time, the healing period and discomfort is far less.

Design Technology meets Dentistry

The combination of the Digital 3D CT scan and Digital laser scan of the teeth, allows us to visualise your teeth, jaw bone and other important structures such as nerves and blood vessels, in great detail on the computer. We are able to move the virtual teeth and bone around as if they were a real object.

We are able to precisely place the proposed implants into the best possible position, digitally on the computer.

Once we`re happy, we can create a surgery guided surgery stent for use during the surgery. This allows us to replicate the ideal positions of the implant into your jaw bone.

This means:

  • Surgery is more predictable
  • Faster
  • Less invasive
  • The surgery is far less painful
  • Healing time is significantly reduced

Egham Dental Care offers 0% Finance

Pay monthly with 0% finance via our partners at Tabeo. Implants have never been more affordable via this amazing facility.

Before and after gallery

Implant Guide

Implants undergo colour matching and meticulous shaping to seamlessly harmonize with your natural teeth. To the unaided eye, discerning an implant becomes an arduous task.

Long-Lasting Dental Implants

Once the implant integrates with your jawbone and surrounding tissues, the artificial titanium structure functions like a natural root.

When we insert a titanium implant into the jawbone, it becomes an integral part of your oral structure.

This provides numerous health advantages, such as averting bone loss, reinforcing the jawbone's structure, and diminishing the likelihood of gum disease. [Learn More.]

Longevity of Dental Implants

When appropriately cared for, dental implants boast a lifespan ranging from ten to twenty-five years or even longer.

Dental implants are beneficial for:

  • Tooth loss due to trauma, accidents, or injuries
  • Missing teeth resulting from gum disease or insufficient bone
  • Substituting old, worn, or fractured dentures
  • Integrated treatments like Implant-Retained Dentures
  • Offering both removable and fixed options
  • Addressing individual tooth loss or entire arches in a single session

The enduring success of your implant hinges on the commitment to enhancing and preserving your oral health. [Discover more.]

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