Are you preparing for dental implant surgery?
Yomi-Enabled Surgery is a state-of-the-art treatment to help you get your smile back!
Why might my dentist recommend Yomi?
Yomi patients experience a new level of care with the benefits of robotic assistance. Yomi gives your dental team important information on your teeth and jaws that helps them personalized treatment for your specific needs. The system robotically guides your dentist’s hand to achieve that plan. The technology allows the dentist to adapt the plan per their expertise and your patient care needs.
Yomi empowers your dental team to provide you with personalized, precise, enhanced patient care.
Yomi promotes a more convenient treatment experience, with fewer visits, due to a digitally guided flow. Yomi allows for same-day implants and flapless surgery for candidate patients. Yomi assists dental team in providing highly efficient treatment, for an elevated patient care experience.
Yomi Patient FAQs
What is Yomi-Enabled Surgery?
Yomi provides assistance to the dental surgeon in planning and placing your implants. Yomi provides dental surgeons with robotic guidance during surgery. This helps your dental team place your implant precisely for a natural look and feel.
Are robotic procedures new?
Robotic assistance is becoming a standard of care in medicine, used to help over one million patients every year. Yomi is the first and only system for robotic guidance for dental surgery in the United States.
Does Yomi replace my dental surgeon?
Yomi does not replace your dental surgeon. Yomi gives your dental surgeon helpful assistance. The dental surgeon holds onto and directs the Yomi instruments. Yomi combines your dental surgeon’s skill with the benefits of robotic surgery.
What can I expect with Yomi surgery?
If Yomi is right for you, your dental team will create a custom treatment plan with Yomi software. During surgery, Yomi will assist your dental surgeon. Yomi will provide important information that your dental surgeon can feel, hear and see.
What are other ways my dentist may place my dental implant?
Free-hand is the traditional technique for dental implant surgery. In free-hand surgery, the surgeon uses a hand-held instrument to place your implant. The surgeon places the implant after looking closely at your bone, gums, and nearby teeth. Exact implant placement can sometimes be challenging with free-hand surgery. Printed or milled surgical guides fit to your teeth with guide holes for the implant. Guides do not allow the surgeon to make changes to the plan during surgery. This may result in delays to complete your surgery. Sometimes surgical guides may not work well due to poor fit. This may also result in delays to complete your surgery. Guides may not be a good option for hard-to-reach areas. However, guides may make it easier to place your implants in exactly the right place. Like Yomi-Enabled Surgery, physical guides may also allow for less invasive surgery. These are some reasons surgeons may recommend guides.
The information provided herein is not meant to substitute for the in-depth consultation you should have with your dentist. Only a licensed dentist can adequately diagnose and explain your underlying condition, Yomi-Enabled Surgery, medically acceptable alternative procedures, and the potential complications and risks of any procedure and/or operation. In every case your dentist must guide you on all aspects of your surgery, including pre- and post-operative care. Individual results will vary. Yomi is not indicated for patients with no teeth.
All claims of product performance and indications for use contained within this document relate only to data submitted to and reviewed by regulatory authorities in those jurisdictions in which clearance(s) and/or approval(s) have been obtained, including the United States. No product performance claims or indications for use are made for jurisdictions in which such clearance(s) and/or approval(s) have not been obtained.
Adverse events are possible in any surgery, including Yomi surgery. Possible adverse events include, but are not limited to inaccurate implant site preparation, resulting in damage to patient anatomy, delays in surgical procedure, injury to user or patient due to unintended motion of the system, electric shock to user or patient due to electric malfunction, misuse or off label use of the system that leads to manual manipulation of the osteotomy, damage to patient anatomy, or hazard to the user.
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