The use of digital technologies for the optimisation of implant treatment sequences will soon replace conventional processes. Take advantage of the benefits these new processes offer you and your patients, and tailor your treatment processes to keep up with these changes. Work with us:
fast – safe – predictable.
With regard to quality, long-term stability and aesthetics, prosthetics have reached a peak level that is difficult to achieve with conventional methods. Now, the digital workflow offers dentists a safe and secure way to meet patients’ needs, which have increased correspondingly.
In addition to the significant reduction in time needed for treatment, the practitioner benefits from a foreseeable and stress-free course of treatment. Implant planning based on three-dimensional recordings and template-guided interventions allows for predictable treatment and rapid prosthetic usability.
Depending on your location and the technical equipment available in your practice and laboratory, we offer several solutions. At what point do you want to enter the digital value chain? We can help you at any time.
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A planning software is needed to define the implant position, for the subsequent surgical guide production. The adjacent softwares contain the exact dimensions of the BEGO Semados® implants, as well as the accompanying BEGO Guide trays and BEGO Guide Master sleeves, needed for a safe and precise handling in the Implant surgery.
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If you don’t have an own planning software, you can also order a surgical guide from independent planning centers or your dental lab. In this case just ask them for one of the softaware solutions mentioned above. Our original master sleeves are available for sale in almost every market.
The data for the planned implant positions is used for the surgical guide production. The use of the BEGO Guide master sleeves and the provision of the printed drilling protocol enables the user to prepare implant sites with the preparation instruments on the BEGO Guide tray. Optionally, the implants can be inserted through the surgical guide.
After the completion of the implant planning, the coordinates of the implant positions can serve as the basis for the production of a CAD/CAM provisional restoration. Depending on your location, Software and Digital Workflow, the implant coordinates can be forwarded e.g. to BEGO Medical’s Scanning and Design Center, where a design proposal for a prosthetic construction or a bridge/ crown based on an adhesive base is made. After approval of the proposal by the dentist and the dental technician, the restoration enters into the production stage.
Digital impression taking
Immediately after the implantation or after the osseointegration period, the accurate implant position must be transferred to the master model. Using an intraoral scanner, the digital can replace the classic analogue impressiontechnique. The implant-specific CAD positioner (made of Titanium Grade 4), with its defined shape, serves as a reference, providing the exact orientation of the implant and its vertical height.
The data from the intraoral scanning, paired with the data of the model analogue, which has been saved in the modelling software, is used as a basis for a 3D printed master model. The BEGO Semados® analogue models are inserted into the model after printing, and then precisely locked in place. In the same way, the antagonist can also be scanned and printed.
CAD – “Computer Aided Design”
The design of an abutment, a bridge or a bar construction is made using software solutions that are based on different data formats (3Shape / Exocad).
For further information on the corresponding material data libraries, please visit www.bego.com
CAM – “Computer Aided Manufacturing”
The manufacture of a prosthetic restoration can be both, central or location- independent. The high-tech central pro- duction facility in Bremen, works with original data of the BEGO Semados® system, to create single and two-part abutments, as well as bridges, at the implant level. Location-independent solutions work on original geometries of an adhesive base and with premilled abutment blanks.