Guided Dental Implants in Caldwell & Florham Park, NJ

Stunning Dental Implant Results With Our New Jersey Oral Surgeons

At NJ Center for Oral Surgery, Dr. Kirsch, Dr. Jacobs, and Dr. Zambetti know that technological advancements make a difference from your initial diagnosis to your final dental implant treatment. The state-of-the-art medical devices in our offices, our latest technology, and our expertise in using our equipment allow us to assist our patients and deliver the highest level of dental implant care. 

Our goal is to do everything within our power to help you live your life to the fullest, so we make it our mission to provide the most advanced care possible. We make sure to harness every technology available to offer the best oral care to our patients. Learn how our oral surgeons use this technology to place your implant posts with heightened precision.

What Is Guided Dental Implant Surgery?

Our computer-guided implant placement systems have taken the revolutionary implant placement procedure one step further. Guided dental implant surgery uses advanced technology to guide the procedure by predetermining the optimal location of your implants and eliminating the risk of human error. 

Our New Jersey oral surgeons use guided implant surgery technology to: A woman holds a guided dental implants diagram and points to her mouth.

  • Establish precise implant positioning
  • Secure the best aesthetic results
  • Reduce surgery time
  • Enable minimally invasive surgery

How Our Oral Surgeons Utilize Technology

We use computed tomography (CT) to take accurate images of the anatomical structure of your teeth, bones, and nerves. 3D imaging with a CT scan system generates high-definition x-rays of your oral cavity within seconds.

Our 3D imaging system allows our oral surgeons to eliminate the guesswork in measuring and positioning implants, as well as analyzing nerve, sinus, and root positions before surgery

The Benefits of Guided Dental Implants

  • Pre-surgery planning provides precision and accurate results.
  • Reduced risk means fewer unexpected complications.
  • Detailed images aid in planning implant size and positioning.
  • Patients can enjoy experience, convenience, and comfort when we use digital impressions rather than a mouthful of traditional goopy impression material.
  • Optimal outcomes occur when we pinpoint the exact position of planned restorations before placing implants, ensuring the implant is perfectly centered under the future crown.

The Guided Dental Implants Process

Computer-guided implant surgery ensures precise and accurate implant placement. We use the information gathered by our scanner to: 

  • Check bone and surrounding structures
  • Ensure there’s sufficient bone density for implant placement
  • Craft a surgical template to determine the best locations for implant placement
  • Watch the safety of vital structures and nerves during surgery

Frequently Asked Questions

Is guided dental implant surgery safe?

Guided dental implant surgery is a safe and viable option for patients. It allows oral surgeons to safely and accurately place dental implants, even with difficult or complex implant placement cases.

How does guided implant surgery differ from traditional implant surgery?

Guided dental implant surgery uses the latest dental technology to place implants accurately without incisions and sutures like traditional implant placement. Patients can enjoy a comfortable procedure and faster recovery thanks to guided implant surgery. 

Does guided dental implant surgery hurt?

No, guided dental implant surgery doesn’t hurt. Your oral surgeons will give you a local anesthetic and your choice of dental sedation before starting the procedure. After the procedure, you may feel some soreness and discomfort, but any pain can be alleviated with over-the-counter pain medications.

If the pain hasn’t gone away after a few days, contact your oral surgeon to schedule an appointment. Your oral surgeon will asses the situation and determine the best course of action.

Experience Comfortable & Modern Surgical Techniques 

Call our Caldwell, NJ office at NJ Center for Oral Surgery Phone Number 973-226-8444 or our Florham Park, NJ office at Florham Park Office (North Tower) Phone Number 973-261-8444 to schedule an appointment. At NJ Center for Oral Surgery, our oral surgeons have the skills and expertise to help you get the smile of your dreams.

Our Caldwell and Florham Park teams are dedicated to helping you get the care you need. If you live in Morristown, Livingston, Short Hills, Fairfield, and East Hanover, NJ, we look forward to helping you on the journey to a restored smile!