Assessment and planning phase
The broken down tooth is assessed for adequate bone levels using a CBCT scan.
The tooth is extracted and an implant is immediately replaced in the extraction socket.
Design and milling phase
The implant is then scanned with an intraoral scanning device and imported into the computer for the design and manufacture of the crown. The computer-generated crown is then milled immediately using hard ceramic blocks and a specially designed in-house computer mill system.
The crown is then attached to the implant in your mouth.
The workflow and outcome are very beneficial to you, as you leave with a tooth that mimics your original tooth at the end of the procedure. This fast-tracks the healing time and significantly reduces the number of your visits to the dentist.