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Dental Implants

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Fully Guided Dental implants

Fully guided digital implants are an advanced dental implant procedure that uses state-of-the-art technology to provide patients with a more precise, comfortable, and efficient treatment option. This technique involves the use of 3D imaging, virtual planning software, and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) technology to create a surgical guide, 3D printed, tailored to your unique needs.

The benefits of fully guided digital implants are numerous. Firstly, they are more accurate and predictable than traditional implant placement methods. With 3D imaging and virtual planning software, your dentist can create a detailed plan that takes into account your specific anatomy and bite. This reduces the risk of complications such as nerve damage, implant failure, and infection.

Additionally, fully guided digital implants are less invasive than traditional implant placement methods. The surgical guide allows for smaller incisions and less damage to surrounding tissues, resulting in a quicker and more comfortable recovery for you.

Overall, fully guided digital implants are a safe and effective option for patients who need dental implants. If you are considering dental implants, talk to your dentist about whether fully guided digital implants are the right option for you. With this advanced technology, you can receive a precise and comfortable treatment that will restore your smile and improve your oral health.


  • Unlike ill-fitting dentures, which can have a tendency to move around uncomfortably in your mouth, implants stay firmly in place.

  • Implants help protect the jawbone by keeping it stimulated and they prevent existing teeth from moving around.

  • They eliminate the speaking and chewing problems that may be caused by missing teeth or ill-fitting dentures.

  • They can provide a significant boost to your confidence by restoring your smile.


Treatment steps:

  • We carry out a full assessment of your general health, how your teeth fit together, your oral health and the density of your jaw bone. If we discover you have insufficient bone volume, you may need a grafting procedure to allow for the successful placement of implants.

  • The titanium posts are placed in the bone under a local anaesthetic using a relatively simple surgical procedure.

  • Titanium is very well tolerated by the body, so over a few months the implants will bond with the bone – a process known as osseo-integration.

  • Once settled in and fully healed, we can fit replacement teeth to the now firmly positioned implants.



You need to maintain good oral hygiene following treatment to ensure your implants remain trouble-free. If well looked after, with a regular brushing and flossing routine, they can last for over 15 years. You should also attend regular check-ups so your dentist can make sure your implants stay in great condition.

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