Duration: 21 minutes, 15 seconds

Author: Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic

Patient Interview Treatment Planning and Laboratory Phase for NobelGuide ModelBased Solution


– Importance of patient interview and treatment planning in dental procedures

Understanding the Patient’s Case

– Patient referral to the clinical center for advanced dental treatment – Missing tooth for 5 years and favoring the other side while smiling – Dental impact on aesthetics and functionality

Exploring Treatment Options

– Evaluation of various treatment options, including a bridge – Ruling out a bridge due to good condition of adjacent teeth – Importance of considering patient preferences

Patient Priorities

– Trust in the dentist as a priority for the patient – Patient’s desire for comfort during the treatment process – Aesthetics and durability as important factors for the patient

The Longevity and Security of Implants

– Patient’s belief that implants will provide desired longevity and security – Discussion of the benefits of dental implants – Importance of patient education regarding implant procedure

Patient Interview Process

– Gathering comprehensive medical and dental history of the patient – Discussion on expectations, concerns, and desired outcomes

Treatment Planning

– Evaluation of patient’s oral health and bone structure – Collaborative decision-making between the dentist and patient – Developing a personalized treatment plan

The NobelGuide ModelBased Solution

– Introduction to NobelGuide ModelBased Solution for dental procedures – Advantages of the NobelGuide system in treatment planning – Utilization of computer-guided implant surgery for precise placement

Laboratory Phase

– The importance of the laboratory phase in NobelGuide ModelBased Solution – Customization of dental prostheses for optimal aesthetics and functionality – Collaboration between dentists and dental technicians


– Importance of patient interview and treatment planning in achieving successful dental procedures – Meeting patient priorities through personalized treatment plans

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long does the patient interview and treatment planning process take?

– The duration varies depending on the complexity of the case. On average, it may take a few appointments to gather all the necessary information and develop a comprehensive treatment plan.

2. What are the advantages of using the NobelGuide ModelBased Solution?

– The NobelGuide system offers precise treatment planning and computer-guided implant surgery, ensuring optimal results. It enhances accuracy and provides a predictable outcome for patients.

3. How do dental implants provide longevity and security?

– Dental implants are designed to fuse with the bone, providing a sturdy foundation for dental prostheses. With proper care, implants can last a lifetime, offering stability and security similar to natural teeth.

4. Does the laboratory phase involve patient participation?

– The laboratory phase primarily involves the collaboration between dentists and dental technicians to customize dental prostheses. Patients are closely involved in the treatment planning but have minimal participation in the laboratory phase.

5. Can the NobelGuide ModelBased Solution be used for all dental procedures?

– The NobelGuide system is primarily used for implant-based solutions. However, its precision and predictability can be beneficial in a wide range of dental procedures, ensuring optimal outcomes for patients.

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