Pre-operative situation. An implant is planned to replace the right upper canine which is absent.
The implant treatment is planned through software: the implant is placed virtually optimally with respect to the bone and to the future implant crown.
A surgical guide is then printed: it will guide the surgeon's drill during the intervention, so as to apply the ideal position of the implant on the patient.
A temporary abutment is screwed onto the implant.
Then a provisional crown of resin is fixed on the implant the day of the intervention.

Images of the pre and post-operative beam cone: the ideal virtual position has been correctly reported in the mouth.

3 months later, the final ceramic crown is screwed onto the implant.