Clinical Oral Implants Research, Volume 26, Issue 10, October 2015, Pages: 1143–1149 «Accuracy of computer — guided implantation in a human cadaver model» Gustavo Yatzkaier, Alice Cheng, Stan Brodie, Eli Raviv, Barbara D. Boyan & Zvi Schwartz
The doctor places an order with our ABGuidedService software.
He then uses an intra-oral scanner to create a scan of the patient\’s mouth (A precise impression can also be taken) and sends him for a CT Scan.
Both scans are sent to A.B. Dental, using our upload link.
At ABGuidedService Center, our team of professionals merges the intra-oral scan (or scan of the model) with the CT scan to create a detailed and complete 3D imaging of the patient’s mouth: bone, teeth, gums and virtual tooth positions.
The ABGuidedService professionals can now study the patient\’s mouth, plan the ideal implant procedure and send it to the doctor for review.
This step allows the doctor to fine-tune the procedure before stepping foot in the surgery room.
With the final treatment plan completed, the ABGuide is now printed using our in-house 3D printer directly from the approved plan.
The ABGuide has colored sleeves which correspond with the color-coded drills with stoppers, controlling the drill depth.
ABGuidedService provides everything needed for the procedure: AB Guide, surgical tool kit, implants, abutments, healing caps and even a temporary restoration.
The doctor performs the implantation using the ABGuide.
Most of the work has already been done outside of the mouth and the procedure is truly simplified.
Important: ABGuidedService allows the dentist to use his knowledge and experience in the optimal way.
TYPES OF ABGUIDE
Tooth supported — With Flap or Flapless
Tooth and Gingival [Soft Tissue] — With Flap or Flapless
Gingival [Soft Tissue-Edentulous] — With Flap or Flapless