April 9, 2018

Advancements in dental technology should provide patients with greater peace of mind they are only getting the best when they visit the office of Dr. Bruce Trimble. Fortunately, receiving dental implants in Menomie, WI has never been simpler thanks to computer guided technology. Essentially, computerized tomography created a 3D representation of your mouth, and our dentist practices on a template to increase accuracy and guarantee success. There are many advantages to gain with this first-class treatment.

Fewer Risks

With greater accuracy comes a reduced likelihood there will be any complications during your procedure. The computer technology allows the dental professional to see all oral structures, including teeth, jawbone and surrounding tissue. Not only does this allow the professional to see precisely where the implant needs to go, but it also prevents any unforeseen complications from arising during the surgery.

Faster Turnaround Time

You will not have to worry about spending hours on end in the dentist’s chair when getting your new implants. Since the dentist can practice beforehand, the actual procedure can be finished much faster than normal. This allows patients to begin the recovery process sooner.

Treatment With Compromised Jawbone 

Ordinarily, patients with a weakened jawbone will require a bone grafting procedure before proceeding with implants. However, since the dental professional receives more detailed information about the jawbone, we may be able to provide you with a dental implant even when some of the bone has become resorbed. However, every patient is different, so this may not be the case for everybody.

Improved Patient Education 

With detailed scans, dentists can better explain the implant process with patients. You learn more about your oral health, which can help a lot in alleviating any trepidations.

Schedule Your Next Appointment Today

Dr. Trimble can explain more about the computer guided dental implant technology at your next consultation. Schedule it right away, so we can begin helping you attain better oral health.



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