Cutting-edge technology does not stand alone for diagnosis and treatments, it requires professionals like Dr. Georgiev involved in every step of your evaluation, diagnosis, planning, treatment and recovery.
Making the best use of the advances in dental x-rays and dental implant surgeries, Prime Oral and Facial Surgery of Cranford’s professional team maximizes cutting edge technology and traditional medical principles to meet your individual needs.
NAVIDENT DYNAMIC 3-D IMPLANT NAVIGATION SYSTEM
WHAT THE NAVIDENT NAVIGATION SYSTEM DOES
Similar to the way that drivers use GPS technology, your surgeon will use sometimes use navigation technology to help him or her to locate and plan your dental implant surgery in the most accurate and precise way. This helps to allow the surgeon to perform the most minimally invasive surgery, with smaller incisions, leading to less pain and a faster recovery. It also promotes ideal functional and asthetic results. Navident does not replace your surgeon’s skill; it enhances it, allowing him or her access to information about the surgical process that has, up until now, been unavailable.
HOW NAVIDENT WORKS
Your surgeon, in concert with your restorative doctor, will plan the ideal location for your implant based on your unique anatomical and dental structures. During surgery, your surgeon will place a small clip into your mouth. This gives him or her real-time feedback about your unique anatomical structures, including your jawbone, soft tissues, surrounding teeth,you’re your digitally planned treatment. Navident allows your surgeon to follow a specific plan with precise navigation, similar to the way in which neurosurgeons and reconstructive surgeons have been performing delicate procedures for many years.
Navident is important because a millimeter matters. Implant surgery is among the most precise surgeries performed today. The small margin of error for ideal positioning of the implant in the mouth, including its depth and angulation, is often less than a millimeter. Surgeons often work to preserve a single millimeter of bone. A millimeter matters when approaching the mandibular (lower jaw) nerve or the lingual (tongue) artery. Implants placed two or three millimeters away from the ideal position can result in a poor aesthetic outcome, difficult restorative process, failure of the implants, or other complications.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR ME?
It means that if your surgeon has recommended the use of the Navident System for your implant surgery, it is because years of hard work, study, and experience have shown that it is right for you. It means that you will receive the benefits of the most modern implant technology and that you can rest assured that everything possible is being done to provide you with the best possible outcome.
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