Nowadays, computer-guided Guided surgery is an implant treatment technique that includes the following steps: diagnosis, planning, and positioning. The surgery for implant placement using stereolithographic templates is keeping popularity among clinicians and patients. The benefits of this surgical protocol are its minimally invasive nature, the accuracy of implant placement, predictability, less post-surgical discomfort, and reduced time required for definitive rehabilitation.
AoN Implants aim to provide the benefit for the Professional, for the Practice and the Patient, this benefit originates from the opportunity to plan the surgery working with complete 3D views of patients’ radiographic images and prosthetic anatomy and by this means to make a precise assessment of the size and the final seating of the dental implant also depending on the prosthetic study outcome using surgical guides that are able of guiding implant sitting based on such planning.
AoN Implants Software-based planning and fabrication of the surgical template (open system approach). Software-based planning permits for dental implants to be planned virtually within the planning software. When completed successfully, the case plan is sent to the surgical guide maker. The software company may proceed as the surgical guide maker, or the dental laboratory may fabricate the surgical guide depending on the software concept used. In this step, the surgical guide maker ensures the compatibility with the AoN Implants guided instruments by utilizing AoN Implants sleeves for guided surgery positioned according to AoN Implants parameters.