The Capital Center for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the first and only Dental Image Guided Surgical Center in the Washington DC area that offers all types of Image Guided Surgery.
Image guided surgery uses virtual x-ray vision, our low radiation dose three dimensional x-ray machine, to implement our virtual surgical plans in real time. This makes surgery less painful and safer because we can make our incisions smaller and more accurately. Accuracy equals safety. Small incisions equals less pain. Dr. Emery is one of the developers of the X-Guide. X-Guide uses an in office GPS system of the mouth to place implants more comfortably, accurately, and affordably. It can also be used for image guided third molar extractions and image guided removal of cysts and tumors. We also use passive image guided implant surgery including Anatomage™, Navigator™, NobelGuide™ and Simplant™.
Guided Surgery. Every Patient. Every Time.
Dr. Emery is a visionary in the field, an innovator who helped develop the transformational technology X-Guide. His practice, The Capital Center for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the first Dental Image Guided Surgical Center in the Washington DC area. His practice offers all types of Image Guided Surgery.
A revolutionary approach to oral surgery.
Dynamic Image Guided Surgery (Stereotactic Surgery) is a new and exciting field of dental surgery. It was pioneered in medicine, used by neurosurgeons and other surgical specialties to allow the surgeon to virtually see into their patient in real-time while operating. This allowed the surgeon to guide the instruments to accurate locations using computer technology.
The results are less pain and faster recovery for every patient, every time.
The X-Guide is the newest and most advanced FDA approved system for placing dental implants. X-Guide is used to place dental implants, perform sinus elevations for dental implants, perform root shield procedures for dental implants and place implants in the patient for immediate loading of edentulous patients.
For more information on Guided Surgery, contact our office in Washington, D.C. at (202) 386-7100.