Computer-Guided Implant Surger

Computer-Guided Implant Surgery is a relatively new and exciting technique in implant treatment. Using digital data obtained from a Cone Beam CT (CBCT), a specialized CT scan of the face and jaws, the surgeon and restorative doctors can do "virtual surgery" to place the implants in an idea position. This information is then sent to a specialized company who can make CAD/CAM surgical guides and models. This is then used during the implant surgery for exact placement of the implants as planned during the "virtual surgery". The result is extremely accurate implant placement, shortened surgical time for the patient and sometimes allows a "flapless" surgical approach.

When your surgeon feels this type of treatment is appropriate and important for your individual case, you will be referred to a specialized local imaging center - iMagDent. Your surgeon will explain the simple steps necessary for this technique.

The link below will provide directions and other information.



San Antonio Oral Surgery & Dental Implants

3338 Oakwell Court, Suite 204
San Antonio, TX 78218

Ph - 210-656-3301

Fax - 210-822-2701

Monday-Friday: 8:30am - 4:00pm

As an oral surgery specialist, Dr. Jeffrey Wert has extensive experience with dental implants, grafting (bone and soft tissue), removal of wisdom teeth and non-restorative teeth, corrective jaw surgery, as well as several options for sedation We also can diagnosis and treat TMJ (jaw joint disorders), oral pathology, and trauma to the face and jaws.

When it comes to selecting the right oral surgeon in San Antonio, experience is extremely important. San Antonio Oral Surgery & Dental Implants has performed oral surgery for families in San Antonio since 1974. If you trust us with your oral surgery needs, rest assured that you’re in experienced hands. Our entire team is dedicated to being an exceptional Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery & Dental Implant practice in the greater San Antonio Area.

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