What is Guided Implant Surgery?

We are excited to announce a new technology that allows us to perform an advanced procedure called guided implant surgery.

Guided Implant Surgery is an advanced version of traditional implant surgery. Our team of dentists utilize our new cone beam 3D imaging technology to “guide” or aid them to manufacture and place dental implants more efficiently, precisely and accurately. This advanced technique combines years of experience with state-of-the-art technology to navigate guided dental implant placement. This allows near perfect anatomic and dental position of implants both surgically and restoratively, resulting in maximum patient function, comfort and esthetics.

Guided implant surgery is significantly quicker, oftentimes resulting in the patient getting his or her new teeth in a single dental office visit.

The Technology Behind Guided Implant Surgery

The Axeos 3D Imaging system gives our team of doctors the ability to diagnose potential issues more accurately and provide treatment with unprecedented confidence. Unlike a traditional spiral CT scanner, this 3D system utilizes cone beam CT technology and provides precise, crystal-clear digital images while minimizing the exposure to radiation.

As a comprehensive dental practice, it’s important for us to be able to provide advanced services in all aspects of dentistry within the walls of our office. The cone beam technology allows us to perform a wider range of diagnoses and treatments, helping to reduce multiple visits or appointments at another office. The Axeos 3D Imaging scanner allows us to choose the field of view, or scanning area, that best suits your specific treatment needs. This helps to limit the radiation exposure because we are focusing specifically on the area of concern.

The Axeos 3D Imaging brings the latest 3D technology to Campi Dental, providing unmatched visualization of anatomical detail which aids in treatment planning and helps us to better explain the particulars of our patients case, as well as address any questions they may have. Our team of doctors can use this innovative technology to quickly and easily share 3D images of the area of concern to determine the best plan of action.

Our doctors will collaborate on your care, improving your experience, and delivering a positive treatment outcome.

Benefits of Guided Implant Surgery

There are many advantages of Guided Implant Surgery and we are beyond excited to share these benefits with our patients.

  • Precise and accurate implant placement
  • Reduced risks
  • Reduced surgical time
  • Improved patient education
  • Restoration of dental function
  • Top performance in compromised oral positions
  • Precise placement without effecting nearby existing implants

The extreme level of accuracy that Guided Implant Surgery offers makes it ideal in situations where there are concerns about the state of the patients bone volume and the proximity of the local nerves and state of the neighboring teeth. In cases of narrow ridges or other instances of limited space, guided surgery simplifies the task of situating the implant within the available bone. Guided surgery should always be a strong consideration with any complex case, the detailed level of precise imaging sets our doctors up for great success. Dr. Paul Galante is a specialist in Guided Implant Surgery and

The digital treatment-planning element of guided surgery allows our doctors to begin with the ideal restoration and work down to the implant position. While this approach can be adopted in traditional cases, the precision and control afforded by guided surgery enable Dr. Paul to position and angulate the implant for the most esthetic restorative outcome possible.


How to Know if Guided Implant Surgery is Right For You

A major advantage of coming to Campi Dental is the ability to be seen and cared for by multiple dentists that all specialize in the most advanced categories of dentistry. Our doctors continuously consult with each other on many cases across the practice. Dr. Paul often works alongside Dr. Jack and Dr. Joe to ensure that the recommended plan of action for each patient is the best possible solution.

If you’re struggling with oral issues and feel you may be a candidate for guided implant surgery, please don’t hesitate to reach out. You can call 732-449-2228 today or click to schedule an appointment for a free consultation.


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