Dental implants have become the most frequently recommended choice to replace missing teeth today. Published studies confirm that when dental implant treatment is performed correctly, 10-year implant survival and success rates can be ranging from 34.9% to 100% 1-4. Clinical examination is very vital to the range of the big variation in the success rate. Despite the latest development, towards an ultimately digital dental implant therapy workflow with the use of robotic assistance. But still until this date, during the first visit [clinical examination] a simple ruler or a caliper is used to determine the spaces available for implant placement. Since 1982 [Toronto Osseointegration Conference springboard dental implantology out of an era of unpredictable and often short-lived treatment outcomes based upon limited research, to one that is evidence-based and predictable] that has not been updated with a technology to enhance the experience between the doctors and patient. When it comes to diagnosis visit the clinician uses a ruler or a caliper to evaluate the potential implant sites for interdental and interocclusal space. This device enables quick and accurate decision making with accuracy of 0.1 mm. Due to inherent inaccuracies in measuring intraorally with a device [ruler] with 1mm lines an impression [a mold] is made to measure them extra orally. The impression is poured in stone with an average 4 hours setting time and only then its ready for evaluation. However, this item due to its premeasured required dimensions can enable the doctor to immediately decide, yes or no, while the patient is in the dental chair.
Date- 23th June, 2023 | 8PM IST
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