First and Only FDA-Approved Dental Robot
Everyone has to go to the dentist, but who really wants to? Let’s face it, not many.
But what if I told you your visit would be significantly faster, less invasive, and you’d recover a lot quicker. Would that change your mind?
We're betting it will. We created Yomi to tackle one of the dental procedures people fear the most, implants.
Yomi is the first and only FDA-cleared robotic system for dental surgery. Through a combination of haptic feedback, intuitive visualization, and audio cues, Yomi helps doctors place implants with superior accuracy and precision.
Dental implant surgery is a process that can take months when traditional methods are used. But patients who choose to have implants placed with the help of Yomi can walk out with a restored smile the same day!
Experience the Ultimate in Dental Care with Yomi
Yomi is a computerized robotic navigational system that assists clinicians during preoperative and intraoperative phases of dental implantation surgery.
The system consists of a robotic arm, which is guided by the clinician at all times, a tracking arm that connects to the patient and follows their position in real time, like GPS, and an easy to use software suite, YomiPlan™
Through a combination of detailed digital planning and multi-sensory guidance of surgical instrumentation, Yomi helps doctors place implants with a high degree of precision, efficiency, and safety, so they can operate with confidence, expand their treatment offerings, and deliver an excellent patient experience.
What is Yomi?
Yomi allows for same-day implant surgery for candidate patients.
Yomi may allow your dentist to provide surgery with smaller incisions and no sutures.
Yomi helps your dentist plan and place your implant precisely for a return to dental function and a brilliant smile.
Less Pain & Faster Recovery
Improved operative efficiency and accuracy, and a minimally invasive approach leads to less pain and faster recovery.
“This is absolutely amazing from a technical aspect. Nobody wants to go to the dentist, but I’d even say my experience was enjoyable. It was seamless, it was painless for me, and most important, you helped me understand the technical aspect behind it. You guys are awesome, I appreciate you.” Gerard, Yomi patient
“Because of Yomi, my dental surgeon was able to do it all at once…it saved four month’s time and also the cost of having to come in for a second appointment. I’m very happy with the experience.” Kathleen, Yomi patient
"You can feel the technology and the quality of the machine. The haptic guidance is unbelievable. It’s like nothing else I’ve ever experienced.” Jody Griffin, DDS
“I’ve been placing implants for more than 30 years, and there’s no doubt in my mind that Yomi has set the standard for multi-implant cases.” Scotty L. Bolding, DDS, MS
“Robot-guided treatment is more predictable than freehand surgery, avoids the drawbacks of static guides, and enhances the patient experience by increasing confidence in restorative outcomes.” Ryaz Ansari, DDS
Dr. Mozes has been working in computer graphics and image-guided applications in start-up companies for nearly 20 years. As a principal engineer and one of the first 20 employees at MAKO Surgical Corp., he helped develop the software for their ground-breaking Rio system for orthopedic robotic surgery. Prior to MAKO Surgical Corp., he developed Emmy award-winning technology with Sportvision, Inc. in the area of real-time sports broadcast graphics. Dr. Mozes received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Miami and his B.S. and M.Eng. degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Mr. Salcedo has over a decade of experience in manufacturing and mechanical design for the medical device industry. He was a principal robotic design engineer for MAKO Surgical Corp. and was a key designer for the first concept as well as one of the main designers for the second generation systems to follow. Prior to that, Mr. Salcedo served as lead researcher for the Cardiovascular Engineering Center at Florida International University. Mr. Salcedo was also a senior manufacturing engineer for Calnetix Inc., the world leader in developing and manufacturing high speed electric motors and generators. Mr. Salcedo holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the Florida International University.
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