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Exam 2: Guided Implant Surgery (GIS)
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What are the indications for GIS?
Implants in tight spaces, multiple implants, close to anatomical structures
What are the limitations of GIS?
1. Need patient to open wider
2. Extra time/money
3. Need for surgical decisions to make guides
4. Need for technology (CBCT, design software, 3D printers)
5. Need for training
There are 2 types of guided systems:
Static & dynamic
______________ guides are custom stents made for each individual patient based on planned implant placement. There are different levels of guidance and the stents can be fabricated in a lab or in office.
What is a limitation of a static guide?
Limited info on underlying bone (prosthetically driven)
There are 3 types of static guides:
Tooth supported (most accurate), mucosa supported, bone supported (least accurate)
What type of guide uses navigation systems and robotics to provide real-time interactive guidance during implant placement?
T or F: Dynamic guides are more effective than static guides.
False; Their success rates are similar and neither is superior.
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