Advanced surgical technology plays a big role in our practice. While we’re experts in all the treatments we offer, we know that the assistance of state-of-the-art technologies can enhance your experience with us and provide more predictable and long-lasting outcomes. Our advanced surgical technology in Gahanna and Upper Arlington, OH aids in personalized treatment planning, precision surgeries, and more accelerated healing after treatment. At Ellis Oral Surgery, you won’t have to hope for the highest quality surgical care—you can expect it.
Advanced surgical technology has provided some of the greatest benefits for Columbus, OH patients needing dental implants. Our treatment protocols include 3D imaging with CBCT machines, digital impression-taking with a 3Shape TRIOS® intraoral scanner, virtual treatment planning for surgery and restorations, in-house 3D printing of custom surgical guides, and guided implant surgery. All this technology combined with the expertise of our board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons results in unparalleled surgical precision and outstanding clinical results for our patients.
CBCT imaging provides highly detailed 3D images of the mouth, including the teeth, nerves, sinuses, and quality and quantity of bone. We use these precise images to aid in treatment planning for all our surgeries.
Digital scanners take photorealistic images of the teeth, without the need for messy conventional impressions. We use our 3Shape scanner to take digital impressions of the teeth for planning treatments like dental implants.
Digital implant planning software helps with more precise and prosthetically-driven treatment planning. We use our digital implant studio to plan surgery and design custom surgical guides to maximize functional and aesthetic outcomes.
Digital printers make treatment more streamlined and efficient while maintaining superior quality. We use our Form 2 technology to print our surgical guides in-house that we’ll use for highly precise implant surgery.
Plasma rich in growth factors (PRGF) is derived from the patient’s own blood and used to promote healing after surgery. We use PRGF to accelerate recovery and to help your body regenerate new soft tissue and bone growth after treatment.