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Guided Implant Placement Procedure

Your new teeth with completely natural look and function is just in 4 steps.


Get a diagnostic scan

Your dentist will take thousands of images of your teeth in just minutes along with an impression for precise digital planning


Customised 3D design

Your 3D treatment plan will be designed and reviewed by a digital treatment planner alone with your dentist. Then your ReplaceDent 3D template will be printed and send directly to your dentist


Minimally invasive implant placement

Your dentist will perform an atraumatic keyhole implant surgery by using the 3D template to complete the process of restoration. we attach the crown or bridge on top of the implants to produce a tooth like outcome, so your implant mimics the function of your tooth root, and the crown mimics the look and function of your tooth.


Brand-new smiles

After you complete your ReplaceDent journey, you will have a beautiful and permanent tooth replacement

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Click the option that best describes your teeth to find out the detailed treatment process

Single tooth implant
Implant-supported bridge
Implant-supported denture

How can technological advances benefit my implant placement?

Guided surgery provides the dentist with a custom, pre-planned digital 3D surgical template which guides the doctor during implant placement surgery to the desired drilling angle and depth.

Having everything digitally-planned ahead of surgery makes it possible to produce a provisional restoration which lets you leave the doctor’s office with a full smile immediately after implant placement. This saves you time in the dentist’s office and makes the procedure more accurate, safe, and convenient.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants replace missing roots, and can support dental restorations that look and feel just like your own. You will be able to eat and drink whatever you like without the inconveniences of removable dentures, partials or missing teeth.

On the other hand, in cases where no implant is placed, bone resorption may lead to ill-fitting dentures which don’t provide a comfortable or effective solution for the patient.


Are tooth implants right for me?

Chances are, if you have lost a tooth or teeth, tooth implants will be a great solution for you. However, for a very small percentage of individuals, they may not be appropriate. For instance, if you have inadequate bone tissue, cancer or diabetes, implants may not be the best solution. As always, it is best to discuss this with your dentist.



Am I a candidate?

Your best new smile could be one appointment away