DENTAL IMPLANT SURGERY IN MEXICO PLANNING
It is common that many patients do not spend enough time initially in selecting the right dental implant specialist in Mexico for their treatments.
It is Vitaly Important that you invest time, research and your own due diligence into your choice of dental implant specialist in Mexico. The more information you have and time spent in planning and researching the right dentist and the best options and dental treatments will certainly hold you in good stead.
Keep in mind that a dental implant is a technique sensitive treatment and in less experienced hands of a dentist who does not have sufficient training or experience may put your oral health at unnecessary risk or increasing the chances of a Implant failure.
The right approach with enough care and caution will ensure that you are in the very best position for a successful and long lasting dental Implant solution for yourself.
And this is what we here at Dentaris cares to show prospective patients that taking the initial time and planning prior to travel and undertaking such procedures can and will keep your health in the very best (professional and qualified) hands that is on offer.
BETTER THE DENTAL SCAN BETTER THE DENTAL PLAN
The first step in the dental implant process is the development of an individualised treatment plan. The plan addresses your specific needs and is prepared by our team of professionals who are specially trained and experienced in oral surgery and restorative dentistry.
A Ct Scan (3D Scan will be taken to allow the specialists to review the quality, density of bone, Sinus cavities and nerve location
With this detailed map of a patients anatomy we perform a virtual surgery or computer guided surgery that will allow the most accurate assessment of implant size, angulation and placement for optimal success.
WHAT IS THE BENEFIT TO YOU THE PATIENT?
What we want you to understand is that visiting Cancun for Dental Implant Surgery is a very Affordable option and we try to impress upon especially our prospective patients is that without a Complete scan, no specialist should attempt to offer dental implant treatment plans, Even with Panoramic X-rays which are a great tool but can only show limited details are not the best source of true information for the doctor to confidently place any Implant.
Improved Scanning allows precise planning and diagnosis for each patient.
With the Virtual Surgery the doctor will have a very real and structured idea of what you need, There is minimal confusion before any treatments starts, and with this Information we can confidently:
Offer you multiple treatment options
List the treatments you are in need of including additional procedures
Price the treatments individually so you can budget your money
Breakdown the Times needed for the treatments allowing for return visits to be budgeted
And importantly allow an accurate Outcome to be offered to you
BETTER THE SCAN – BETTER THE PLAN
If you are looking for accurate estimations for Complex Dental Implant Rehabilitations in Cancun Mexico – Know the Importance of having the Necessary Images to allow our affiliated dental specialists to provide accurate and Precision Planning – And not just felt marker on a Panoramic X-ray.
If you want to ensure your case gets the level of attention and detail that you deserve and need – We can help you get it
Why panoramic X-ray image is not enough?
Panoramic images are magnified and distorted whereas Cone beam images provide undistorted and accurate views of the jaws. As a result the use of panoramic images to perform measurements is unreliable. Another key difference is that CT images provide different views (cross-sectional, axial, coronal, sagittal, etc.) while panoramic x-rays provide only one view with all structures between the x-ray tube and the image detector superimposed on one another. This allows CT images to separate out the various structures.
What are the Main Applications of CT Imaging?
3D CT scans allow the surgeon and restorative dentist to optimally plan and place dental implants.
Pre-operative- identifying important landmarks like inferior dental nerve and maxillary sinus. To determine bone volume and density for optimum 3 dimensional placmenent.
Post operative- To assess bone loss and iatrogenic injury post implant plamcenent.