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What are the advantages of 3D printing in surgery guides?

Before the 3D printed surgical guides were manufactured, special software was used to import the DICOM data of CBCT. The anatomy of the implantation area can be analyzed before surgery.

The bone mass and important tissue locations of the patient's implanted area can fully understand through the patient 3D reconstruction of patients by CT information, measure the data of important anatomical structures such as the maxillary sinus and the inferior alveolar nerve tube, and then design a surgical plan according to the specific situation. Decide on the type of flap and whether to perform bone mass surgery at the same time, compare the advantages and disadvantages of several methods to achieve the best repair effect; then perform simulated surgery, place the required type and size of implants, and observe the implantation position and Orientation, upper prosthetic space and its relationship to the maxillary and adjacent teeth.

Through such detailed and personalized preoperative planning, it is convenient for good doctor-patient communication, and the operator's ideas can be visually displayed to patients and their family members to obtain the maximum understanding and cooperation. At the same time, it also simplifies the operation and shortens the operation time to a certain extent, it reduces the technical dependence and the risk of surgery during the operation,to a certain extent, and improves the success rate of implantation.