"I Giovanni I send you some images of a caseI did when Henk was here. You have the planning and the result one week postop I did not open a flap and the patient had no pain.
Hope to see you and drink a glass of real wine( from Italy)"
"I use them for one year now the working very well the indexed feature is easy to use and precise.The only problème is, if you screw them over 40N/m it's getting difficult to take of the implant holder. What i do ;I screw up to 35 N/cm if I need more…"
it's not realy a CT scan progam you can work with any kind of numeric Xray from the simple retro alveolar for one or two implants a panorex for a one side reconstrution or a san for anterior or full mouth .
With the MDS Pilot we can place…"
Yes I am still involved in perio but more perio prosthetic and implant surgery than heavy perio cases.Thttp://www.webdental.com/profile/GiovanniCastellucci#here si still no hygeniste in France so...
I am working on a computerised system…"
Interesting. Are you planning to promote and patent the technology? Once you have the situation sorted out you should present your research at one of the big meetings like the AAP. This will give you exposure and potentially an avenue for sales! Good luck!
Please keep us posted on your progress. It looks very interesting!
Koh from the Designsmile Team
How are you? Any update regarding your program? I am curious to see how it is going? Thanks.
The images you use for the implant planning- are these ultrasound? I was under the impression that they are not very accurate for hard tissue - or are they x-ray images like CT scan images? Are the images taken with a regular dental cone beam radiography unit or the latest cone beam scanners? Thanks.
I noticed your comment on Giovanni's page. Your CT scan program looks quite interesting. I look forward to learning more about it. Please keep us updated on your progress.
Hope you are well. Good to hear that you are still involved with periodontics.
Henk and I were actually wondering about you when he was in Boston for the perio. meeting.
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Were you in Boston for the AAP meeting?