Yomi Bone Reduction
Setting a new treatment standard for alveoloplasty
Yomi Bone Reduction is a comprehensive planning and surgical solution designed to help clinical teams perform alveoloplasty confidently and efficiently.
At Neocis, we’re always looking for ways to expand the scope of robotic dental surgery and give clinicians more opportunities to leverage the Yomi platform. Our groundbreaking bone reduction feature is a clear testament to that.
Tap into the precision and accuracy of robotic assistance for this critical phase of many full-arch cases. Our CT-based solution makes it easy to achieve the smooth ridge that’s necessary for predictable, long-lasting restorative outcomes – without a physical guide.
“I’ve been doing full-mouth reconstruction for a long time, and I can say that Yomi takes bone reduction to the next level. After just a few cases, I knew this functionality would be a game-changer for us. Every time my team uses Yomi for ridge reduction we look at each other and say ’this is amazing.’”
Sanju Jose, DDS, MDS
Columbia Center Implants & Periodontics | Maryland
"Yomi saves me a bunch of time by allowing me to precisely plan every dimension of the reduction volume for each patient. Then, I have the clinical flexibility to take the bur where I want, knowing that Yomi will prevent me from going beyond the boundaries I’ve set in my plan. That’s the beauty of robot-guided surgery."
Scott Clayhold, DDS
Doctor Scott Clayhold | Washington
“Yomi’s innovative bone reduction module simplifies an involved surgical procedure that is typically done freehand or with static guides. Bone leveling with Yomi is seamless, minimally invasive, and accurate. The ability to precisely level the bone to best accommodate surgical and prosthetic needs is an elegant addition to the Yomi armamentarium.”
Jay Neugarten, DDS, MD
New York Center for Orthognathic and Maxillofacial Surgery | New York
Intuitive, precise planning
Our interactive planning software allows you to analyze a patient’s CT scan from every angle and outline the desired reduction area. If any boundaries are too close to a nerve or sinus, Yomi can alert you.
Once you’ve defined the resection area, you can plan the position, angulation, and depth of implants based on the new ridge. The shoulder of each implant automatically defaults to the base of the reduction volume, but depth can be adjusted as needed.
Yomi provides haptic feedback to prevent the user from moving the cutting bur beyond the resection boundaries they’ve defined in their treatment plan – in the same way the system’s guide arm won’t allow a clinician to deviate from their intended position, angulation, or depth when drilling an osteotomy.
Ease of use
During a procedure, an on-screen rendering of the resection volume allows you to quickly reference your progress to plan in real time. Once the bone reduction phase of a case is complete, Yomi can easily be configured for implant placement.
Free from static guides
Unlike physical guides, robot-assisted alveoloplasty enables you to freely visualize, irrigate, and palpate the surgical site as well as modify your treatment plan on the go without sacrificing accuracy. Plus, you can say goodbye to the wait time and costs associated with surgical guides.
Yomi Bone Reduction + YomiPlan Complete workflow
*Clinicians have the option to plan bone reduction and implants using just a day-of CT scan.
INSIGHTS & RESOURCES
Explore the future of bone reduction
Robot-assisted surgery is the breakthrough full-arch reconstruction has been waiting for and is revolutionizing how clinicians are performing alveoloplasty. For more on this new treatment approach, take a look at the materials below or check out our full content library.
A groundbreaking approach to alveoloplasty
Yomi robotic platform’s new bone reduction feature launches commercially
Expanding your full-arch practice with robotics
Neocis’ Yomi robotic system receives FDA 510(k) clearance for bone reduction
Find your robotic workflow
With three distinct workflows to choose from, the YomiPlan suite gives you the flexibility to plan and execute implant placement in a way that aligns with your team’s preferred clinical approach – and the specifics of the case at hand.
Detailed digital planning for unsurpassed accuracy
Drill-tip planning with CT verification
The speed of freehand surgery meets robotic precision