This is Just a Sampling of What Current X-Guide Customers Have to Say About The X-Guide Dynamic 3D Navigation System in their Practice.
I would say that the X-Guide just makes me a better implant surgeon. I know where the implant is going at all times, I am not worried about the “what ifs” (like does my guide really fit, is it all the way down, was there any flex in the guide, where is the tip of the implant going). With conventional guided surgery, you still do not know where the implant is until you take your post op scan. It really helps with difficult cases and immediate extraction/implant cases.
My second case with X-Guide was spot-on already. If I would have free-handed, I could have perfed the buccal plate and needed to add graft material and membrane. With X-Guide I navigated exactly to where I wanted to be.
I am the proud owner of the first system sold since X-Nav Technologies received its clearance for the X-Guide system. My first three surgeries were completed today with great trainers (thanks Nicole and Cara!). We are extremely excited about the future of guided surgery… We believe in better! Better accuracy, better surgery, better for our patients!
I foresee a great future for my practice with X-Guide.
This technology is enabling me to push forward into a new technology raising the bar and heightening my implant arena expertise for the ultimate benefit to my patients.
The X-Guide has taken my practice to the next level in implant surgery. Not only does it allow precise surgery, it also gives valuable information to explain to patients what is needed.
X-Guide makes me better by giving the opportunity to safely navigate, closer and more precisely, alongside important anatomic limitations such as the alveolar nerve or between roots, giving also the benefit of the digital implant/ prostho planning.
X-Guide facilitates minimally invasive surgery for my patients and gives me 100% control of my surgical plan. In full arch guided surgery, X-Guide allows direct clinical observation and access where a pinned static guide hinders visibility of some anatomy.