Guided pilot drilling
Right from the start
When there's no room for error
Ensure correct angulation, direction and depth from the very first drill thanks to easy-to-use surgical templates. These custom-made templates simply guide the initial drill according to your NobelClinician treatment plan, helping to ensure optimized esthetics and function for your patients and allowing you to confidently continue with freehand surgery.
Why guided pilot drilling?
Precise first drill
Start your surgery with confidence by ensuring correct positioning from the very first drill. Optimize the drill position using your digital treatment plan and help to increase the predictability of your implant surgery.
High quality templates that fit
We develop and produce NobelGuide templates according to the Medical Devices Quality Management ISO 13485 and IOS 10993. Our processes are regularly audited by the notified body BSI and inspected by the FDA. In addition, every template you design is manually checked before production and verified for quality at our factory afterwards.
Optimized restorative outcome
Offer your patients optimal esthetics and function with a comprehensive range of prosthetic solutions. Our restorations demonstrate
For partially edentulous patients
Simple template design
Design a surgical template for partially edentulous patients in just one click following a digital treatment plan prepared by NobelClinician’s SmartFusion function, and create the perfect guide for predictable freehand implant placement.
For edentulous patients
What users say
Dr. Roland Glauser, Switzerland
"The pilot drill is a very straightforward surgical procedure with maximum information transferred from planning to the surgical site. No further tooling or kit is necessary for this approach. Moreover, the anchor pins that stabilize the surgical template are not usually necessary in partial and single-tooth cases; the template is positioned on the remaining dentition and it can be placed and removed very quickly. This makes the approach very attractive."
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