Implant diagnostics and treatment planning

The diagnostic procedures involved for planning dental implants are covered under New Patient's Consultation and Full Case Assessment where most of the required information will be collected.

Cone Beam Computerised Tomography (CBCT) scans taken at one of our nearby scanning centres are routinely used formost cases to visualise the bone shape and quality available for implants. We ensure that your case is minutely planned to prevent surprises during surgery.

CT stents (customised mock-ups of the final teeth containing markers that show up on CT scans) for wear during the taking of CT scans will normally be required and will be constructed by the laboratory following a Full Case Assessment appointment.

We also ensure that your implant treatment is planned with the rest of your dental treatment in mind to keep time and cost requirements to a minimum for you and ensure that you always presentable and able to function when you leave the practice.


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