A science reporter from daily Helsingin Sanomat visited Medident to find out about super-modern dental implant surgery
Digitally assisted dental implant surgery is now available as Dental clinic Medident has started to apply the newest dental technology within implant surgery treatments. We use three-dimensional imaging and scanning of the mouth in fixing the implants. In this way, we can guarantee an extremely accurate and secure end result.
With the help of this new technique, we can offer our patients a more secure, accurate and painless implant treatment. Digitally controlled implant surgery also enables a smaller number of appointments and speedier recovery.
Revolutionaly surgical technique
The significant benefits of this technique have arisen interest and Tanja Vasama, a science reporter from Helsingin Sanomat visited Medident to find out more about this revolutionaly surgical technique, which the head of Medident, dentist Seppo Lindroos uses in his work.
“Fixing an implant has never been as secure and accurate as now. Computer-assisted implant surgery also makes the treatment more pleasant to the patient and recovery will be speedier”, the published article comments.
Contrary to the traditional method, in computer-assisted implant surgery there is no need to cut the patient’s oral soft tissue. We only drill a hole of about three to four millimetres in the mouth for the implant. Traditionally, fixing an implant has required cutting an opening of one to two centimetres in the gum area. A bigger cut will increase the risk of infection.
Implant surgery is carried out with a new kind of computer-assisted method. Seppo Lindroos describes it as downright revolutionary.
The key word is three-dimensional imaging. For the dentists it opens up a new map of the world, and makes their work easier and more accurate.
Read the entire article here: www.hs.fi/tiede/art-2000006052679.html
The newest dental technology within implant surgery
Dentist Seppo Lindroos uses in his work dental implant surgery which is completely digitally assisted. By combining three-dimensional digital radiography, 3D scanning and driver printing we can draw up a virtual treatment plan and print out a surgery guide for the treatment.
The fixing of an implant has never been as secure and accurate. Digitally assisted implant surgery is the best way to replace a missing tooth or a jaw totally devoid of teeth.
Book a free consultation appointment with dentist Seppo Lindroos and he will tell you how easy and painless modern implant surgery. Book the appointment here.