The use of accurate 3D diagnostic procedures is now an integral part of modern implantology and oral and maxillofacial surgery. Precise positioning of the dental implant in all three planes is crucial to the functional and esthetic success of the implant over the long term. Such procedures can also help to prevent injury to sensitive adjacent structures (dental root, nerves). Computerized, three-dimensional models of the jaw provide precise information about bone volume and quality and support the treating physician before and during treatment. The question of whether bone augmentation is necessary can be clarified in advance.
The relevant structures and the planned treatment result can be vividly demonstrated to the patient. The collected data provide transparency to the patient with regard to the individual treatment concept and the accompanying treatment costs. To facilitate a detailed diagnosis with a minimum of radiation, the practice uses an ultra-modern cone beam computed tomography machine (CBCT - NewTom 5G).