Guided Dental Implant Surgery in Washington D.C. & Alexandria, VA
Dental implant technology has advanced significantly in the past decade, and surgical procedures can now take advantage of imaging and guidance programs that make implant placement more precise than ever.
In our office, we use several different scanner and software combinations to create the perfect conditions for implant placement.
Anatomage is 3D rendering software that helps create a precise replica of the jawbone in the area of the implant or implants. A surgical guide can be created that will ensure each dental implant is placed at an extremely specific depth and angle, providing the most stable positioning of the titanium post in the jaw. This creates a perfectly placed implant that will provide a strong foundation for the permanent restoration.
Zimmer BioMet Navigator
The Zimmer BioMet Navigator is a superlative Computed Tomography (CT) solution that augments the implant placement. This navigator system provides dentists with extensive planning options and accurate instrument control during the implant procedure, for a precise placement with minimal tissue damage and optimal future maintenance of soft tissue around the implant.
Nobel BioCare NobelGuide
The Nobel BioCare NobelGuide system is a complete treatment concept, guiding surgery from the earliest diagnostic stage through the final surgical implantation and prosthetic placement. This system is ideal for edentulous (completely toothless) and no-edentulous patients, especially those with potential surgical complications due to fragile or remodeled bone.
Dr. Justin Zalewsky, Dr. Michael Hoge, and the Precision Periodontics and Implant Dentistry team offer a range of periodontal treatment options to the Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C. area, including residents seeking a periodontist in Annandale, Arlington, Burke, Chevy Chase, Falls Church, Fairfax, and Springfield. Please contact us to schedule a consultation with Dr. Zalewsky or Dr. Hoge, or request your appointment online.