Robotic implant is a revolutionary treatment method. In this method, also called Surgical Guide, the gingiva is not lifted while the implant is placed, that is, no stitches are placed.
“The robotic implant, which reduces the margin of error to zero, can be applied in the loss of a single tooth or more than one tooth. The healing process is comfortable and fast as no stitches are placed on the gingiva.”
Frequently Asked Questions About Robotic Implant
How to make a Robotic implant?
First, a 3-dimensional tomography of the person is taken. This tomography is examined in the 3D implant program to determine the quality and dimensions of the bone. The virtual alignment and position of the implant to be made are determined in a special computer program. As a result of all this simulation, a surgical guide is produced that is exactly compatible with the patient's mouth. This 3D guide mold is removed from the printer and placed in the person's mouth. The implant site is marked. The implant slot is opened at the marked point and the implant is placed in the jawbone at the angle determined by the computer program.
“The biggest advantage of the robotic implant is that the planning made with the 3D program reveals the most suitable implant for the person's oral structure without any application.”
Will it hurt in Robotic Implant Treatment?
Local anesthesia is applied during the implant operation. You will not feel hurt or ache. You will not feel ache or pain.
“The robotic implant, of which Sanita Hospital is the first application in Turkey, is the most comfortable implant treatment with the fastest recovery time.”
How Long Does the Robotic Implant Operation Take?
In this treatment, several days may be needed to create a 3D mold. Implant operation can be completed within 1 hour depending on the number of missing teeth.
What are the Advantages of Robotic Implant?
-Implant treatment period is short.
-With robotic implant technology, implant positioning is done accurately.
-The healing process is faster.
-Bleeding does not occur, or occurs very little because there is no incision in the gingiva.
-There is little or no swelling and bruising.
-The person has a temporary prosthesis on the same day and the person returns to daily life.
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