Following the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval of dental implant procedures in early 2017, Yomi, a Neocis-developed surgical robotic, exceeded one-thousand implant surgeries in 2019.
The ground-breaking Yomi system, which uses haptic robotic technology to provide drill guidance including depth, location, and orientation, has been designed to assist with the intraoperative and preoperative stages of an implantation procedure, giving the surgeon a clear view of the surgical site as well as complete control.
“Yomi exceeded one-thousand implant surgeries in 2019.“
Neocis’ Chief Executive Officer, Alon Mozes, Ph.D., stated: "This is an exciting milestone for Neocis. This has been the direct result of streamlining our workflow and increasing the system functionality. We’re excited to see our increased sales and utilisation further underscore the appetite for robotics in the dental industry.”
A new Yomi user and a dentist with Cornerstone Dental Arts, Dr. Joe Griffin, stated: “We’ve been able to use Yomi for many cases thanks to a quick learning curve. The system has been easy to incorporate into our practice. We see this clearly establishing a new standard of care for implant patients."