Leggi come vengono usati SimPlant, le guide chirurgiche SurgiGuide ed il sistema SAFE nella pratica clinica.
Immediate loading treatment protocol
A simple approach to place implants and give your patient a fixed prosthesis immediately.
Bone Reduction Guide
Placing implants when the bone is limited could require bone grafting or bone remodelling before implant insertion. In this case study, bone remodelling is selected for a patient with an edentulous mandible that has a crest with a 'pyramid' morphology classified as a Misch B-w Division bone.
Using real 3D images for aesthetic implant surgery
In this case the 3D images were necessary because 2D images didn't suggest that any problem could occur in this apparent easy case.
Integrating SurgiGuide with the SAFE drills and Nobel Replace Tapered drills for the implant treatment of a partially edentulous maxilla
The advantage of using multiple tooth supported SurgiGuide drill guides provides the possibility of integrating other systems. Since fixation screws are not necessary, the surgeon can repeatedly verify the correct position, depth and angulation of the prepared sites during surgery and can raise a flap in case it is necessary.
Placing implants close to the alveolar nerve relying on 3D images and drill guides
Trauma of the alveolar nerve at implant insertion is a disaster not only for the patient and the clinician, but affects the public opinion on implant dentistry. This case shows that using interactive planning software based on CT images reduces the risk of complications substantially. What is an advantage for both patient and clinician.
Immediate loading of mandibular implants
Immediate loading of mandibular implants in a case with bleeding tendency using the mucosal supported SurgiGuide drill guides
State of the art The topic of implants immediately put in function is very hot today. It seems that there is a lack of information about immediately loaded implants. What is possible, and what is still a dream?
Extra-oral Implant Placement
CT-based Planning for Extra-oral Implant Placement Using Customised Drill Guides
Evaluating bone defects and simulating corrections
This case report describes the use of the SimPlant planning software and stereolithographic models for evaluation of bone defects and simulation of the possible onlay bone graft corrections.
Edentulous ridge (Dr. Sarment)
Case represented by Dr. Sarment, University of Michigan, MI, USA
The Use of Implant Simulation in Prosthetic Rehabilitation of a Class II Maxilla*
The patient had totally edentulous maxilla for more than 20 years. It was the desire of the patient to have a stable and retentive prosthetic reconstruction without prior surgical intervention.
Dr. Gamboa and the Hidden Tooth
A fully edentulous patient presented to his office and based on clinical examination and panographic radiographs, Dr. Gamboa decided this patient would be an ideal candidate for bilateral sinus graft and ridge augmentation. After consultation with Dr. Carl Misch, it was decided that prior to the ridge augmentation, a bone harvest surgery from the patient's hip would be necessary. Patient and clinician both looked forward to a successful surgery with lasting results. Protocol at the Misch Institute requires that treatment planning for each implant case must be based on data derived from a CT scan converted into a SimPlant study.
SurgiGuide Assures Accuracy
The treatment plan was to place fourteen maxillary and six mandibular implants to restore functionality and pleasing aesthetics for the patient.
Implant placement on the narrow maxillary ridge
A 46-year-old woman requested to have implants placed to support her partly edentulous ridge. Upon examination we found that there was a very thin maxillary ridge, at some points not more than 3 mm in thickness of bone. Therefore a technique had to be applied to place implants in the areas where there was enough bone and to angle them precisely to avoid bone dehiscence. SimPlant was used to simulate the implant placement.
SurgiGuide drill guides and Osteotomes (Dr. Rasmy Shahnavaz)
A combination of two tools for a successful surgery A straight osteotome can be used directly through the SurgiGuide resulting in a better guidance and control. This technique has been used successfully several times since the case described below.