X-Nav Guided Dental Implant Surgery
X-Nav Guided Dental implant Placement in Miami Beach and Aventura, FL.
Blum-Nico Oral Surgery Associates were the first oral surgeons in South Florida to incorporate the X-Guide dental implant system into their oral surgery practice. They are the first oral surgeons in South Florida to use this advanced 3D technology to place dental implants. The X-Guide system is designed to elevate the surgeon’s control and precision over the entire dental implant process, including planning and placement. This results in the ability to deliver a more precise, functional, and aesthetic outcome in dental implant surgeries.
It’s like a GPS for placing dental implants. The X-Guide™ system utilizes the surgeon’s plan to provide turn-by-turn guidance during live surgery, giving the ability to visualize precise anatomical landmarks and track movements of the handpiece during implant surgery for more exact implant placement.
Now immediate implant placement can be a reality for more patients. This is a big advantage, as more patients want their implant results to be functional and aesthetic, while minimizing complications and reducing time in the dental office. “It is a great advance for patient treatment. Now patients can benefit from more accurate, faster, and more predictable implant placement and temporarization,” says Dr. Nicolaievsky, of Blum-Nico Oral Surgery Associates.Blum-Nico Orals
What is X-NAV Technology?
Our practice has integrated Cone Beam 3D imaging into dental implant placement surgery. The results is increased accuracy and precision in dental implant planning and dental implant placement. The X-NAV technology allows our surgeons to control the exact placement of implant POSITION, ANGLE and DEPTH with guided Navigation during live surgery.
How does the X-Nav Dental Implant System benefit patients?
- Increased precision of dental implant placement
- Less time in the chair for patients
- Faster turnaround time for dentists and labs
- No more messy dental impressions that cause patients to gag
- Digital impressions are sent directly to the dentist and lab
- More predictable and precise workflow