Through Computed Tomography, the critical relationship between the jaw bone surfaces and the mucous soft tissue can be visualized. Numerous implant planning and navigation system have been developed which implement new features.
San Clemente, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/22/2014 -- Most dental procedures are done in a dentist's office and occasionally in a hospital setting. Local anaesthesia is mostly enough for these out-patient procedures. However, there are instances when various forms of patient sedation are required such as nitrous oxide and oral intravenous sedation. Bone augmentation as a common adjunctive surgical procedures may be performed as separate procedures or may be performed as the same time with implant placement. A patient however must remember that each clinical situation may be dependent on each dental practitioner.
The first step in determining which procedure must be performed and which anaesthesia to use on each patient may be best determined by the proper collection of a patient's records. Patient evaluation requires traditional periapicaland panoramic radiographs, oral assessments and swelled articulated study casts. These allow the dental practitioner to know numerous factors of the patient's structural appearance such as lip support, overbite, basic perception of the fundamental bone structures, and others. Pre-Surgical Prosthetic Planning Technology facilitates proper diagnosis, treatment planning, and fabrication of surgical guide template which will enable the dental practitioner to plan the implant placement procedure before the surgical intervention.
Interactive dental treatment development has advanced in the last few years. The Computed Tomography-derived guide assisted intervention is a digital geometry processing which is used to create a three-dimensional image of the inside of the tooth and gum from a large series of two-dimensional X-ray images. This state-of-the art procedure is now being mastered and practiced by a local dentist in San Clemente, California. Computer-assisted dental surgery represents a surgical concept and set of methods, that uses computer technology for pre-surgical planning and for guiding dental practitioners and surgeons.
Innovative visualization and techniques have been used in the field of dental implantology. New graphical tools have been presented to aid dental practitioners in performing difficult surgical procedures. Latest modelling incorporate the contact between the patient's teeth and jaw and the simulation of the development and the arrangement of the teeth inside the mouth with virtual implant positioning. Through Computed Tomography, the critical relationship between the jaw bone surfaces and the mucous soft tissue can be visualized. Numerous implant planning and navigation system have been developed which implement new features.
Through CT-derived assisted intervention, dental surgeries and procedures are now much safer and accurate. This is what most dentists in San Clemente are now using. This procedure has gain numerous acclamations and praises from patients and dental practitioners alike.
About Dana Ghorab DDS PC
Dana Ghorab DDS PC is a private San Clemente California family dental practice, devoted to the highest standards in personalized dental care. They provide comprehensive treatment, restorative and cosmetic dentistry using state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the highest quality and comfort. They pledge to provide their patients with only the care they need and to educate and inform them of all options available. They see patients of all ages and hope to provide continuous care to all members of their clients' family. They aim to make dental care as comfortable as possible.