The aim of this randomized in vitro study was to compare the time and accuracy of implant site preparation and implant placement using a trephine drill versus a conventional drilling technique under dynamic navigation. A total of 42 implants were placed in simulation jaw models with the two drilling techniques by two operators with previous experience with dynamic navigation. The timing of each implant placement was recorded, and horizontal, vertical, and angulation discrepancies between the planned and placed implants were compared. There was no significant difference in time or accuracy between the trephine and conventional drilling techniques. Implant site preparation with a single trephine drill using dynamic navigation was as accurate under in vitro experimental conditions as a conventional drilling sequence.
In Vitro Comparison of Time and Accuracy of Implant Placement Using Trephine and Conventional Drilling Techniques Under Dynamic Navigation
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Janina Golob Deeb, Anja Frantar, George R. Deeb, Caroline K. Carrico, Ksenija Rener-Sitar; In Vitro Comparison of Time and Accuracy of Implant Placement Using Trephine and Conventional Drilling Techniques Under Dynamic Navigation. J Oral Implantol doi: https://doi.org/10.1563/aaid-joi-D-19-00125
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