There are several kinds of guides. The choice of a particular kinds depends on the clinical picture.

Implant-Guide-М (Mucosa)

— the guide rests on the mucosa.

This guide is convenient in the case of anodontia and defects (extensive defects, free-end saddle, inclusive defects). Operation without incision or with minimal tilting of the mucoperiosteal flap, as well as creation of temporary dental prosthesis are possible here.

Implant-Guide-Т (Teeth)

— the guide rests on the teeth.

Used when there is absence of one or two teeth. Implantation without incision and creation of a temporary dental prosthesis are also possible here.

Implant-Guide-B (Bone)

— the guide rests on the bone.

Best area where this guide can be used: free-end saddle; inclusive defects of more than two teeth; operations with single-stage bone grafting; narrow, pointed bone crest. In most cases, additional fixing of screws is not required during operation.

Implant-Guide-ВТ (Bone+Teeth)

— the guide rests on the bone and teeth.

This guide is used in the same cases as the previous one.

Implant-Guide-МT (Mucosa+Teeth)

— the guide rests on the mucosa and teeth.

This type of guide is widely used. It allows carrying out an operation without incision. You can in advance make a temporary dental prosthesis.

You can order for a trial Implant-Guide for your patient. To do this, you need to send the CT data of that patient to our Center. Our specialists will process all the information free of charge and then create a guide. A trial guide includes a set of drills with stoppers, fixing screws and other materials and tools needed for the doctor to carry out an implant procedure.