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Navigated surgery in implantology

 Dynamic Navigated Surgery

Navigated surgery

Dynamic Navigated Surgery has been incorporated as another tool to revolutionize implantology and help professionals navigate the future.

Dynamic Navigated Surgery allows 100% accurate and safe digital surgical procedures to be carried out instantly without making splints. It stands out for its dynamism and versatility and is suitable for any case: partial or total edentulous, flapless surgeries, or surgeries with regenerations. 
The digital era has been a reality in our society for years, the industry has realized this, and more and more technologies are emerging and are here to stay. These advances undoubtedly aim to improve the quality of treatments and make our tasks more manageable. However, many "timid" professionals still do not embark on the "Digital Adventure," either because of fear of investment or mistrust. The important thing is to ask ourselves: do we want to be pioneers and incorporate these technologies to differentiate ourselves and offer better treatments? Or, once this technology is consolidated and widespread, will we include it, thus being years behind and without differentiating ourselves? 

Fear is legitimate and respectable but a barrier to evolution and innovation. 

What if I told you that in implant surgery, it is possible to treat a patient using digital processes from diagnosis to treatment, guided by navigation, seeing the path of our drills live, and being much more precise and faster? Is this the future? 

Well, the truth is that dynamic guided surgery is an exciting field of dental surgery, the development and evolution of this powerful tool continue, and below, we will see all the features, advantages, and protocols of this incredible technology that many have incorporated into their dental office and whose benefit is enormous.
When treating a patient with implants, there are many factors to consider. It is not just a question of seeing the available bone in a radiological test, memorizing it, and trying to carry out the surgical procedure guided by our mind. We must keep many factors under control; therefore, many errors can arise if our diagnosis and treatment plan are not well thought out. 

Digital dentistry and, more specifically, digital implantology have developed enormously in recent years, but a part of the "digital circle" was not completely closed. 

We diagnose and plan digitally, but the problem arises regarding treatment. 

How can all this meticulous and precise preliminary work be translated into the surgical act? Doing it freehand, undoubtedly, does not allow us to be as predictable as we would like and often causes headaches afterward in terms of the prosthetic phase

We know that the most critical thing nowadays for the success of a good implantology treatment is the correct 3D position of the implant. With our knowledge and means, it is unacceptable that a properly trained person needs to place an implant correctly; training in this field is critical. 

Can we imagine a neurosurgeon operating freehand? Clearly NOT. This is why dynamic navigated surgery has emerged as one of the tools available to help us be more precise. Inspired by neurosurgical treatments, the surgeon "virtually" sees his patient as he operates and "guides" his instruments to exact locations in real time