The speed of freehand with robotic precision
Our most streamlined workflow yet, YomiPlan Go™ is a perfect option for clinicians who want the precision and repeatability of robotic guidance without having to plan a case based on a pre-op scan1. Simply use your drill tip to set the desired position and angulation of an osteotomy. With Go, implant placement is entirely in your hands—literally.
While this condensed robotic workflow is much like freehand surgery in its speed and intra-operative flexibility, this comparison doesn’t do justice to the unsurpassed precision and depth control Yomi delivers.
“By combining the feel of freehand surgery with the advantages of haptic guidance, YomiPlan Go adds an additional human touch to robotic implant placement. It’s as simple as point and place.”
Sathish Palayam, DDSAarohi Dental | Massachusetts
Fast, imageless workflow
Because Go doesn’t require a CT scan1 or virtual case planning, you can get into surgery faster. Simply select your implant, use your drill tip to set your desired location and angulation, and go. It’s that easy.
As you move through your drill sequence, Yomi’s robotic guide arm guides your hand back to the exact angulation and position you’ve set–even if the patient moves.2
Superior depth control
Our software uses implant and drill bit specifications entered by the robotic team to automatically determine osteotomy depth and prevent overdrilling. Go also has an easy-to-use depth offset feature for accommodating gingival thickness or subcrestal implant placement.
Like other YomiPlan modes, Go makes it easy to parallelize multiple implants, which contributes to more straightforward prosthesis placement and restoration longevity.3,4
YomiPlan Go workflow at a glance
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1 Neocis recommends a preoperative CT as a standard of care for consultation and diagnosis. No imaging is required by the YomiPlan Go software for preoperative planning or intraoperative guidance.
2 Data on file.
3 Gulizio MP, Agar JR, Kelly JR, Taylor TD. Effect of implant angulation upon retention of overdenture attachments. J Prosthodont. 2005; 14: 3– 11.
4 Renouard F, Rangert B. Biomechanical risk factors. In: Risk Factors in Implant Dentistry. Chicago, Ill: Quintessence Books; 1999: 44– 45.