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How multisensory cues enable unsurpassed levels of consistent accuracy, precision and safety.Click here to read more
Yomi receives FDA 510k clearance for full-arch restoration!Click here to read more
Setting your practice apart by achieving an unsurpassed level of precise and accurate implant placement
Surgical robotics have transformed multiple medical disciplines, and enabled early adopters to differentiate their practices and become the recognized leaders in their fields.
Yomi is the first and only dental robotic system for implant surgery. Nothing is more accurate or precise than Yomi when it comes to placing implants.
“What we have seen is an incremental patient increase because word has gotten out. We have not done any significant marketing yet…but we have patients talking about it…It sits in the operatory. Patients come in and say ‘oh that’s your robot’.”
Dr. Joe Griffin
Yomi physically prevents a surgeon from drilling past the pre-planned depth to avoid dangerous anatomies such as the nerves and sinus.
I have had feedback from my restorative partners saying, ‘Hey this is the way to go. They are exactly where I wanted them.’ – Dr. Joe Griffin
Only Yomi uses a combination of haptic technology – physical feedback, dynamic visualization of the drill, and audio cues – with proprietary planning software.
The result? Implants are placed in the correct position, with submillimeter accuracy of the planned angulation and depth – so you have easier restorations overall, and the confidence of better long-term outcomes.
Yomi brings together the accuracy of guided surgery while providing the flexibility of free-handed surgery
“The Yomi robotic guidance platform (Neocis, Miami FL) increases implant placement predictability over freehand surgery, avoids static guide drawbacks, and enhances the patient experience throughout by increasing restorative outcome confidence.”
– Ryaz Ansari, DDS
Hear What Doctors Have to Say about Yomi
Watch how doctors around the country are experiencing the benefits of Yomi – and how its unmatched accuracy, precision and flexibility make for greater satisfaction for both doctors and patients alike.
The clearance allows for a new splint attachment, which broadens Yomi’s application to include full-arch implant cases, as well as partially edentulous cases.
Using Yomi enables faster, more efficient surgical time, and a minimally invasive, flapless approach, all streamlined through our proprietary digital workflow.
Yomi is defining the next generation of dentists
Yomi is now being used at leading dental schools to help train the next generation of implant dentists with the latest in robotic technology. Yomi robotics can be found at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine – the largest dental school in the US, as well as the University of West Virginia’s dental school. In addition, our founder, Alon Mozes, is now a proud partner of Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine and sits on their Board of Directors.
Yomi’s founder, Alon Mozes, talks about the unique benefits and advantages of Yomi’s multisensory cues that make for unsurpassed levels of consistent accuracy, precision and safety.
Accuracy and Precision: Constant, multi-sensory, real-time feedback enables unprecedented levels of accuracy and precision during the drilling and implant process, maintaining steady guidance for precise angulation and location during osteotomy – even if the patient moves.
Flexibility: Real-time feedback also allows, for the first time ever, to make modifications intraoperatively. Plus, the ability to Scan, Plan, and Operate on the same day allows for incredible efficiency – for both you, and the patient.
Safety: The haptic feedback not only provides real-time guidance, it’s also additional reassurance since auto-stop helps prevent potential perforation.
Founder Alon Mozes, PhD talks about the unique advantage of Yomi Robotic’s Haptic Feedback
Try the Advantages of multisensory cues and request a demo today.
Minimizing Infection Risk
Infections are a known risk of any surgical procedure. The unique nature of the Yomi robotic-assisted dental implant surgery help to minimize the risks of infection to both patients and providers:
Screen-based navigation: Allows for greater distance between the faces of the patient and provider during portions of the procedure.
Disposable draping: The Yomi robotic arm is draped for each patient, reducing the risk of cross-contamination.
Sterilization of components: All reusable components are cleaned, disinfected, and sterilized prior to use. Single-use components are also sterilized prior to use.
Reduction of workflow and parts complexity: Minimization of custom parts reduces the risk of infection introduced by third-party components.