3D Printing for Dental Procedures at Admira

When it comes to understanding and developing the specifics of an effective dental procedure, few things help like a detailed and accurate visual representation of the guest's mouth. Now, thanks to impressively advanced 3D printing technology, we can actually take an impression of your mouth and create a fully three-dimensional model, as well as surgical guides to aid in the placement of implants, right here in our office. This is just one of the ways that we’re committed to offering our guests the highest level of procedural technology available, and gives us the ability to create treatment plans for procedures like dentures with an unmatched level of precision and customization.

If you’re interested in learning more about how we can 3D print a perfect impression of your mouth, and how this can help us craft a treatment plan that effectively guides you to complete and total oral wellness, simply reach out to our Jacksonville location and set up your consultation with a dedicated member of our team today.

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How Does 3D Dental Printing Help Me?

Believe it or not, creating a 3D printed model of a guest's mouth before a procedure like oral surgery or dentures helps both the guest and the oral surgeon in equal measure. In terms of your surgeon’s work, the presence of an accurate 3D model serves as a highly detailed surgical guide, giving them the ability to create a surgical plan that is precisely tailored to the specifics of your mouth and jaw.

During your consultations, as you’re going through the details of your procedure with your surgeon, the 3D model will enable us to show you exactly what you can expect from your upcoming surgery. This helps to eliminate a lot of the anxiety and uncertainty that can come along with looking forward to a dental procedure.

How 3D Dental Printing Works

The procedure is quite quick and easy, thanks to the presence of a machine right here in our office for 3D printing in Jacksonville. Taking an impression of your mouth will be done digitally whenever possible, and there is no pain or discomfort associated with this procedure whatsoever. The basic process looks something like this:

  • A digital impression of your entire mouth will be taken.
  • This will be used to create a 3D digital model, using our computer.
  • The digital model is sent to our 3D printer, which creates a fully detailed representation of your mouth.
  • This model will be used to plan your procedure and show you exactly what you can expect.
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Highly Trained. Extensively Experienced.Admira Dentistry

Led by Dr. Julio Sixto, the team here at Admira Dentistry is proud to offer you an unmatched level of both skill and training. Dr. Sixto has been awarded fellowship status with the International Congress of Oral Implantology and is continuing his education at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. This gives you the ability to enjoy total peace of mind and as you look forward to incredible results in a relaxing and luxurious atmosphere.

Our goal is to guide you to a place of total oral health in a way that contributes to your overall systemic wellness, for a perfect balance between beauty and health.

Bringing You the Latest Technology

Here at Admira Dentistry, we understand that few things make a dental procedure more effective and worry-free than the use of the absolute latest in next-generation technology. From cone beam imaging to full 3D models of guests’ mouths, our office is committed to technology that helps us operate with an unmatched level of precision and efficacy. 

If you’re interested in learning more about how 3D dental printing in St. Augustine can help you, simply reach out to us and set up your consultation with a member of our team today.

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