Dynamic 3D Navigation for Patients
The X-Guide allows the implant surgeon to be as precise as possible throughout the surgery of patients.
Hence, more minimally invasive and uses smaller incisions which means less pain, faster recovery, and ideal functional and aesthetic results.
We can give our patients with the most precise implant surgery thanks to the industry-leading X-Guide® surgical technology combined with Cone Beam 3D imaging. The doctor uses live, 3D images of anatomy during X-Guide Navigated surgery to place the implant exactly where it should be. Control and precision over the whole implant procedure are increased for the surgeon.
IN DENTAL IMPLANT SURGERIES, THE ABILITY TO PROVIDE A MORE DESIRABLE FUNCTIONAL AND AESTHETIC OUTCOMEs.
How It Works
During the procedure, the doctor will have a 3D image of your anatomy, including your jawbone, soft tissue, and surrounding teeth, as well as the digital treatment plan.
The X-Guide navigation system gives the surgeon with turn-by-turn direction along the surgical path, similar to a road map on your GPS. This is similar to the way medical neurosurgery has been done for many years.
The enhanced technology of X-Guide allows the surgeon to make more accurate changes while taking into account surrounding structures for a better outcome with less discomfort.
ACCORDING TO STUDIES,
X-GUIDE NAVIGATED SURGERies IS
11X MORE ACCURATE
– Journal of Oral Implantology
ACCURATE | MINIMALLY INVASIVE | FAST RECOVERY
The industry-leading X-Guide® surgical system paired with Cone Beam 3D imaging allows us to provide our patients with the most accurate implant surgery.
The doctor uses live, 3D images of anatomy in X-Guide Navigated surgery – it’s like real-time directions throughout the treatment – to place the implant exactly where it should be. The surgeon’s control and precision over the entire implant process is elevated.
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