A complete understanding between the specialists (orthopaedist, dental technician and implantologist) is a key aspect that is compulsory for a successful implant procedure.
This is necessary in order for the surgical guide to ultimately have very accurate information that incorporates the opinions of each specialist.
In Implant-Assistant, a project presented in a uniform format is created for each patient.
All data received are consecutively transferred between Implant-Assistant modules through a single chain from – CT scan processing to – creation of a surgical guide and dental prosthesis.
After planning of operation has been completed, all the data are loaded by the last module – Implant-Assistant Guide.
Tasks performed by Implant-Assistant Guide
Its main task is to create a three-dimensional model Implant-Guide (a surgical guide).
During creation, this model takes into account all the patient’s features and the position of drills, drilling depth, etc, – all carefully planned by the doctor.
Then Implant-Assistant Guide converts the information in the surgical guide into STL format and sends it to a 3D printer for prototyping.
Implant-Guide is created within a few hours, and then titanium sleeves are molded into it.
That's it! Implant-Guide is ready for use!