Computer Guided Implantolgy

Welcome to the world of computer-guided dental Implantology. One of the recent advancement in technology in the field of dental implant is the usage of 3D computer guided implant placement (CBCT) & replacement of missing tooth or teeth using CAD-CAM technique(ZIRCONIA Crown & Bridge). This Digital work-up and computer-assisted dental implant planning allows safe and precise placement of dental implants. . Using this approach, the entire surgical and teeth replacement treatment plans are designed BEFORE any procedures are performed on patients. The biggest benefit with the technique is minimum amount of surgery time, less time spent on the dental chair, and the maximum level of preplanning foresight. It can result in faster overall treatment time, less discomfort, and an outcome that pleases everyone. Let's look a little more closely at the benefits & the entire process of computer-guided implant technology — a procedure at the forefront of dental implant technology.


  • Improved surgical and restorative diagnostics
  • Precise positioning of dental implants
  • Highly accurate
  • Highly aesthetic and functional result.
  • Less visits for patients
  • Shorter treatment time
  • accurate replacement of single or multiple missing teeth
  • Precise replacement of all missing teeth by fixed teeth or implant overdenture accurately

The Tretment Process:

  1. A specialized X-Ray known as CBCT scan of missing teeth site is obtained for 3-dimensional image of the jaw bone and related structures at the site.
  2. A digital impression of patient’s teeth and gum tissue is obtained using an intra-oral scan:
  3. The CBCT and the digital intra-oral scan are then combined to represent the relationship of the jaw bone to teeth and gum tissue.
  4. The planned restorations are then drawn digitally into the 3-dimensional model. This is essentially the digital prototype of the final prosthesis.
  5. Digital dental implants are then placed and adjusted until they are perfectly positioned within the confines of the restoration and the supporting bone. The implant diameter and length are precisely selected to assure an optimal and safe position in relation to surrounding nerves, sinuses, and adjacent teeth:
  6. Fabrication of a CAD / CAM surgical guide using the final digital work-up. The surgeon uses this surgical guide to position the implant precisely and according to the 3-dimensional work-up:
  7. Scanning of the implant and the its supporting gum tissue using special scan posts:
  8. A digital customized abutment is designed by laboratory and milled using CAD /CAM technology:
  9. The crown is fabricated and delivered to patient during a single visit: