Last week, 42 North Dental and Neocis celebrated the first ever full arch robotic dental implant placement using the newly FDA-approved Yomi-Go Workflow in the nation (and world!) The procedure, with Dr. David Lustbader at the helm, was completed at South Shore Oral Surgery in Quincy, MA, a 42 North Dental supported practice. Dr. Lustbader has been utilizing the Yomi Robotic Dental System for several years and is one of the first adopters of this technology. So, it was natural for him to deploy the new workflow with the Yomi Robotic Dental System designed to reduce patient sedation time, and subsequent recovery time.
South Shore Oral Surgery is one of 5 dental practices in Massachusetts including Boston University’s Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, that utilizes the Yomi Robotic Surgical Planning System. The system guides a practitioner’s hands using robotic haptics allowing direct visualization and direct contact with the instruments and patient throughout the dental implant procedure.
While serving as Dental Director at South Shore Oral Surgery and Director of Clinical Affairs at 42 North Dental, Dr. Lustbader and the 42 North Dental clinical teams are consistently looking at new ways to elevate patient care with innovative solutions.