Guided Surgery Solutions, LLC launches educational website
BOSTON, MA – Guided Surgery Solutions, LLC launched the first in a series of videos and articles to educate doctors on the use of 3D-based planning and drill guides for dental implant surgery. The site (www.guidedsurgerysolutions.com/education/) includes sixteen videos that address commonly-faced issues in guided surgery, and recommended protocols to address these issues with CBCT scans, software-based treatment planning, and drilling.
“Doctors want to understand both the benefits and the limitations of guided surgery,” says company founder, Dr. Jerome Haber. “We provide an open and honest dialogue on when and how to use guided surgery.”
Guided Surgery Solutions has developed a patent-pending drill guide for dental implant surgery. The ThinLayer® Guide provides surgeons the accuracy of computer-guidance, with the ease of freehand drilling. The company also provides free planning software and its guides work with the implant systems and drills that a doctor already uses.
“Our guide design makes guided surgery possible in more cases, and our pricing puts guided surgery within the reach of more implant-placing doctors. But balanced and digestible education is the key to successful adoption of guided surgery,” says Jeremy Benedict, CEO of Guided Surgery Solutions.
“The new site features cases that demonstrate the use of virtual planning and the ThinLayer® Guide in situations that otherwise limit tube guide use,” says Haber.
Current content address vertical space limitations, case planning error, and enhanced tools for planning on the gingiva and teeth, as well as the bone. The company plans to add new content regularly, in response to the questions they receive from surgeons.
About Guided Surgery Solutions, LLC
Guided Surgery Solutions, LLC designs, manufactures, and sells 3D image-based drill guides for dental implant surgery. The ThinLayer® Guide was developed in the founder’s clinical practice, in response to design limitations found in existing products. These guides provide surgeons the accuracy of computer-guidance, with the ease of freehand drilling. The better design and lower cost enable more doctors to provide better treatment to more patients. Please visit www.guidedsurgerysolutions.com for more information.