Enhance Your All-on-4® Dental Implant Journey with Facial Scanning

Facial Scanners for dental implant procedures
  • August 17, 2023

In recent years, significant advancements in dental technology have transformed the field of implant dentistry, making procedures more efficient and patient-centric. Among these groundbreaking innovations is the introduction of facial scanning at Stubbs Dental Implant Center. This state-of-the-art device not only brings a sense of excitement but also holds the potential to revolutionize the accuracy and speed of delivering All-on-4®/All-on-X prosthetics. By leveraging the incredible precision and versatility of the face scanner, the team at Stubbs Dental can better visualize patients' unique facial structures, leading to personalized treatment plans that cater to their specific needs.

Enhanced Visualization for Precise Treatment Planning:

The RayFace scanner is a cutting-edge imaging tool that enables comprehensive visualization of a patient's oral and facial structures. By capturing high-resolution, 3D images, this device provides a detailed view of the teeth, jawbone, soft tissues, and overall facial anatomy. This enhanced visualization capability allows the dental team at Stubbs Dental to precisely evaluate the patient's bone density, anatomical landmarks, and occlusion. With this wealth of information at their disposal, our clinicians can plan and execute All-on-X prosthetic treatments with unprecedented accuracy.

Tailored Treatment Approach:

One of the primary advantages of the scanner is its ability to create digital models that replicate the patient's facial structure with remarkable precision. These digital models serve as a foundation for designing and fabricating custom All-on-X dental implant prosthetics. By considering the patient's unique facial features, such as the shape of their jawline, lips, and overall facial proportions, the dental team can craft prosthetics that not only restore function but also harmonize with the patient's natural aesthetics.

Efficient Workflow and Improved Patient Experience:

Traditionally, the process of creating All-on-X prosthetics involved numerous steps, including manual impressions, model fabrication, and adjustments. However, with the integration of the scanner, Stubbs Dental can streamline this process significantly. The scanner captures precise digital impressions, eliminating the need for messy and uncomfortable traditional impressions. The digital models can be easily stored, shared, and manipulated, enabling seamless communication and collaboration between the dental team and the dental laboratory. Ultimately, this streamlined workflow translates into reduced treatment time and improved patient experience.

Accelerated Delivery of All-on-X Prosthetics:

By harnessing the power of the scanner, Stubbs Dental can accelerate the delivery of All-on-X prosthetics without compromising on accuracy. Detailed digital models allow for efficient and precise planning, leading to fewer adjustments during the fabrication process. Furthermore, the digital workflow facilitates seamless communication between the dental team and the dental laboratory, reducing the turnaround time for the final prosthetic restoration. This improved efficiency benefits patients, as they can experience the life-changing benefits of All-on-X prosthetics in as little as 8 weeks.

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