BioniQ guided surgery
In our digital implantology, we offer solutions and services for both pilot guided and fully guided surgery using the BioniQ implant system. Guided work systems can help to improve the results of any implant treatment by positioning the implant more accurately than freehand procedures. In both cases, a surgical template is used as this helps to prepare the implant osteotomy with precision.
BioniQ pilot guided surgery
Pilot guided surgery ensures that the implant is optimally positioned without increasing the time required for surgery and removes the need for the extensive range of instruments required for fully guided surgery. With pilot guided surgery, the template is only used for drilling with an S2.9 drill at the beginning of the preparation procedure. Other instruments are then used freehand, i.e. without a surgical template, according to the standard BioniQ surgical protocol. The pilot osteotomy, prepared in exactly the required direction and thanks to a drill stop at the necessary depth, guides the remaining instruments. Further preparation and insertion of the implant takes place after the template has been removed.
- Easy to use
- Minimum of instruments
BioniQ fully guided surgery
BioniQ fully guided surgery is designed for prosthetics driven individual treatment using BioniQ implants, with a surgical template guiding the precise trajectory of all instruments. It is fitted with titanium sleeves with tool stops to reach the pre-planned preparation depth. The diameter of the guide sleeves makes it possible to insert the implants without removing the surgical template. Consequently, it is even easier to place the implants in precise prosthetic positions in accordance with the plan.
- Optimisation of prosthetic space for the restoration
- Certainty in anatomically difficult situations
- A modern solution popular with patients
- BioniQ product catalog 2020 (3.13 MB)
- Terms and conditions of use of LASAK guided surgery (160.81 KB)