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Yomi at a glance
Yomi is the first and only FDA-cleared robotic system for dental surgery. Since 2016, our revolutionary platform has been assisting clinicians in all phases of implant placement, augmenting their surgical expertise, so they can operate with confidence and efficiency.
Minimally invasive treatment
By enabling in-depth planning and a high degree of operative precision, Yomi can be used to perform flapless surgery.
Accurate and precise implant placement
When you’re ready to perform an osteotomy, Yomi applies gentle haptic feedback to guide your hand to the precise location and angulation you’ve planned. Yomi is designed to avoid critical anatomy by restricting the user from drilling beyond their planned depth.
Unlike static guidance, robotic assistance allows you to modify your treatment plan and change drill length and implant type on the fly–without sacrificing precision.
Yomi is a robotic system, but it’s not autonomous. You’re in control of your instrumentation at all times. Yomi is simply there to guide you via physical feedback, on-screen alerts, and audio cues.
Accessible surgical site
Because Yomi doesn’t require bulky surgical guides, drill keys, or imaging apparatuses, you can freely visualize, irrigate, and palpate the osteotomy site.
Real-time patient tracking
How does the robot register minute patient movements and adjust instantaneously? YomiLink™ — a versatile intraoral splint that doesn’t block the surgical site or require unobstructed sightlines like a camera-based system.
“Yomi uses haptics to physically guide the clinician, so they can perform surgery exactly as planned.”
Alon Mozes Neocis
Co-Founder & CEO
More advantages of robot-assisted implantology
Efficient digital workflows
YomiPlan™, our proprietary software suite, makes same-day guided surgery possible—no waiting on guides. For those used to the speed and flexibility of freehand surgery, our most streamlined workflow doesn’t require CT-based planning at all.*
By stabilizing instrumentation and allowing you to maintain a comfortable posture throughout a case, Yomi can help prevent back and neck pain.
As a digital, restoration-oriented modality, robot-assisted implantology fosters seamless and timely collaboration between the placing clinician and other members of the treatment team.
Anyone who’s used static guides knows how costly it can be when they don’t fit or treatment modifications are needed. As a self-contained planning and surgical platform–that allows for intra-operative adjustments–Yomi makes it easy to forecast costs and avoid postponed procedures.
In 2022, the Yomi system received a Cellerant Best of Class Technology Award from a panel of leading dental technology experts.
“Yomi by Neocis has taken guided surgery to a new level. Using haptic robotic technology, the software literally guides the handpiece to the proper positions, angles, and depth without the need to spend the time or money creating a surgical guide.”
Paul Feuerstein, DMD
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