Guided surgery for dental implants is a minimally invasive technique in which the risks are lower than in conventional surgery. It represents the greatest advance in surgery and its greatest advantage is its predictability (from planned to intraoperative).

This surgery involves pre-planning using software specifically designed for this type of technique. With the help of 3D software, the ideal position and size for each dental implant is studied virtually according to the most suitable areas of the jaw.
Subsequently, this data is transferred to a 3D printed biocompatible resin with rings with the direction and depth at which the implants are to be placed. At the time of surgery, the implant will be placed according to the guide, thus achieving almost absolute precision.

This, in combination with the fibrin-rich plasma (PRF), gives us an almost null postoperative period.

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Steps we follow

Customized study

3D Planification

3D guided printing

Implant placement


Advantages of guided surgery

Guided surgery is a technique in which implants can be placed without incisions or sutures.
The implants are placed with the support of a personalised surgical splint made with the predetermined position of the implants, which we have previously decided on the three-dimensional reproduction of the bone in our computer.

This technique reduces discomfort and increases safety, and patients continue with their normal life without needing long recovery periods.
Guided surgery also has prosthetic advantages. We can have the prosthesis prepared before the surgery is performed, and thus place it in the same session (immediately loaded implant).

This technique is carried out with the harmonious collaboration of the entire surgical and prosthetic team.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Using the 3D intraoral scanner and CBCT radiography, we obtain a high quality image of the different tissues in the patient’s oral cavity. All this information is then transferred to the computer to plan the intervention using CAD/CAM software, which is used to design a guide that is used to minimise the incidences in the surgery.

The implant-guided surgery procedure facilitates a much faster recovery. In most cases, the incision required to place the implant is minimal, so it does not require stitches in the gum.

By this we mean that we know exactly where the implant is to be placed as we have previously scanned the oral cavity where the operation is to be performed.

Héctor Fernández-Baca Suárez

Specialist in Periodontics, Surgery, Implants, Rehabilitation and TMJ. Course in Dental Aesthetics

Javier Fernández-Baca Suárez

Expert Master's Degree in Dental Aesthetics and Oral Rehabilitation - Specialist in TMJ. Course in surgery, implants and digital dentistry. ​

Héctor Fernández-Baca Ramos

Master's degree in Endodontics from Harvard University.
He has more than 35 years of experience and is a reference in his field.​


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