First Robotic System To Drill Into Dental Sector Gets US Green Light
Neocis, an emerging company founded by an Mako Surgical alumni, has won US FDA clearance for its Yomi robotic guidance system, the first of its kind to assist dentists with dental implant procedures. The system is unique in that it offers surgeons both physical and visual guidance and the flexibility to change a preset plan during surgery.
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