3D guided surgery

3D gives us the full picture

Thanks to the incredible advances in 3D technology, we can now get an even closer look at our patients’ oral health. This helps us diagnose and treat you more effectively than ever before.

3D guided surgery is revolutionising the dental world and bringing smiles to people everywhere. This innovative approach makes it possible for patients who are seeking permanent teeth replacements, such as those missing due to injury, decay or disease – all without resorting to dentures. For those who are missing one or more teeth due to injury, tooth decay, disease or dentures that just don’t fit right, 3D guided surgery is here to help.

The Holland Cross Dental team is proud to be an industry leader in dental technology advancement. To inquire about 3D guided surgery, just fill out the form below and a member of our team will be in contact with you. Now is better than ever to get the smile you deserve.

What kinds of dental surgery do we do?

There are several types of dental surgery. These include the following:

What is 3D guided surgery?

In dentistry 3D guided surgery is primarily used for dental implants. With computer imaging we are able to determine the precise location of the extraction and implantation site according to the data collected by a 3D X-ray. This information is given to a lab and used to 3D print a guide that is clipped onto your teeth. The guide is then ready to steer the implant (a ceramic zirconia or titanium root) into your jawline at the exact same position where the extraction took place.

The data collected from the digital imaging is used to 3D print a guide to aid the implant process with incredible precision.

Using this technology we’re able to perform the procedure at a level of detail and precision that is simply not possible without the technology.

We’re here to help

The thought of surgery doesn’t have to cause anxiety the way it used to decades ago. We use the latest technology to minimize invasiveness, reduce or eliminate damage to surrounding tissue, and lower the number of visits required to complete a procedure.

If you have any concerns about your oral health please fill out our contact form and one of our team members will reach out to you to set up an appointment.