What is the Zirkonzahn Face Hunter & How Do We Use it at Our Practice?
“Hey, my name’s Larry. I’m a lab technician here at Atlanta Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. I wanna talk to you about a really cool piece of technology we have here. It is the Face Hunter from Zirkonzahn. What does it do? It takes 3D images of your face and we can load that into the software. It allows us to capture your natural head position, your lip line, your smile line, and we can load all that in so that when I’m looking at it in the computer, it’s like I’m looking directly at your face.
So, the benefit to using the Face Hunter is that we can see your smile on, we can see where the teeth need to be positioned, and that’s not something that most people do. They just have a set of models, you know, on an articulator. And, you know, a lot of things are lost in translation. Some of the benefits of using this technology is that we can design a set of teeth that matches your face, matches your bone structure. We make sure that we get, you know, adequate support for the bridge, you know, so that it’s gonna be strong and last forever. That’s the goal here is to make sure that we get the implants in the right spot. The bridge is not going to break, matches your face, your smile, everything is gonna be customized, you know, for each patient.
So, if you’re shopping around and you need to get some implants, we have the best surgeon in town, the best technology available, a great staff, and we’ll be able to give you a long-lasting predictable outcome.”
Through acquisition of state-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical technologies, we offer a more sterile and technically stronger environment in our outpatient surgery center than even most hospital settings can boast. In addition, we are one of only a few practices in the state to have an on-site laboratory staffed by trained technicians and equipped with some of dentistry’s most advanced digital and milling technology. Leveraging this technology, our oral surgeon’s and surgical team consistently achieve superior clinical outcomes through sound diagnostics, advanced guided surgery techniques, accelerated healing modalities, and high-quality fabrication of provisional restorations.
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