Simplant uses sophisticated computer technology for more accurate dental implant placement. Dental implants provide a more natural-looking tooth replacement that feels more like a real tooth.
Dental implants are the most effective method of replacing a full tooth and improving the appearance of the smile. In addition, dental implants stop the onset of bone loss that takes place in the jaw when a tooth has been missing for a long period of time, which can result in a person looking older.
Dental implants are not bulky or loose like dentures and do not cause damage to neighbouring teeth as is the case with dental bridges. This makes dental implants the most ideal tooth replacement option available today. Furthermore, a dental implant functions just like a natural tooth would.
Simplant is the most recent development in dentistry. It is an effective method of planning the accurate placement of dental implants. It also helps stop the process of jaw shrinkage caused as a result of tooth loss. At Pearl Dental Clinic we can use Simplant to install implants more accurately and safely.
Simplant treatment guarantees minimal trauma and disturbance to other areas of the mouth. First of all, patients will have a cone beam CT scan. The results of which will be transformed into a three-dimensional model of the individual’s jawbone. Mock implants will be placed in the model to accurately plan the upcoming implant procedure. This process will help to avoid interference with vital structures such as nerves, blood vessels, and sinuses.
The use of Simplant custom surgical drill guides allows the implant to be placed directly into the patient’s mouth. This ensures the operation is carried out in a safer manner. In addition to this, it allows for extensive prior planning by our specialist prosthodontist. The previously-created detailed analysis allows the implant specialist to establish how many implants will be needed, as well as the most effective direction to place them in and the maximum length they can be.
When there are multiple missing teeth, using Simplant technology we are able to review suitable implant prosthetic plans for the installation of dentures, bridges, and other methods of multiple dental implant restoration.