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Treatment guidelines

Digital treatment planning protocols, introduction

Key points

  • Virtual placement of implants allows to identify and fully use available bone volume, to plan bone augmentation and to optimize implant placement
  • Since anatomical structures are revealed damage to nerves and vessels can be better prevented
  • Prosthetically and anatomically driven: Predictable position and orientation of implants, taking into account all available bone and the prosthetic demands
  • If CBCT technology is available, radiation involved remains limited
  • Favors communication among clinical team members and patient


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