Stackable Implant Drill Guide

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Information about the service

  • This service is delivered in 5 to 10 working days, depending on the complexity of the case and your approval time.
  • The guides are sent as STL files ready to 3D print, or you can choose a 3D printing option to be sent to you ready to use.
  • You can choose to integrate 3D Digital Smile Design as prosthetic planning.
  • Temporary Prosthesis design and printing are optional and delivered in 3 to 5 working days.



What is Computer-Guided Implant Placement?

Using a computer to simulate implant placement, then based on this simulation, design and fabricate a device called (a surgical guide) which is then used during surgery to place implants in the same positions, dimensions, and angulation previously planned.

The conventional method of using the patient's panoramic x-ray to plan implant surgery cannot transfer the planning precisely as designed. Moreover, it cannot be valid for bone density and measurements, especially for buccolingual dimensions.


Why do I need to use a surgical guide for implant placement?

The main attribute of using a surgical guide in placing implants is Accuracy. What often happens when positioning implants in a patient's mouth differs from the plan. This shortage in accuracy results in biological, mechanical, or esthetical problems or even failure. A surgical guide is a device fabricated specially for this mission; it eliminates the gap between expectations and reality (the plan and the result).

Computer-guided implant placement is simply to do the operation on a computer, then fabricate a device ( surgical guide) that transfers the plan to the patient mouth and ensures that implants will be placed exactly as planned before on the computer.

What are the main requirements for surgical guide fabrication?

  • CBCT (cone beam computed tomogram)
  • Patient's digital impression or model scan
  • Guided surgery kit ( universal or provided by the implant system you are using)