Digital Guided Surgery Solution Now Available for All MIS Implant Systems

MIS has successfully launched two MGUIDE Surgical Kits for conical connection implants. This addition marks the completion of a full guided surgery solution.


The new Conical Connection MGUIDE Surgical Kits include all the drills and tools necessary for a simpler surgical procedure. The kits’ clear lay-out and colour-coded design is marked with the relevant dimensions, enabling dentists and their staff immediate recognition of the correct drill or tool required at any point in the process. These new kits are compatible with both C1 and V3 conical connection implants and complete the existing line of surgical kits, which includes MGUIDE Internal Hex. Surgical Set for standard sleeve and the Narrow Sleeve MGUIDE Kit.

MIS is leading this revolutionary field with its comprehensive answer to the critical question: How can dental professionals leverage digitally guided surgery to minimise risk of failure and ensure absolute precision and optimal aesthetic results when implanting?

Mr. Barak Kab, project manager for MIS MCENTER Digital Dentistry Solutions, believes that “the answer MIS provides is simple: 1 workflow. 1 procedure. 1 contact person. From planning with the MSOFT software, through to MGUIDE – Our guided surgery system and to provisional restoration using MLAB CAD-CAM prosthetic solutions, there is no other provider covering the entire spectrum.”

Unlike all other guided surgery services offered by other manufacturers, MIS workflow is created and followed by only one provider. All steps in the procedure – from planning to printing personalised surgical templates and customised bridges & abutments – are handled by one source.

MIS MCENTERs around the world take the patient information sent to them and transform it into all that is necessary for the dental practitioners to perform implant surgery and provide patients with a “full smile solution”.

Having all components of the process and workflow in one place enables the MCENTER team to view each case in a “top-down design”. This means starting from the desired aesthetic result and drilling down to each and every detail involved in planning a safer, more accurate surgical procedure which, at the end of the process, means less chair time and fewer adjustments or repairs.