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Autonomous robotic implant surgery system potential alternative in dental implant surgery
An autonomous robotic implant surgery system can be a potential alternative in dental implant surgery suggests a new study published in the Journal of Dentistry.This study aimed to investigate the accuracy of the autonomous robotic computer-assisted implant surgery (r-CAIS) for single-tooth implant placement.Patients with a single missing tooth were enrolled for the autonomous robotic...
An autonomous robotic implant surgery system can be a potential alternative in dental implant surgery suggests a new study published in the Journal of Dentistry.
This study aimed to investigate the accuracy of the autonomous robotic computer-assisted implant surgery (r-CAIS) for single-tooth implant placement.
Ten patients with single dental implant placement were enrolled. No adverse surgical events and postoperative complications (i.e., infection and early implant failure) were reported.
The autonomous robotic implant surgery exhibited a mean overall coronal deviation of 0.74 mm , a mean overall apical deviation of 0.73 mm , and an angular deviation of 1.11° , respectively.
The high accuracy of autonomous r-CAIS technology in single-tooth implant placement was attributed to the control of the angular deviation and axial errors.
The main findings of this study provide significant evidence to support the autonomous robotic implant surgery system as a potential alternative in dental implant surgery.
Shuo Yang, Jiahao Chen, An Li, Ke Deng, Ping Li, Shulan Xu, Accuracy of autonomous robotic surgery for single-tooth implant placement: A case series, Journal of Dentistry, Volume 132, 2023,104451,ISSN 0300-5712,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdent.2023.104451. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0300571223000386)
Dr. Shravani Dali has completed her BDS from Pravara institute of medical sciences, loni. Following which she extensively worked in the healthcare sector for 2+ years. She has been actively involved in writing blogs in field of health and wellness. Currently she is pursuing her Masters of public health-health administration from Tata institute of social sciences. She can be contacted at email@example.com.