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SMoP Guide Design Instructions

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Full visibility on the surgical site
Better control of the fit
Allows cooling agent so water going into the osteotomy site reduces the frequency of pumping technique
Easy to raise a flap
Easier accessibility for surgical instrument insertion
Reducing drastically the possibility of errors and distortions due to support the template only on selected stable points on the teeth and not covering the full surface on the teeth
This kind of balcony design will keep the flap away from the drill, but no excessive opening/exposure of the flap due to our guide will not be necessary in contact with that gums
Extra stabilization due to the use of palatal area. This feature “mucosa support” allows a clinician to proceed with surgery without a need for further extra stabilization accessories such as pins or screws
Depending on the implant system and its surgical kit no metal sleeve is needed to guide the drill (e.g. Straumann, Astra, SIC…). The spoon of the kit can directly be plugged into the plastic-whole of the template. This increases the accuracy of the drilling and reduces costs by saving the sleeves

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SMoP Guide Design Instructions

  1. 1. document version 181119 for smop version 2.14.2 PRODUCT DOCUMENTATION FOR SMOP TEMPLATE DESIGNER smop is a product and brand of Swissmeda AG, www.mysmop.com
  2. 2. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 1. Create Case 3. Prepare Case 4. Plan Implants 2. Order All Inclusive Services 6. Order Template 5. Export Data 1. DENTISTS WORKFLOW WITH SMOP Service Partner Service Partner 2 7. Design Template
  3. 3. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. Design a tooth supported template b. Design a soft tissue supported template c. Plan extra screws d. Plan extra pins DESIGN TEMPLATE 1. Create Case 3. Prepare Case 4. Plan Implants 7. Design Template 2. Order All Inclusive Services 6. Order Template 5. Export Data 3
  4. 4. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. INSERTION DIRECTION (Tooth Supported Template) Define the working direction (pass insertion) to calculate and display undercut areas in yellow and red color 4
  5. 5. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. Clamps (Tooth Supported Template) Clamps are generated to click and fix the template onto the teeth of the patient 5
  6. 6. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. LINGUAL WIRE (Tooth Supported Template) The lingual/palatal wire is created to stabilize and stiffen the entire template 6
  7. 7. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. BUCCAL WIRE (Tooth Supported Template) The buccal wire is used to stiffen the template (like to the oral wire). Contact points of the wire should be set on every second or third tooth 7
  8. 8. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. ARCHES (Tooth Supported Template) Arches are used to connect the lingual/palatal wires to ensure better stiffness 8
  9. 9. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. SLEEVE SUPPORT (Tooth Supported Template) The shape and size of sleeve support rings can be adjusted: The implant, the corresponding surgical kit and the neighboring teeth should be considered 9
  10. 10. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. IMPRINT NAME (Tooth Supported Template) The name of the template, which can be edited during the template design, will be imprinted automatically to the visible side on the longest available arch of the template 10
  11. 11. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 a. FINAL CALCULATION (Tooth Supported Template) The final template calculation combines all the designed features into one closed surface (STL-data), ready for printing 11
  12. 12. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. INSERTION DIRECTION (Soft Tissue Supported) Define the working direction (pass insertion) to calculate and display undercut areas in yellow and red color 12
  13. 13. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. MUCOSA SUPPORT (Soft Tissue Supported) Mucosa supports can be used to provide additional support, if there are no teeth available to fix the template in the patient mouse 13
  14. 14. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. MUCOSA SUPPORT (Soft Tissue Supported) Extra Mucosa supports can be added to provide additional support 14
  15. 15. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. LINGUAL WIRE (Soft Tissue Supported) The lingual/palatal wire is created to stabilize and stiffen the entire template 15
  16. 16. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. BUCCAL WIRE (Soft Tissue Supported) The buccal wire is used to stiffen the template (like to the oral wire). Contact points of the wire should be set on every second or third tooth 16
  17. 17. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. ARCHES (Soft Tissue Supported) Arches are used to connect the lingual/palatal wires or the mucosal support to ensure better stiffness 17
  18. 18. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. ARCHES (Soft Tissue Supported) Arches are used to connect the lingual/palatal wires or the mucosal support to ensure better stiffness 18
  19. 19. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. SLEEVE SUPPORT (Soft Tissue Supported) The shape and size of sleeve support rings can be adjusted: The implant, the corresponding surgical kit and the neighboring teeth should be considered 19
  20. 20. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. IMPRINT NAME (Soft Tissue Supported) The name of the template, which can be edited during the template design, will be imprinted automatically to the visible side on the longest available arch of the template 20
  21. 21. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 b. FINAL RESULT (Soft Tissue Supported) The final template calculation combines all the designed features into one closed surface (STL-data), ready for printing 21
  22. 22. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 c. PLAN EXTRA SCREW (Soft Tissue Supported) SMOP’s geometry library contains geometries for bone retention screws under different brands 22
  23. 23. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 c. PLAN EXTRA SCREW (Soft Tissue Supported) The parameters can easily be changed using the edit fields of the middle toolbar, the width and length of the holding/guiding plastic cylinders. Outer diameter should be 0.3mm wider than the screw diameter 23
  24. 24. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 c. PLAN EXTRA SCREW (Soft Tissue Supported) The final template calculation combines all the designed features into one closed surface (STL-data), ready for printing 24
  25. 25. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 c. PLAN EXTRA PIN (Soft Tissue Supported) In addition to the bone retention screws, the SMOP’s library contains geometries for bone retention pins 25
  26. 26. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 c. PLAN EXTRA PIN (Soft Tissue Supported) 26 The final template calculation combines all the designed features into one closed surface (STL-data), ready for printing
  27. 27. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 EXAMPLE SMALL TOOTH GAP Courtesy of Dental Clinic, Lucerne Copyright 2018, Dr. med. Beat Kurt 27
  28. 28. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 2. BENEFITS OF SMOP - KEY FEATURE SMOP TEMPLATE Accurate fitting in the patient mouse by using contact points on pre-defined locations (on tooth or gingiva): Inaccurate fitting by design procedures provided by other software: 28
  29. 29. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 2. BENEFITS OF THE SMOP TEMPLATE • Full visibility on the surgical site • Better control of the fit • Allows cooling agent so water going into the osteotomy site reduces the frequency of pumping technique • Easy to raise a flap • Easier accessibility for surgical instrument insertion • Reducing drastically the possibility of errors and distortions due to support the template only on selected stable points on the teeth and not covering the full surface on the teeth • This kind of balcony design will keep the flap away from the drill, but no excessive opening/exposure of the flap due to our guide will not be necessary in contact with that gums • Extra stabilization due to the use of palatal area. This feature “mucosa support” allows a clinician to proceed with surgery without a need for further extra stabilization accessories such as pins or screws • Depending on the implant system and its surgical kit no metal sleeve is needed to guide the drill (e.g. Straumann, Astra, SIC…). The spoon of the kit can directly be plugged into the plastic-whole of the template. This increases the accuracy of the drilling and reduces costs by saving the sleeves Patented best template worldwide. Why the light and open “Spaghetti” design? 29
  30. 30. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 The smop Template is optimized to be manufactured by 3D printing technology Swissmeda has had good experiences using the Polyjet printers from Stratasys with the certified material MED610 2. SMOP TEMPLATE OPTIMIZED FOR 3D PRINTING SMOP Template (output of planning system, STL data) SMOP Template (printed) 3D printing process 30
  31. 31. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 There are a lot more 3D printers on the market supporting medical resin (e.g. Nextdent SG): Please note, Swissmeda has no experience with the listed examples and can’t give any recommendation. 2. SMOP TEMPLATE OPTIMIZED FOR 3D PRINTING 31
  32. 32. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 3. SUPPORTED INDICATIONS – FULLY EDENTULOUS Courtesy of Dental Clinic, Lucerne Copyright 2018, Dr. med. Beat Kurt 32
  33. 33. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 3. SUPPORTED INDICATIONS – FULLY EDENTULOUS – ALL ON FOUR Courtesy of Dental Clinic, Lucerne Copyright 2018, Dr. med. Beat Kurt 33
  34. 34. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 3. SUPPORTED INDICATIONS – PARTIAL EDENTULOUS Courtesy of Dental Clinic, Lucerne Copyright 2018, Dr. med. Beat Kurt 34
  35. 35. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 3. SUPPORTED INDICATIONS – TOOTH GAP Courtesy of Dental Clinic, Lucerne Copyright 2018, Dr. med. Beat Kurt 35
  36. 36. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 smop for STANDARD USER Standard User can create cases and do all case preparation and implant planning himself. He can order any planning and template design by their Service Partner. Condition: The Standard User is connected to the Service Partner he registered with. smop for BASIC USER Basic Users can create cases and order any case planning and template design. Case preparation, template design and printing are provided by the Service Partner. Beside case creation, the Basic User has the option to plan implants or adjust any provided implant planning. Condition: The Basic User is connected to the Service Partner he registered with. smop for CHAIR SIDE USER Chair Side User can create cases, do all case preparation, implant planning and template design. Condition: The Chair Side User has the option to be connected to any smop Print Partner, to order printouts 4. PRODUCT CONFIGURATIONS for different user needs smop MOBILE VIEWER (for iPad and iPhone) For Approval of implant planning and template design Condition: The Basic User is connected to the Service Partner he registered with. 36
  37. 37. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 BASIC USER STANDARD USER CHAIR SIDE USER Im portDataOrderFullService Im port/Plan W ax-up Prepare Case Plan Im plants OrderTem plateDesign Tem plate Im port/Align Model ExportData 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4. SMOP WORKFLOW 37
  38. 38. document version 181120 for smop version 2.14.2 END 38

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