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A bone-supported surgical guide is a surgical template used for osteotomy for implant placement. It is commonly seated on the crest of the ridge extending apically for about 4 – 6 mm on both buccal and lingual side of the bone. The guide extends posteriorly for about 3 – 4 mm posterior to the implant.
This product is used for edentulous patients where the patient is placing 2 – 6 implants in 1 arch and looking to do a removable or fixed prosthesis without bone reduction.
SLA (Service Level Agreement)
It takes 10 business days to make and deliver a bone-supported guide to your office from the day we receive all the requirements or the day you approve the case, whichever is later.
|Scenario 1||Scenario 2|
|Locator overdenture. Patient is completely edentulous and not currently wearing a denture.||Edentulous patient. Esthetics are crucial and the patient is currently wearing a denture.|
Surgical Guide Requirements
Full Arch CBCT Scan
Dual Scan Protocol is highly recommended and required to ensure prosthetically driven implant planning.
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