Pikos Symposium 2019
Orchestration of Static Guided Surgery, Dynamic Navigation & Guided Prostheses for Complete Arch Rehabilitation
The computer guided implant surgery and the X-Guide Navigation system introduces a novel minimally invasive concept in the treatment of total edentulous and terminal dentition patients, with new perspectives based on bone graftless rehabilitation and low morbidity implant surgery. Moreover, the novel DTX digital platform can embed all the diagnostic information obtained from CBCT as well as extra and intra oral optical surface scanning, allowing a novel digital pathway based on facially driven virtual diagnostic waxing, prosthetically driven surgical plan, digitally printed surgical template, and immediate fabrication of implant-supported screw-retained interim restorations.
• Understand the benefits and disadvantages of using digitally guided surgery and prosthetics techniques
• Gain knowledge on the different clinical indication of CAD/CAM template guided implant surgery and x-guide navigation implant surgery
• Manage the soft tissue interface in order to enhance the clinical outcome over time