Robotic systems have revolutionized various industries, and dentistry is no exception. Recently, due to the robust advancements in artificial intelligence and technology, there has been a significant evolution of dental robotic systems, ranging from surgeon controlled, robot-assisted operations, to more autonomous processes. The present clinical case report describes a 1-year follow-up of the successful use of an autonomous dental implant robot system with an osseodensification (OD) protocol for implant osteotomy preparation, maxillary sinus elevation, and simultaneous implant placement at the maxillary second premolar site. A prefabricated provisional prosthesis was delivered immediately after implant placement, with final prosthesis delivery at 3 months. The findings from this report demonstrate the integration and clinical augmentation of more autonomous protocols in the field of implant dentistry using dental robots.
Schlagwörter: Robotics surgery, Osseodensification, Maxillary sinus, Dental implant, Case report