NobelGuide™ - prosthetic-driven planning.
Combining information about the envisioned prosthesis (represented by the radiographic guide) and 3D radiographic data,dental professionals are in full control of relevant parameters necessary for determining the optimal implant position in a virtual environment.
Biomechanical, functional and esthetic demands, as well as the quantity and quality of bone at the selected site, are fully integrated into the decision-making process. By planning from a prosthetic requirement perspective, the demands of innovative prosthetics, such as a NobelProcera Implant Bridge Zirconia are met.
Intuitive and versatile interface
NobelGuide assiats dental professionals through the diagnostics and virtual planning procedures. While the complete 3D scene is displayed on the left side panel of the planning screen, a cross section (reslice plane) is shown simultaneously on the right side, enabling an inspection of the patient in greater detail without losing the anatomical overview.
With the combination
of a 3D bone model and 3D radiological dataset,dental professionals can evaluate bone quantity and quality surrounding the implant. Datasets are presented in fully customized reslice planes using grey values (Cone-beam CT) or Hounsfield Unit (HU) values (single-slice or multi-slice spiral CT).
Relevant anatomical structures such as nervers and blood vessels, as well as dental roots can
be identified and marked in one or more reslice views. All these tools enable state-of-the-art treatment planning.
User friendliness and efficiency
have been further improved with the implementation of additional right mouse click features.
|3D-based planning for
optimal treatment management