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An analysis on satisfaction level of clinicians on implant surgical guidance system based on computed tomography
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An analysis on satisfaction level of clinicians on implant surgical guidance system based on computed tomography
Hong, Min-ho; Jin, Ming-Xu; Lee, Du-Hyeong; Lee, Kyu-Bok;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to conduct a comparative assessment on the satisfaction level for the two interfaces of surgical guide system (SimPlant and R2GATE), the design and convenience of manufactured surgical guides and the importance of using the surgical guides thereof by means of survey. Materials and Methods: Hereupon, they simulated the implant surgical process by mounting the two manufactured systems of surgical guide on a dental mold, respectively. The study subjects were instructed to complete the questionnaire as to the satisfaction level upon completion of the simulated surgery. This study summarized the data of each question after collecting the completed questionnaires. Then, this study analyzed the summarized data by utilizing statistical program SPSS 20.0 (IBM). Results: R2GATE had a higher value of the satisfaction level on the design and convenience of manufactures surgical guides. R2GATE group () was found to have a higher value in terms of the overall satisfaction level compared to SimPlant group () ( = 0.05). Conclusion: The user satisfaction level on the surgical guide manufactured for R2GATE system was to such an extent as it can be widely used in clinical environment. Moreover, the surgical guide manufactured as R2GATE system can guide both the length and direction of a drill simultaneously. As a result, it is highly recommended for those beginners who do not have a lot of experience in implant placement.
 Keywords
surgical guide;implant guide system;survey;
 Language
Korean
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