The prospect of dental implant placement surgery can be a bit intimidating for some patients, and understandably so. After all, any type of surgery carries a degree of risk. However, when you choose Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch to perform your implant placement surgery, you can be sure that you are in good hands.
PRECISE DENTAL IMPLANT SURGERY FOR PREDICTABLE RESULTS
Dr. Stonisch is an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Diplomat with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. She also teaches other dentists as a mentor at the Kois Center in Seattle. Not only Is Dr. Stonisch highly skilled with an in-depth understanding of oral anatomy, but she also has state-of-the-art technology at his disposal. One of the tools she uses to aid her in the implant process is X-Guide, a remarkable guided surgery tool from X-Nav.
WHAT IS X-GUIDE?
Before your surgery, Dr. Stonisch will map out your jaw and plan precisely where your dental implants should go. Then, during the surgery, she uses the X-Guide to help her make sure the implants get placed in their pre-planned positions. It offers three-dimensional navigation that helps Dr. Stonisch ensure that the implant’s position, angle, and depth are all correct — no guesswork necessary. X-Guide is used to create a treatment process that is efficient and mistake-free.
BENEFITS OF X-GUIDE FOR DENTAL IMPLANTS
X-Guide is not the only implant placement navigation aid on the market. However, it is one of the best. Some of X-Guide’s most outstanding benefits include:
- It offers a live, 360-degree view of the drill position and anatomy during surgery.
- It provides interactive, turn-by-turn guidance — it’s kind of like a GPS for implant surgery! It even features patent-pending navigation technologies.
- It improves accuracy 11 times over freehand implant placement. A lower risk of errors means greater peace of mind for everyone involved in your treatment, especially you!
- Not only is it useful during surgery, but its software can also play a big role in helping plan the entire implant process. For example, it can help Dr. Stonisch plan the placement of the restoration that will eventually go on top of your implants so your final results are both comfortable and natural-looking.
READY FOR A FREE DENTAL IMPLANT CONSULTATION?
If you are thinking about getting dental implants to replace your lost teeth, you should entrust your future smile to someone with the skills and technology to make your treatment a success. To learn more about how Dr. Stonisch, her team, and the tools in our office can help you, contact us today for a free consultation at 313-882-2000.