YOMI dental robotic assistant now currently being employed in a Topeka dentist office

Adam Marina, right, dentist at Aspen Dental, 1730 S.W. Wanamaker Road, guides the robotic arm from a YOMI machine to Karly Baird's mouth Monday as dental assistants Shantel Kingcannon, left, and Courtney Fulton help with the demonstration. Marina was showing how the robot works to safely drill and assist in dental implants.

A new dental assistant is readily available when it comes to oral surgery and implants at Aspen Dental.

Aspen Dental, 1730 S.W. Wanamaker Road, is the very first dental business office of Topeka, now has the YOMI Robotic Dental Process by Neocis. YOMI is the initially Food and drug administration-authorized, robotic-assisted dental surgical method.

It been given Food and drug administration clearance for comprehensive arch implant cure in 2020.

Adam Marina, DDS, of Aspen Dental, claimed the improvement is critical. Marina reported patients typically are worried of the dentist, and they may transfer close to through a process.

“This won’t allow us to spot it any place but just where we put it in the laptop or computer,” Marina claimed for the duration of a demonstration of the robot to The Cash-Journal.

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