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How dentist in San Jose uses today’s technology for successful and precise placement of dental implants

At the Center for Implant Dentistry, Drs. Sambhav Jain, Arpana Gupta, and Shivani Gupta in San Jose offer quality care and attention for patients who are interested in restoring their smiles after tooth loss. Our practice utilizes some of the latest technologies and techniques for ensuring comprehensive care and precision treatments. We offer oral surgeries that can address functional and aesthetic issues within the smile in an affordable and precise manner.

Drs. Sambhav Jain, Arpana Gupta, and Shivani Gupta of the Center for Implant Dentistry have invested in their patients by obtaining state-of-the-art devices and computer software for use within their facility. Dental implants are just one type of restoration that needs to be placed with great care and precision. Restorations such as crowns, bridges, and dentures should be fabricated with the latest technologies to ensure better fit and function. Our team uses many of the below technologies to improve patient experience:

3D CT scan machines

The 3D CT scan machine is a wonderful diagnostic tool that allows our dental team to ensure predictability during surgical procedures while exposing patients to ten times less radiation than traditional medical CT scan devices.

Virtual surgical planning

Our practice uses special software that is designed to give us a virtual look into the smile and provide computerized planning for the placement of dental implants and for reconstruction of the sinus and bone when needed.

Guided implant surgery

We provide precision oral surgery thanks to the Surgical Operating Microscope, also known as the SOM, commonly used in our practice for the placement of dental implants.

Intraoral scanners

The intraoral scanners and cameras allow patients to see in their mouth before treatment is done to give them a better idea of the procedures needed to improve the health and function of their smiles. This gives our patients a visual of what is going on in their smile.

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

Designing restorations such as bridges and dentures can be done using CAD technology, ensuring precision and beauty in all that is done in our practice.

Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

Creating porcelain restorations in our office is easy with CAD/CAM software and devices that allow dentists to mill out crowns and bridges while patients wait, instead of sending impressions out to a ceramist states away.

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