ThinLayer® Guides work with standard drills, require no upfront cost, and begin at less than $250 per case.
- Surgical accuracy, confidence, and time-savings
- Restorative-driven implant planning based on future tooth position
- Visibility of the surgical site and easy access for flap exposure
- Use in posterior sites: same vertical clearance as freehand drilling
- Guides fit the teeth tightly, with excellent retention and stability
- Depth control via disposable drill stops that fit your drills
Easy and inexpensive to try
- No upfront cost: free planning software and custom drills stops
- Compatible with all implant systems and most standard drills
- Short learning curve, supported by free 1-1 training sessions
- Plan cases yourself (free) or ask our help ($100-250/case)
- $249 for single-implant guide (plus $50 each additional site)
- Money back if not useable for any reason
The ThinLayer® Drill Guide System is designed to make guided surgery technically and economically feasible for all implant surgeons. Guides start at under $250 per case and there is no upfront cost to use the system: the planning software is free, and the custom drill stops are compatible with all implant systems and most drills. New customers have a short learning curve and are supported by free 1-1 training sessions. Dentists can use the CBCT Locator to find qualified scan centers.
3D implant planning is restorative-driven, with virtual visualization of the bone, soft tissue, and adjacent and opposing teeth. Plans are based on models, a patient CBCT scan, and a simple scan appliance that incorporates fiducial markers. The protocol delivers accurate data merges regardless of radiographic scatter and without the need for data conversion, data modification, or lab-made stents.
Each case includes a ThinLayer® Guide and a ThinLayer® Tube Guide, plus disposable drill stops for depth control. The drill guides fit snugly and provide visibility of the surgical site for flap reflection or flapless surgery. The ThinLayer® Guide can be used in posterior sites, requires no more vertical space than freehand drilling, and offers the ability to change the entry point at surgery, if needed.