Navigation Surgery – Guided Dental Implants

in Dunmore & Dunmore PA

X-Guide Dynamic 3D Navigation- for more accurate implant surgeryDental implants allow patients who have experienced tooth loss to regain their fully functional and natural looking smiles. Implant dentistry is one of the latest advancements in tooth replacement, and our computer-guided implant placement systems have taken this innovative procedure one step further.  Our surgeons use navigation surgery technology to locate optimal implant positioning, secure the best aesthetic outcome, and reduce overall surgery time.


From the initial cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT) scans that are analyzed by our surgeons for implant placement planning to the intra-operative procedure itself, computer-guided implant surgery ensures precise and accurate implant placement. The information gathered by our cone beam scanner is used to: 

  • Evaluate bone and vital structures.
  • Ensure there is adequate bone for implant placement.
  • Verify the safety of important structure and nerves.
  • Create a surgical template that is used to determine the best locations for implant placement.

Perio Health & Dental Implants uses advanced technology to help precisely and accurately place implants!

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Customizing treatment and making decisions according to your particular case is our specialty. Guided implant technology allows our surgeons to see the structures of the jaw, teeth, and surrounding tissue, ensuring proper placement of the implant and minimizing the risk of unexpected complications.


Guided implant technology consists of detailed scans of the oral structures. This not only helps our doctors in their planning and operative procedures, but the images are used to explain the dental implant process to our patients – not commonly provided by general dentists – educating them more extensively on the details of their oral health.

Example of digital image produced by using x-guide dynamic 3D navigation
Example of digital image produced by using x-guide dynamic 3D navigation


There are a variety of reasons why navigation surgery provides benefits to our patients that are not available in traditional implant surgery. Computer-guided implant surgery, using provide:

  • Digital impressions rather than requiring patients to use actual impression material in their mouth.  
  • Immediate dental function following the procedure.
  • Visual access for doctors to compromised jawbone and unique structures.
  • Reduced surgical time because a precise template eliminates guesswork.


At Perio Health and Dental Implants, we are able to ensure a more desirable outcome every time, by using computerized software to fully visualize the anatomy surrounding the implant locations and plan accordingly. Our cutting edge technology allows our doctors to pinpoint the exact position of planned restorations before positioning and placing implants.