Yomi: The Worlds 1ST Robotic Assisted Surgical Platform | Michael Palahach | The Dental Brief #137

March 02, 2022 • 13 minutes

Today we are joined by Michael Palahach of Neocis, the first dental robotics company. Neocis is committed to enhancing dental surgeons’ capabilities and advancing patient care. Robot-assisted surgery is fast becoming a standard of care across surgical disciplines, offering unprecedented improvements in:

Procedure Planning

Augmented Anatomical Visualization

Haptic Guided Surgery

Over a million patients a year are treated using robotic surgery, across multiple medical disciplines.

Today, Yomi is the first and only robotic device for dental surgery commercially available in the United States and is in clinical use with leading dental surgeons who share the goal of establishing Yomi as the new standard of care for dental implants.

Yomi's robotic technology has the potential to change the world of dental & oral surgery forever. Yomi is now being used at leading dental schools to help train the next generation of implant dentists with the latest in robotic technology.

Yomi robotics can be found at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine – one of the most progressive and digitally focused dental programs, as well as the University of West Virginia’s dental school.

In addition, our founder, Alon Mozes, is now a proud partner of Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine and sits on their Board of Directors

Want to learn more about Neocis?

Visit: http://www.neocis.com/

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