Published: 04/02/2019

The technology used for dental implants has improved vastly in recent years. Many dentists, including Dr. Jacqueline Subka, have begun using computer guided technology to guarantee precision with placing implants. Many people lose a tooth due to trauma or require an extraction, and you want to make sure your dentist in Thousand Oaks, CA is using the best equipment available.

What Does the Process Consist Of?

Before actually putting the implant in place, our dentist will examine the bone and surrounding tissues. This is to see where everything is and whether it is safe for the patient to receive implants. The dentist can anticipate any potential issues before starting the surgery. As a result, more patients than ever before can receive implants because there are fewer risks. There is a decreased risk of complications as well as a myriad of other advantages.

What Are the Benefits?

The primary benefit is that patients enjoy predictable and precise dental implants. There is far less guesswork involved, so patients feel more comfortable when they sit in the dentist’s chair. It also eliminates the need for incisions within the soft tissue. Due to this, there exists a decreased risk of damage to the healthy surrounding tissues.

With better guidance, patients can expect reduced postoperative complications, such as pain, bruising and swelling. There will be a faster recovery time, so patients can expect to go back to work quickly. Patients can expect their new implants to last for decades without complication. There is less of a likelihood of experiencing biomechanical failures and complications because your dentist has a better understanding of the placement thanks to computer guided technology.

Who Should You Call?

The office of Jacqueline Subka DDS, APC has experienced dentists working to help you get a healthier smile. As soon as you lose a tooth, you should call us right away to get an implant placed soon.

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