Static computer-assisted surgery (s-CAS) has been introduced to improve the results of implantology. A prospective cohort study was conducted following the STROBE guidelines to determine the presence of a learning curve in s-CAS. Six partially and six totally edentulous patients were treated by two surgeons experienced in implantology but completely inexperienced in s-CAS. Preoperative and postoperative computed tomography scans were matched to assess coronal, apical, and angular deviation and the positioning error. The accuracy data were used to evaluate the learning curve. Fifty-six implants were inserted. In partially and totally edentulous patients, the mean (range; standard deviation) coronal deviation was 0.87 (0.34–1.27; 0.35) and 1.24 (0.72–2.67; 0.79); the mean apical deviation was 1.13 (0.48–1.63; 0.39) and 1.52 (0.88–3.84; 1.15); the mean angular deviation was 2.63 (1.89–4.50; 0.98) and 3.59 (1.69–6.30; 1.65); and the mean positioning error was 0.80 (0.32–1.25; 0.35) and 1.14 (0.35–2.56; 0.77), respectively. A typical ‘learning curve’ effect was not identified for s-CAS.

Is there a learning curve in static computer-assisted implant surgery? A prospective clinical study / Cassetta, M.; Altieri, F.; Giansanti, M.; Bellardini, M.; Brandetti, G.; Piccoli, L.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY. - ISSN 0901-5027. - (2020). [10.1016/j.ijom.2020.03.007]

Is there a learning curve in static computer-assisted implant surgery? A prospective clinical study

Cassetta M.
Primo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
Altieri F.
Secondo
Writing – Review & Editing
;
Giansanti M.
Software
;
Piccoli L.
Ultimo
Investigation
2020

Abstract

Static computer-assisted surgery (s-CAS) has been introduced to improve the results of implantology. A prospective cohort study was conducted following the STROBE guidelines to determine the presence of a learning curve in s-CAS. Six partially and six totally edentulous patients were treated by two surgeons experienced in implantology but completely inexperienced in s-CAS. Preoperative and postoperative computed tomography scans were matched to assess coronal, apical, and angular deviation and the positioning error. The accuracy data were used to evaluate the learning curve. Fifty-six implants were inserted. In partially and totally edentulous patients, the mean (range; standard deviation) coronal deviation was 0.87 (0.34–1.27; 0.35) and 1.24 (0.72–2.67; 0.79); the mean apical deviation was 1.13 (0.48–1.63; 0.39) and 1.52 (0.88–3.84; 1.15); the mean angular deviation was 2.63 (1.89–4.50; 0.98) and 3.59 (1.69–6.30; 1.65); and the mean positioning error was 0.80 (0.32–1.25; 0.35) and 1.14 (0.35–2.56; 0.77), respectively. A typical ‘learning curve’ effect was not identified for s-CAS.
2020
accuracy; computer-aided implant surgery; computer-aided implantology; computer-guided implantology; dental implant; learning curve; static computer-assisted surgery
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Is there a learning curve in static computer-assisted implant surgery? A prospective clinical study / Cassetta, M.; Altieri, F.; Giansanti, M.; Bellardini, M.; Brandetti, G.; Piccoli, L.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY. - ISSN 0901-5027. - (2020). [10.1016/j.ijom.2020.03.007]
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