DIOnavi is a seamless ecosystem of integrated, data-driven technology and unprecedented support, created to accelerate practice growth and standardize outcomes. DIOnavi delivers:
DIOnavi implant surgery is a 100% flapless surgery. It is done through careful digital planning and guided implant surgery. It removes the analog impression by converting implant medical treatment to digital data and creates an almost surgical guide for precise implant insertion.
The entire procedure can be planned, managed, designed and performed with less chance for complications and a better chance for a comfortable procedure with faster healing.
It is very convenient both for the dentist and patient.
DIOnavi implant solution accelerates your practice growth by providing patients with fast, comfortable, and precise implant procedures. Here are some of the benefits it can give to your patients.
Bleeding a lot and accompanied with swelling.
The recovery is slow and its inflammation and infection risk are high.
Swelling and bleeding are less.
Inflammation or infection risk are less and recovery period is fast.
Imaging and data are merged to create ‘close-to-zero’ deviation in intraprocedural surgical guide design and fitting.
Procedures are focused on achieving immediate temporization with less than 0.26º deviation.
Intraprocedural guidance optimizes implant placement, anatomical preservation of osseous and soft tissues, procedure speed, and healing:
It’s the only such platform in the world:
Clinical Research on the Accuracy of Computer Guided Implant Placement. Corresponding author: Dr. Byung-Ho Choi Department of Dentistry Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine 162 Ilsandong, Wonju, Republic of Korea
For the first time in the world, ‘DIOnavi Full Arch’ has fully-digitized the entire process from the scanning of edentulous patient’s dentures, planning, guide production, the actual procedure, and the final prosthesis fitting.
This allows oral information of edentulous patients to be conveniently obtained directly from their mouth, and edentulous patients’ information on gums, vertical dimensions, and occlusions can be accurately determined by using the existing patient’s dentures or the ‘Wax Dentures’ developed by DIO. Thus, scanning difficulties and errors that occur in the edentulous cases experienced by many practitioners can be overcome by those who use oral scanners currently.