Scan, plan, place, restore - these four well-planned steps to creating finished implants impress dentists and patients alike. Not only can the finished implant be placed perfectly after only 3 sessions, it also saves time and increases patient comfort and satisfaction.


  • You take an optical impression of the bite using CEREC and plan the prosthetic restoration using the CEREC software.
  • With a 3D X-ray scan (3D X-ray unit from Sirona), you diagnose the bone structure and integrate the prosthetic proposal into the X-ray volume and plan the implant simultaneously according to the surgical and prosthetic conditions.
  • You order the surgical guide using the software and transmit the planning data to SICAT (for the SICAT OPTIGUIDE or DIGITALGUIDE method) or produce the CEREC Guide 2 surgical guide using the CEREC milling unit within just 1 hour, directly in the practice.


  • In the second session, you place the implant using the surgical guide.
  • In the case of an immediately loaded implant, restore it directly with a CEREC temporary prosthesis.
  • If necessary, you can also create an individual abutment with CEREC in this session and incorporate it.


  • With immediately loaded implants, the temporary prosthesis is replaced with the final prosthesis.
  • With traditionally placed implants – after completion of the healing phase – you restore the implant with a temporary or final prosthesis (with CEREC) in this session.

Integrated implantology will improve your workflow and cost-effectiveness while also benefiting your patients, who will be able to count on the perfect solution from one source in the future.

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