After your 3-D scans are complete, Dr. Bianchin will be able to determine the exact details of your implant surgery and create a plan for your treatment. Your digital scans are uploaded to a computer, and with the help of virtual surgical software, a visual representation of what will happen during your surgery is created and made into a template that will be used when placing your implants.
This plan serves two purposes:
1. It allows you as the patient to see in advance what your surgery will look like, which can help you make more informed decisions about your treatment.
2. It provides Dr. Bianchin with greater detail, in preparation for placing your implant, and allows him to make adjustments and eliminate surprises the day of your actual surgery. This ensures that your surgery will go smoothly and be less invasive than traditional implant placements.