Robotic Implant

Robotic Implant

A robotic implant, also known as a surgical guide, is an implant method that is applied without lifting the gingiva in cases that the patient loses one or more teeth. Since it is a procedure that does not require stitches, the recovery time after the application is minimized.

How is the robotic implant applied?

  • At the first appointment, a 3-dimensional tomography of the patient is taken. This tomography is examined in the 3D implant program and the patient's bone structure, bone volume, and bone quality are determined.
  • The virtual alignment and position of the implant to be made are determined by a special computer program. This determination, performed in a computer environment, helps the procedure to be performed at the right angle and at the right diameter without contacting the patient's veins and nerves.
  • As a result of all this simulation, a surgical guide compatible with the patient's mouth is produced. The biggest advantage of this system is that the planning made with the 3D program is highly likely to reveal the implant suitable for the patient's jaw structure without applying it to the patient.

Thanks to the robotic implant, the doctor may not have to cut the gingiva and see the bone for the treatment. In traditional implant treatments, the doctor cuts the gingiva to reach the bone and can follow a treatment path by looking at the bone. With the robotic implant, all the detailed information from the location of the nerves to the bone thickness can be obtained instantly, so that appropriate treatment can be performed. The system, which provides safe and fast implant treatment, can prevent bleeding and discomfort caused by incorrect implant application.

What are the advantages of robotic implant application?

  • Implant time can be greatly reduced. 
  • With robotic implant technology, implant positioning can be done accurately. 
  • Bleeding, pain, and swelling may be seen for a short time after surgery. 
  • There may be no need for stitches in the patient's mouth.Recovery time may be faster.

What is the robotic implant healing process like?

The recovery time of treatments applied with the robotic implant method may be shorter compared to traditional implant methods. As the robotic implant method guides the dentist, it helps the surgery continue just as planned. In this way, it can minimize the problems that the patient may experience after the procedure.

It helps to reduce the likelihood and duration of complications such as bleeding, pain, and swelling. Since it is a method that does not require stitches, it can reduce the possibility of pain or suffering during the healing process of the patient.


Robotic Implant

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