If you had one implant planning software what would it be?

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dandyfop

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Hello,

I've been dragging my feet for way too long on producing surgical guides. I can an Asiga Max and the resin to make the guide, but I don't have software.

I've looked a blue sky bio and done some training on it, but I don't like how there aren't any presets for different implant systems. I would need to know the exact sizes of the drills and the keys and all that.

3shape implant studio seems more intuitive but $$$$

Codiagnostix?

Also is it hard to order the guide tubes one at a time?

If you can to have only one do everything software what would you choose?

Thanks a lot!
 
2thm8kr

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For now until some others make some changes. Guide Mia. A little dated (Win95 theme) on the interface, but really powerful. More capable than you would probably ever fully use. Most everything needed is automatic regarding factory surgical guides, drill length stops, drill sleeve diameters, etc. The developer is the owner, is the software engineer, is the the support. Reasonably priced. I've had great service and support.
It is customizable and fully open which most others can't say.
Look into it. They have demo version you can try before investing. Well thought out in many ways. The developer is brilliant.
I've done a few hundred plans at least with this software in the last year or so to include dual scan, bone reduction and other complex multistage surgeries.
 
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Hey 2thm8kr, I've followed a lot of your posts. If this is the one you use, I'll take it seriously. Thanks!

at $3500 US its an easier pill to swallow than the 3shape one.
 
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Hey 2thm8kr, I've followed a lot of your posts. If this is the one you use, I'll take it seriously. Thanks!

at $3500 US its an easier pill to swallow than the 3shape one.
I've used several different planning softwares. This one is the most open. I didn't find it really intuitive when I started using it, but I can now navigate it and figure out most things on my own. You get online training with the developer via T.V. and support for at least a year.
Try the demo before committing it is the same as the licensed version.
 
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what about what exocad offers also cybermed is another company and dentiq out of korea
 
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what about what exocad offers also cybermed is another company and dentiq out of korea
exoplan is still beta. Doing sample cases with some of the same ones I am planning in GuideMia and comparing positioning. It has the best 3d rendering and views of any implant software I have used or demoed. exocad matching algorithm second to none. Still needs some more libraries so waiting on some implant companies to step up.
Will be a heavyweight contender when approved here.
 
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I think I may wait until exoplan before I decide. Should be coming out in Canada with a week or two I hear.
 
2thm8kr

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I think I may wait until exoplan before I decide. Should be coming out in Canada with a week or two I hear.
If you are not in a hurry and can wait to get into the planning game, that would ve a wide choice. It's pretty awesome in a lot of ways yet it is a young software and will need some refinement. There are a lot of bright beta testers involved. exocad is the type of company that really listens to what end users want/need and implements it as fast as they can introduce a stable version. If the implant companies would get off their duff and get some libraries together this could move along a bit faster. The implants I use most have fully guided libraries and it is a super smooth transition from beginning to end with my workflow.
Now if the FDA would just get to it........
 
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