Prosthetically driven implant surgery in reference to surrounding anatomical structures has been the subject of interest to dental clinicians.
The use of CBCT images has made it possible to virtually plan the optimal implant position.
The aim of this lecture is to assess the accuracy and the clinical performance, limitations and complications of different static techniques based on computer assisted applications in guided surgical implant dentistry.
Ali Tahmaseb graduated as dentist in 1993.
He also has been teaching as associate professor in the special master program for implantology.
He is co-founder of a novel concept in guided surgery and primary investigator in this field at the university of Amsterdam. He has lectured in different international occasions around the world.