Today we have an exceptional tool in our hands with 3D or 3 Dimensional planning. 3 Dimensional planning allows for greater precision during your surgical treatment and also assists the physician in performing computer aided virtual surgery treatment before you ever arrive for your medical appointment!
3D Planning based Dental Implant Surgery relies on CT Scan technology. A CT scan (Computerized Tomography) is a kind of X-ray which generates pictures of internal physical components of the body in cross section. Images created by dental CT scan contain more information than those created by traditional X-ray exams.
A rotating X-ray unit which takes hundreds of X-rays is found in the dental CT scan. It generates a complicated picture. The data from it is combined by a computer to create a three-dimensional picture. The picture can be easily turned on your computer. Conventional X-ray can produce only single or two-dimensional pictures.
As a 3D picture is created by a verbal CT scan, the picture is better. The location of sensors or bone width at the selected position of the picture can be easily recognized by the dental professional. This, in turn, helps in identifying the size, type, and diameter of implant that can be used for increasing the implant to bone contact.
The aim of this case report is to get the truth results in an outcome of cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) centered medical books for implant placement in a partly edentulous patient with an anterior mandible bone problem due to a bullet received in the war. The aim is to illustrate advised implant placement and the application of fixed, implant-supported prosthetic restorations with a fully digital workflow.
The existing procedure for the completely digital planning of improvements and implant-supported corrections has shown to be reliable.