Digital Guide Implant : The Studies
An evaluation about a gentleman who had a guided implant surgery simplifies implant placement procedures and provides optimal clinical outcomes.The gentleman had a gastric bypass surgery and was required to have a Gastric Bypass drain inserted into his large stomach. The surgery was completed successfully, except for one required deviation at the apex of his stomach where an implant was prematurely placed. A digital assistant guided the implant placement follow-through and prevented this deviation from impairing the patients experiences during the follow-up period.
A research about a patients experience with guided implant surgery showed that the procedure simplified the implant placement procedures and resulted in better clinical outcomes. The study was conducted on a patient with a complicated congenital defect and required multiple operations to correct it. The study results showed that during theguided implant surgery, there were some anomalies found at the apex of the defect and suggest that further optimization of the process may be necessary in order to achieve superior results.
An article about the discrepancy between planning and execution of an immediate full-arch prosthetic rehabilitation guided by a digital workflow found that there was some discrepancy in the planned and executed rehabilitation. The planned intervention resulted in the early loss of function in one patient, while the executed intervention resulted in a moreiciency-based restoration that improved overall function for this patient.
A research about the discrepancy between planning and execution of a full implant-retained fixed prosthetic rehabilitation was conducted. It found that the plan was significantly different from the actual execution. The discrepancy can be traced to the different anticipated needs and expected results which were notbalanced in terms of resources.
A research about computer-assisted implant planning and guidance was done between 2006 and 2015. The study showed that computer-assisted implant placement is more accurate and reliable than traditional surgical methods. Computerized implanted aortic aneurysm patency monitoring has also been shown to be a valuable tool for implant placement.
A study about the accuracy of computer-assisted dental implant placement has been conducted. Compared to traditional implant surgical guides, computer-assisted implant surgical guides can be considered for positioning implants in the final prosthesis. The guides can be easily fabricated with personal manufacture and can have better accuracy.
A journal about implant placement by using conventional freehand and surgical guide methods, together with a dental navigation system, was conducted to compare their accuracy. The study found that the conventional freehand method generally resulted in better placement than any of the other methods. Additionally, the dental navigation system generally achieved better accuracy than either of the other methods.
A paper about implant placement in the esthetic area was conducted. The study looked at the accuracy of computer-planned implant placement in the esthetic area. This was done to test the diagnostictherapeutic accuracy of this method.
An article about the use of digitalization in surgical guides for prosthetic Implants before Orthodontic Treatment found that the use of this technology allowed clinicians to plan the position of dental implants in orthodontic patients treated with aligners in the beginning of their orthodontic treatment, instead of waiting until the end of orthodontic. This study found that this technique decreased dentist time spent on patient care and improved the quality of patient outcomes.
A review about the accuracy of radiographs with cone beam computed tomography when placing orthodontic mini-implants was conducted. Two-dimensional radiographs with conebeam computed tomography were compared to determine the accuracy of implant placement. The study found that the implant placement accuracy was better in the images using cone beam computed tomography than in those without it.
An article about the reproducibility of the drilling access of digitalized surgical guides generated via three different implant planning software programs was conducted. Several software programs are widely used in implant treatments, but there has been no evidence of how different software programs affect the accuracy of static surgical guides used for implant placement. Thus, in this study, certain software programs were compared to analyze their effects on guide accuracy. The study found that the accuracy of static surgical guides varied significantly from program to program. Some programs resulted in inaccurate guide positions, while others caused accurate guide positions to be achieved more often than not.
A study about the use of a computer-guided implant rehabilitation by using a templates has been conducted. This study was done to assess the feasibility of this technology for treatment of implant mismatches in dentistry. The study found that using templates results in a reduction in the number of surgery complications and a more accurate implant position.
An evaluation about the accuracy of a traditional planning workflow for static guided implant surgery was conducted. Through this study, it was found that an accurate protocol could be easily established by incorporating digital tools into the workflow. By doing so, the accuracy of surgical techniques could be improved and patients could receive better care.
An inquiry about the use of digital and conventional treatments for mouth implant rehabilitation found that the use of CAD/CAM technology for implants produced better results than traditional treatment methods. The study found that the use of digital treatment allowed for more accurate placement of the implant, which resulted in improved cosmetic results.
A review about the accuracy of digital guide plates used in the implant surgery of anterior teeth has been conducted. Fifty patients who were scheduled to receive implant restoration treatment in anterior teeth were enrolled in the study. They were divided into five groups according to their severity of pain and w denture type. Each patient was given a set of guide plates with different precision levels. In group 1, the precision was lower than average. In group 2, the precision was higher than average. Group 3 had the lowest accuracy level while group 4 had the highest accuracy level. The fifth group had the best precision level which was lower then average. Based on this study, it can be said that there is a great variation in accuracy levels among digital guide plates and this can impact the accuracy of implant restoration treatments.
A paper about virtual planning software for guided implant surgery has been conducted in order to improve the accuracy and efficiency of the process. Five commercial systems have been used for this purpose, and it was found that some of them are better than others. The study found that the Cesarean section procedure was more difficult with one of these systems, but the other four systems were more accurate.
A journal about implant surgery supporting mandibular overdentures in edentulous patients was conducted to find out the clinical outcomes. Patients were transported to a clinic for the surgery by car. After arrival, they were grouped according to their oral hairstyles. Those with a receding gingival line and tongue recession kit were randomized into two groups; the first group had implants put under their molars while the second group did not have these tools. The study found that those with implants put under their molars had better long-term outcomes than those who did not have them. The study also found that the group who did not have transplants had worse long-term outcomes than the group who had them.
A study about dental implants has been conducted in Beagle dogs. The aim of this experiment was to assess the Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) and implant stability (ISQ) around two dental implants with different macrogeometries. Out of eighty-eight dental implants, forty-eight were placed within six Beagle dogs. The Macrogeometry of Dental Implants Influence Guided Bone Regeneration in Buccal Bone Defects? histomorphometric and biomechanical analysis was conducted in these experiments. It was shown that the Macrogeometry of Dental Implants Affect GUID BGR Around Two Dental Implant Macrotypes With Different Geometrics. The results showed that the Macrogeometry of Dental Implants Affect GUID BGR Around Two Dental Implant Macrotypes With Different Geometrics, Meaning That When These Implants Are Placed In A Well-to-Good Health Dog, There is A Thin Line Between gaugeBGR And StabilityThe study also found that when both the implant macrotypes were placed on the same side of a dog's mouth, gaugeBGR substantively decreased on one side while it increased on the other side compared to when only one macrotype was used. Overall,.