Static Computer Assisted Implant Surgery (sCAIS) is not a new phenomenon and in fact has been available, in one form or another, since over a decade. However, “digital workflow” has gained a huge amount of popularity in recent years.

Within a patient-centred context, this presentation aims to provide a step-by-step approach to the application of digital technology in daily implant practice. It will demonstrate the use of digital workflow with various clinical case examples showcasing the true value of sCAIS.

The presentation will aim to generate a healthy debate regarding the use of sCAIS in daily practice and whether there is a need for it or not.

Aims and objectives:

At the end of the presentation the viewer should be able to:

  • Understand the workflow involved in CAIS
  • Recognise when and how CAIS might benefit their patients
  • Recognise the extent to which cases may be planned utilising digital tools
  • Summarize key points from the current evidence base
  • Identify some useful hints and tips to help them execute CAIS in daily practice

1 videos
90 mins CPD/CE