The X-Guide Navigation system is a revolutionary dental implant technology that has taken precision, safety, and accuracy to a whole new level.
the X-Guide Navigation system is a game-changer in the field of dental implantology, providing the best and safest outcomes for patients seeking dental implants.
Dr. Ayad is among the select group of UK-based dentists who have been trained in the cutting-edge X-Guide 3D Dynamic Navigation Implant System developed by Nobel Biocare, a renowned leader in the field of dental implants. This groundbreaking implant system has revolutionised digital dentistry by significantly enhancing accuracy and safety in implant surgery, reducing angular deviation to under 1 degree and positional deviation to within 0.5mm. During the preparatory and placement stages of surgery, the system provides the surgeon with 3D navigation, enabling them to precisely track the position of the drill and the implant. The system’s advanced software also enables surgeons to pre-plan implant placement and offers a route to follow.
Additionally, temporary teeth can be created using a 3D printer, while the milling machine can produce final restorations (teeth), all thanks to the system’s dynamic software.
While some dentists still rely on the traditional freehand method for placing dental implants, it comes with certain limitations and uncertainties, such as not being able to know precisely where the implant is being placed or what is underneath the gum line. Both Computer Guided Surgery and the X-Guide require a CBCT scan and pre-planning. However, with the X-Guide, a smart clip is placed during the CBCT scan, which captures all the necessary information to guide the drill during surgery, enabling the surgeon to know precisely where the drill is located under the gum line. Unlike Computer Guided Surgery, the X-Guide eliminates the need for a drilling guide, as the system shows the surgeon the pre-planned path to follow on the computer screen. Additionally, the X-Guide offers real-time feedback on the angle, path, and depth of the drill and implant, enabling the surgeon to make precise adjustments during surgery for optimal outcomes. This cutting-edge technology is similar to the approach used in medical neurosurgery, which has been relied on for many years.
To determine whether you are a suitable candidate for dental implant surgery, please complete an enquiry form and a member of Dr Ayad’s team will be in touch.