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Computer Guided Dental Implant Surgery
Computer guided implant surgery represents a giant step forward in the replacement of teeth with dental implants. With Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan techniques and 3-D imaging, we can now visualize the placement of dental implants in three dimensions. This eliminates the guesswork involved determining what parts of the jawbone offer the best sites for dental implant placement. Computer guided implant surgery provides greater patient satisfaction and simplifies the dental implant treatment process.
Teeth in an Hour - Not Months
Teeth-in-an-Hour™ is a new dental implant surgery system that streamlines the treatment process and provides the patient with permanent teeth in record time. The system incorporates the magic of CT Scans and 3-D imaging software to accurately assess bone structure, map out the areas of best integrity, and create a permanent prosthesis prior to surgery. This revolutionary system offers a more accurate and safer positioning of dental implants and provides the patient with permanent teeth in about an hour.
Traditionally, dental implants have been associated with long periods of healing, high costs and patient discomfort. Teeth-in-an-Hour allows Dr. Bonbright to provide his patients with fixed, well-functioning and attractive teeth on implants in a single one-hour procedure. By using a custom template created from the primary CT Scan, the permanent teeth can be made before the implant surgery. The final teeth are inserted at the same time the implants are placed.
Teeth-in-an-Hour™ is made possible through Procera 3D planning software and Nobel Biocare™ technology. It combines a unique planning program, a surgical template and the immediate load concept. Teeth-in-an-Hour allows the patient to leave the chair with dental implants and permanent teeth after a short one-hour, non-traumatic procedure.
Teeth in an Hour™ by NobelBiocare is an exciting technology that enables the placement of dental implants very precisely without the need for painful incisions and any of the guess work. Implants can now be placed so securely and precisely, that in fact, the teeth ccan be placed on them at the same appointment that the implants are placed.
Teeth in an Hour™ is a marriage of CAT scan technology, computer planning software and pre planning with models, mockups and impressions that allows us to compress treatment that used to take months into one visit. See us at www.denverimplant.com for more information.
DIAGNOdent is a breakthrough laser technology that seeks hidden decay. Xrays and probing with an explorer are limited in detecting sub surface decay, particularly when the cavity is its early stages. Fortunately, the new DIAGNOdent allows us to locate hidden decay before it gets into a major repair. This new technology provides instant feedback on the health of the tooth and is completely safe and pain free. Patient friendly, especially for children.
Digital X-rays allow us to take instant X-rays with sensors rather than traditional film. Your X-rays will appear immediately on a computer monitor and because Digital X-ray system is more sensitive than dental X-ray film systems, your exposure to X ray radiation is cut as much as 90 percent. Expensive film and processing chemicals that are harmful to the environment are virtually eliminated. Also, a full computer monitor sized image is not only very diagnostic, but it allows you to see for yourself any problems that may show up on dental X-rays.
Intra-oral cameras help you, to see what we see, and help us to see our work in greater detail so that we can provide you with higher quality dentistry. Cosmetic imaging can be used to preview before and after scenarios as well.
Periodontal Laser Treatments
Periodontal Laser Treatments LASER ASISTED PERIODONTAL THERAPY (LAPT) also known as laser curectage or laser debridement is the most advanced non-surgical technique in treating periodontal disease today. After scaling and root planing procedure is completed, laser light with a low setting is then used to remove infected gingival tissue inside pockets (de-epithelialization). Energy from the laser light vaborizes infected gingival tissue and toxins from harmful bacteria. This then provides a healthy wound for more efficient healing by achieving new attachment of gingival fibers. Additional results from this procedure is pocket depth reduction. LASER BACTERIAL REDUCTION (LBR) Another benefit in using laser in a periodontal procedure is that laser energy is also able to kill the majority of sulcus bacteria. Thus, effectively delaying bacterial repopulation within the pocket. Therefore, LBR may control periodontal pockets from getting worse when performed with periodontal maintenance treatment.