It is the most up-to-date implantology concept, fully computer-aided, developed to place implants and provide the patient with a prosthesis in a single session.
Lotus Dental Clinic Turkey is the first and only clinic in Kusadasi to apply the Dio Navi Full Arch concept.
Who is Dio Navi Full Arch can be applied to?
It can be applied to all patients who have no teeth in their jaws or whose existing teeth will be extracted and replaced with implants (without any disease that will prevent implant construction).
How many implants are required for Dio Navi Full Arch?
Depending on the jaw structure, 4-6 implants are applied per jaw.
How is Dio Navi Full Arch different from normal systems?
Unlike all other systems, all planning in Dio Navi Full Arch is done with computer-aided artificial intelligence.
The places where the implants will be placed are decided on tomography.
Patient-specific surgical plates are produced and implant placement is ensured without error.
Wounds in normal systems are not opened for surgery, not even stitches are applied after surgery.
Surgery is performed faster and with less bleeding than traditional implant systems.
Postoperative swelling, pain and bruising are much less likely to occur.
In this system, personalized designs are made with “Digital Smile Design”, that is, digital smile design, and ideal results closest to the golden ratio are provided.
How long will I be toothless with this technique?
In Dio Navi Full Arch, the patient is immediately loaded with a fixed prosthesis in the same session in which the implants are placed. Thanks to this concept called “Immediate Loading”, the patient will never be toothless. In as little as 2 days, the patient can return to his/her daily life.
How many sessions will the whole treatment process take?
Full Arch processes, which take 8-9 sessions in traditional systems, are reduced to 4 sessions in Dio Navi Full Arch.
After the 1st examination at Lotus Dental Clinic, if the patient meets the appropriate conditions, a detailed examination is performed by Maxillofacial Surgeon Dr. Erdem Kaya and in the first session, tomography for digital planning and production, three-dimensional (3D) intraoral scanning and photographs for smile design are taken,
In the 2nd session, implant placement and temporary fixed prosthesis loading is performed,
In the 3rd session, an intraoral impression is taken with three-dimensional (3D) intraoral scanners for a permanent fixed prosthesis,
In the 4th session, a permanent fixed prosthesis is loaded.
In addition to being a comfortable treatment, it is also a treatment concept preferred by patients living in different cities or abroad because it is completed in a shorter time.