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A tooth-supported surgical guide is a surgical template used for osteotomy in implant placement. It is commonly seated on the teeth cusp tips and parts of the soft tissue in partially edentulous areas.
This product is used for crown and bridge cases where 1 – 3 implants are placed in each specified area of interest in the patient’s mouth.
SLA (Service Level Agreement)
It takes 5 business days to make and deliver a tooth-supported guide to your office from the day we receive all the requirements or the day you approve the case, whichever is later.
|Area of interest is located posteriorly, or the patient is only missing 1 – 2 teeth||Anterior and highly aesthetic cases, or the patient is missing 3 or more teeth in one area of interest.|
Surgical Guide Requirements
- Full-arch CBCT scan.
- PVS impression or intraoral scan.
- Diagnostic wax-up.
|Full-arch CBCT scan|
We strongly recommend making a diagnostic wax up/digital smile design for all complex cases.
You can request for this service via our 360courier software.