Use of navigation system during positioning of dental implans

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This article raises the problem of positioning of dental implants in the upper and lower jaws. Aim of this study was to evaluate the experiment results on the phantom model of implant placement using dental navigation system. As a result of studies on implant placement using dental navigation system on a phantom containing the elastic tissues of the face, the maximum angular deviations between the axes of the implant in the sagittal plane were 10 37I, and in the frontal plane 20 16I.

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A I Bayrikov



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