Dynamic Surgical Guidance is free-hand guided surgery with real-time motion tracking of the clinician’s handpiece and patient position.  All based on one pre-operative CBCT scan that enhances the long-term success of implant-supported restorations.



A fiducial, recognized as an anchor point, is affixed to the patient and held in place with a stent during the initial CBCT scan, and again during surgery.

During surgery a patient tracker is attached to the stent.  Cameras track markers located on both patient tracker and dental handpiece to determine the relative position of the drill and patient which is displayed on a monitor.

During surgery, two cameras locate unique markers on the handpiece and patient tracker attached to the stent

The precise angulation and position of the drill is calculated and overlaid on the patient’s CBCT scan, in real-time and displayed on the monitor