Robot-Assisted Dental Surgery: The New Frontier in Implant Dentistry

ASDA Blog

Any field that requires high precision minimal invasiveness, and whose results are subject to human fatigue, can benefit from implementation of robotics systems. The robot doesn’t get tired and doesn’t get bored.

Robotic implant surgery prototype shows promise in study

Dr. Bicuspid

In a first-of-its kind study, an image-guided prototype robotic system for dental implant surgery proved more accurate than a computer-assisted dynamic navigation system for positioning implants in 3D-printed phantom jaws, according to research published June 7 in the Journal of Dentistry.

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Robot-Assisted Technology to Train Next Generation of Dentists

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

NYU Dentistry’s Robert Glickman, DMD, right, shows Huzefa Talib, BDS, MFDRCS, FFDRCSI (OSOM), DICOI, the plan that will guide the robot in placing the implant into the patient’s jawbone.

Will Tiny Robots Take Over Our Oral Hygiene?

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

The post Will Tiny Robots Take Over Our Oral Hygiene? Research from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and School of Engineering and Applied Science demonstrates that microrobots are capable of brushing and flossing the teeth.

Meet Robin, the robot in the dental treatment room

Dr. Bicuspid

Robin the robot has big, inquisitive eyes, loves to play games, and if Karén Khachikyan has his way, will one day be the standard of dental care. Khachikyan sat down with DrBicuspid.com to discuss how Robin and similar artificially intelligent robots can help put children at ease.

Dental Students Perform Robot-Assisted Implant Surgery

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

Dental students at New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry performed a robot-assisted implant surgery on May 4. Administrators at NYU College of Dentistry are working on integrating the robotic surgery system in the Doctor of Dental Surgery curriculum.

Pediatric dentists may need to improve their image interpretation

Dr. Bicuspid

Robotic implant surgery prototype shows promise in study. Some pediatric dentists didn’t perform very well when they tried to identify and detect traumatic dental injuries and problems on patients’ images, according to a small explorative study published June 20 in BMC Oral Health.

Restoration accuracy hinges on preparation design

Dr. Bicuspid

Robotic implant surgery prototype shows promise in study.

Man diagnosed with rare post-traumatic jaw aseptic necrosis

Dr. Bicuspid

Robotic implant surgery prototype shows promise in study. Imaging aided in the diagnosis of an unusual case of aseptic necrosis of the ramus lower jaw, which developed in a man who experienced midface trauma caused by a workplace fall.

Digital workflow speeds up implant-supported crowns

Dr. Bicuspid

NYU students perform robot-assisted dental implant surgery. Implant-supported crowns can be made in both fully and partially digital workflows.

Southern Calif. surgeons give patients jaw in a day

Dr. Bicuspid

Why throat cancer patients may fare better after robotic surgerySurgeons from Cedars-Sinai, a nonprofit hospital serving the Los Angeles area, and the Los Angeles Center for Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, are one of a handful of teams in the U.S.

Kids think of dentists as superheroes -- and villains

Dr. Bicuspid

Meet Robin, the robot in the dental treatment room. Are dentists superheroes or villains? It depends on who you ask. About 50% of young children perceive dentists as a type of superhero, according to a study published on April 7 in the European Journal of Oral Sciences.

New CAD preop aid could help reduce radiation exposure

Dr. Bicuspid

A new CAD-based referencing method that uses a digital dental scan could help reduce radiation exposure before craniomaxillofacial surgeries, according to a study published on February 7 in the International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery.

Did you know there's a rare tumor that mimics periodontitis?

Dr. Bicuspid

Why throat cancer patients may fare better after robotic surgery. An oral surgeon diagnosed and treated a teen with a rare vascular tumor in her mouth after a dentist and periodontist improperly treated her for periodontitis for two years.

Delaying oral cancer treatment by weeks raises death risk

Dr. Bicuspid

Why throat cancer patients may fare better after robotic surgery.

Classification of Approximal Caries in Bitewing Radiographs Using Convolutional Neural Networks

Dental News and Technology

Sensors 2021 , 21 (15), 5192; [link] (registering DOI) Received: 11 June 2021 / Revised: 21 July 2021 / Accepted: 22 July 2021 / Published: 31 July 2021 (This article belongs to the Special Issue Artificial Intelligence & Robotics in Dental Medicine ) Download PDF Citation Export Abstract Dental caries is an extremely common problem in dentistry that affects a significant part of the population.

X-Guide Dynamic Navigation Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance To Aid in Minimally Invasive Endodontic Procedures

Dental News and Technology

April 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- X-Nav Technologies, LLC, a leading creator of image-guided and robot-assisted surgical products, announced that is has received clearance from the U.S. Endodontists and patients will benefit from the advantages of more precise endodontic access LANSDALE, Pa.

Dental SEO Update: The Google My Business App Is GONE Forever!

My Social Practice

Why Did Google’s Evil Robot Get Rid Of The GMB App? We’ll never understand the evil robot’s intent. Dental SEO Update: You Now Use Google Maps & Search To Update Your Google Listing. What Happened To The GMB App?

The Advantages of the LightWalker Laser from Fotona

Denticle

Over the past weekend I was reading about the Mars Rover Perseverance and some of the experiments the NASA robotic rover will be performing. However, mine is not part of a robotic NASA experiment, but is part of my LightWalker laser system.

How YAPI Helped Me Navigate A Startup With Limited Resources

YapiApp

My heart felt at ease knowing some of the aspects I desperately needed a human to execute were taken care of by the robot that conveniently wakes up at 9 p.m. Meet Irene Iancu, RDH – YAPI Advocate and Savvy Startup Practice Owner in Toronto, Canada.

Oral Health Professionals: Meeting the Risks of COVID-19

Off the Cusp

There are many models of these sanitizers, ranging from portable and wall-mounted solutions to wands, robots, and desktop products. Off the Cusp - Patterson Dental blog. Share. Tweet. Share.

Eight Mistakes Dentists Frequently Make

Coaches Corner

This doesn’t mean a robotic script should be mindlessly vomited, but the same answer needs to be given. Eight Mistakes Dentists Frequently Make. We’re dentists just like you, so we know what it’s like. Mistakes are frequently made.

24 hours Fast Denture and Dental Implants – A Success Story

Burbank Dental Implants

This is the upper denture that was also milled out of a computer by little robotic arms. I’d like to go through an example of a case I’ve completed that really shows a life change…dentures and dental implants in one day (“teeth in a day”).

X-Guide Dynamic Navigation Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance To Aid in Minimally Invasive Endodontic Procedures

Denticle

X-Nav Technologies, LLC, a leading creator of image-guided and robot-assisted surgical products, announced that is has received clearance from the U.S. As 3D burrows more and more into the every day practice of dentistry, we are seeing more and more application development that can combine 3D with procedures that become streamlined with the ability to "see everything".