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Dr Preeti Sharma1 , Dr Manish Kumar2 , Dr Zeeshan Khan3 , Dr Shivansh Shekhar4 , Dr. Meghna Mehta5 , Mrs. Shailja Srivastava6
» doi: 10.48047/ecb/2023.12.9.213


Introduction: There is an ever-expanding drive to improve treatment outcomes. Robotics has contributed to a wide spectrum of enterprises, from vehicle assembling to space investigation with no exception to the field of medical sciences and its incessant drive for the enhancements of surgical procedure. Objective:The objective of this article is to diagram the historical framework of robotics in oral and maxillofacial surgery, and detail the operating room procedures along with its outcome. Issues of cost-adequacy and patient worthiness will likewise be talked about. Results and Conclusion: Robotics in oral and maxillofacial surgery has appeared to abbreviate hospital stays, decline entanglement rates and permit specialists to perform better with finer skills when contrasted with the conventional procedures. These advantages must be adjusted against expanded intraoperative times, huge money related expenses, and the expanded preparing trouble related with the training associated with robotics techniques. The results of such the cost-benefit evaluation seem to vary depending on the procedure being conducted. It is trusted that with the huge scope, randomized, imminent clinical preliminaries in progress, and an ever-growing examination base, a significant number of the exceptional inquiries encompassing robotics will be replied in near future. Review criteria: We searched MEDLINE and Google Scholar using the terms ‘robotics in oral and maxillofacial ‘robotic surgery’, ‘robot-assisted surgery’, and ‘robotic-assisted surgery’ and manually searched references to identify papers in the English language.

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