“I first came across IGP several years ago when first incorporating digital workflows: they ticked several boxes for me letting me find my way carefully and sensibly through the mad and quickly changing landscape of digital implantoloy that is now normal for most of us.
At no point have I ever felt unsupported and it has always been easy to communicate with their highly professional team that are able to support virtually all problems from technical to clinical.
The guides printed are a fantastic quality and have helped with any case they’re used for; from single units to full arch cases.
All these factors combined, they account for a brilliant service and product of incredibly good value and I could only recommend them to anyone who wants to get started in guided implant surgery.”
“After being slightly skeptical about the implant guide print, I am fully impressed and convinced now. It was very strange at first to hand over trust and control to the guide and without a flap, it felt odd to be unable to see the outline and formation of bone. However, it was very easy and so much less traumatic for the patient that I love using it now. My patient was impressed and happy, he went out for dinner the same evening and to a wedding the day after, with no pain or swelling. He didn’t need any painkillers either!”
Dr Antonia Salzl
“Just wanted to let you know that my surgery proceeded like clockwork today thanks to your guide. Everything fitted perfectly and I very much like the design of the SMOP guide.”
Dr Andrew Hall
“Ever since I have been using the SMOP software to create my digital guides it has improved predictability and comfort for the patient. Most of my surgeries are now performed flapless, with minimal to no discomfort to the patient. Surgery time is almost half, thereby improving my profitability. The customer service and care at IGP is second to none, with staff assisting you every step of the way. I could never go back to implant surgery before SMOP and I would highly recommend the use of it for all implant surgeries.”
Mrs Dee Gawley