Monday, February 15, 2010

Nobel Biocare : Teeth-In-An-Hour technology

Nobel Biocare, creators of the Teeth-In-An-Hour technology and trademark have been at the forefront of dental science for years. They are a recognized leader in the development of cutting edge technologies and solutions for dentists worldwide.

The Teeth in an hour concept applies to a variety of edentulous patient demographics. Patients who have a history of compromised bone structures, due to disease, trauma or genetics, may benefit from this unique method of performing dental implant surgery.

Patients who have had implant failures, due to a variety of reasons, can be strong candidates for this procedure that can best assess existing bone structures and existing implants, further paving the way for developing a more intelligent implant mapping that promotes optimal health and longevity of treatment.

Virtual placement of recommended implants provides patients with the sound and practical information they need for making the best decision possible for maintaining their oral health needs.

Digitized Surgery Guides :

Freehand placement of implant devices, especially with patients who may not have optimal bone structures can result in low rates of predictability for implant success and overall dental function (bite). Virtual placement, accompanied with leading edge CatScans all but eliminates guesswork and significantly reduces probabilties for error.

Etiological factors that consider how the teeth were lost (trauma, long term extraction history, disease, genetic issues, malformed jaw structures, occlusal characteristics, etc) and the current integrity of bone mass are accounted for in treatment planning.The treating doctor combines the patient data and CatScan analysis which is used to generate a NobelGuide. A computer guided surgery template that maps the placement of implant devices that are restored individually or used with prosthetic devices (dentures, overdentures, etc).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ah, This is awesome! Clears up
a few contradictions I've heard