What results does the implant X-ray show?

Implant X-rays help dentists to look at how the implant, abutment and crown fit together and make sure that there are no problems. It provides the clear view of your implant in the bone, the abutment and the crown. Possible complications like bone injuries are identified using the implant X-rays and enables your dentist to see where the nerve is located and minimise the possibility of injuring the nerve. Special X-rays are also taken before your surgery to help your surgeon to determine where your nerves and sinuses are located to avoid the risk of drilling through the jawbone into one of your sinuses.

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