Evaluation of two noninvasive repositioning systems for computer-assisted oral implant surgery in oral cancer patients.

@article{Bodard2010EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of two noninvasive repositioning systems for computer-assisted oral implant surgery in oral cancer patients.},
  author={A G Bodard and Marion Paris and Samuel Salino and Thomas Fortin},
  journal={The International journal of prosthodontics},
  year={2010},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={463-8}
}
PURPOSE Reconstructive surgery in oral cancer patients uses thick flaps, which may render the placement of miniscrews for stabilizing radiosurgical templates difficult. The realization of noninvasive systems for the repositioning of surgical templates has been proposed. The present study aimed to assess the clinical usefulness of these noninvasive repositioning systems. MATERIALS AND METHODS Two noninvasive (ie, without osseous anchorage) repositioning systems (one intraoral, one intra- and… CONTINUE READING