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Dandy Labs Implant Surgery
Frequently asked questions
We support all major implant systems and can work with most other systems if put in contact with your implant representative (assuming the system supports guided surgery).
Implant treatment planning is the process by which a patient’s implant locations are planned using a combination of STLs (intraoral scans), and CBCT scans (3D X-Ray). This informs which implant types / sizes will be used during surgery and where they will be placed into the mouth to ensure a successful final restoration.
The final product of a treatment plan is a Surgical Guide, a 3-D printed acrylic device with titanium sleeves aligned to where the implants should be placed, which enables a safer, more accurate, and more successful surgery.
Yes! Dandy would be happy to print the surgical guide based on the guided surgery treatment plan the doctor designs.
Top-of-the-line Carbon Printers, which offer the most accurate guides.
Yes. Using Dandy’s Treatment Planning software, CBCT scans (or CT scans) are combined with a patient’s intraoral scans (STL) to create an accurate picture for implant placement.
Yes! Dandy’s Implant Surgery program is designed to support every doctor’s unique needs.
Dandy is able to support nearly all implant manufacturers for treatment planning. For less common implant manufacturers, a Dandy Treatment Planner will coordinate directly with the implant manufacturer to get the correct specs for the plan.
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