Surgical 3D navigation templates in immediate dental implant: effectiveness of application

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Treatment of edentulism has always been relevant, but the requirements for treatment techniques constantly grow. A few decades ago it was sufficient to compensate the defect of a missing tooth, currently it is necessary to perform prosthetics adequately, aesthetically, atraumatically and promptly. To solve all these problems, modern computer techniques are increasingly being used in dentistry nowadays. The use of 3D printers, intraoral scanners and new treatment options allows performing prosthetics in the area of a missing tooth on the day of extraction [1; 2]. Our study demonstrates that treatment of edentulism using tooth extraction and immediate dental implant technique has a number of advantages compared to the classical two-stage technology. In addition, the use of a 3D surgical navigation template significantly improves the accuracy of implant positioning, which leads to reduced complications.


Dental implantation, surgical 3d template, surgical navigation template, implantation plan, implantation complications, edentulism treatment

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IDR: 170195005   |   DOI: 10.24412/2500-1000-2022-7-3-9-12

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