In order to ensure a smooth transition of your new smile, it is sometimes necessary to reconfigure the bone anatomy prior to implant placement. In addition, this procedure ensures that the material is thick enough to provide the best long-term results without causing complications such as fractures or breaks. When this is necessary, we will determine it together by using sophisticated software that allows us to recognize the need in advance.
Compared with traditional methods of removing as much bone as possible and placing implants in an arbitrary configuration, this is a significant improvement. There are times when bone reduction or alveolar surgery is not even necessary. We will discuss the options together and come up with the most suitable plan for you.