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The Evolution of Guided Surgery and Case Management

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The innovation in assisted implant surgery is constantly increasing. This success is due to the fact that guided surgery provides a reliable therapeutic solution. The use of these techniques is not only interesting for implant-supported rehabilitation by immediate loading but also for tissues supporting implants by insuring the best emergence profile. If we had to define all the characteristics of the ideal guide, first of all we would ask for precision: A perfect fit in the mouth, high stability and optimal drill guide for a perfect reproducibility of the drill planning. It is also necessary that the guide can be sterilized without any distortion or degradation and this is now possible with he 3D printed Ti devices. In addition, it is necessary that the guide design neither interfere with the visual inspection by the surgeon nor with the drill’s irrigation. Also the guide will not give friction on the drills and implant. The last important thing, we’ll specially focus on in this lecture is the possibility to use the fixed guide in place together with all kind of grafting procedures and soft tissue manipulation. This will allows us to have the best implant environment but also the ideal implant positioning for the best tissue stability an survival rate.

Date Added:
3/23/2017

Author(s):

Jaafar Mouhyi, DDS, PhD Jaafar Mouhyi, DDS, PhD
Dr. Jaafar Mouhyi obtained his high school Diploma in 1983 at Abou Al Abbas Sebti College in Marrakesh, Morocco, he moved to Belgium in 1984, join Free University of Br...
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Questions & Comments
Waris Patel - (4/13/2017 10:55 PM)

Thank you.Any chance of you detailing what issues you have had with this guide.

Mohammad Khandaqji223 - (3/29/2017 12:48 AM)

Thank you

Phillip Neal - (3/26/2017 1:35 PM)

Where do you get this type of guide.

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