Why Patients Prefer Computer-Guided Dental Implants

Why Patients Prefer Computer-Guided Dental Implants Why Our NYC Patients Prefer Computer-Guided Dental Implants

Computers can do anything, right? So why not let them help with your smile?

At the New York City office of Louis Siegelman, D.D.S., our patients have access to computer-guided dental implants, a modern approach to implants that improves greatly on previous forms of the operation.

Using this method, we’ve seen positive results not only in the accuracy and recovery time — but also in patients’ satisfaction with the experience.

Enhanced Accuracy

So how does this work? Well, it doesn’t involve any robots.

By relying on advanced imaging technology called a 3D cone-beam scan, our office can create 3D digital models of the patient’s mouth.

These models allow our dentists to plan and simulate the placement process before ever bringing a patient in for the actual surgery. That vastly improves the accuracy of the implants and minimizes the risk of complications while reaching a new level of precision.

State-Of-The-Art Technology

At our New York City office, we use cutting-edge technology that provides our clients with the next level of precision in dental implant placement. By integrating a 3D scan of your mouth and a digital image of your teeth, our office can design a customized guide. This ensures the most accurate positioning of your dental implants.

The computer-guided surgery streamlines the procedure, allowing for faster, more efficient treatment while maintaining accuracy. This approach not only minimizes discomfort after the operation but can also help with healing.

Improved Patient Satisfaction

With computer-guided dental implant surgery, patients can feel they’re part of the process.

The collaborative process allows patients to see digital models ahead of time, bringing a measure of comfort to those worried about a new dental procedure. This transparency makes the entire process less stressful, and empowers patients to feel in control of what’s happening.

Computers also streamline the operation, meaning that the entire process takes less time, meaning patients leave the office sooner with implants they can trust.

Getting Dental Implants

Technology continues to change our lives in small but important ways, and computer-guided dental implants are the latest example.

With greater accuracy and shorter recovery times, it’s a no-brainer for many patients to opt for dental implants that use the latest tech.

Considering dental implants? Louis Siegelman, D.D.S. can help explain all the details and what implants can do for you. Book an appointment today on Dental Phobia, or call the office at (212) 974-8737 to find out more.

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