Navigate Surgical Technologies: CT-Guided Dental Surgical Navigation
The percentage of dentists placing dental implants could increase substantially in the coming months and years, thanks in part to a real-time, cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) guided surgical navigation system scaled to an accessible level for a general practitioner. Inliant Clinical from Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. uses optical motion tracking to increase drilling accuracy and streamline procedure workflows.
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