Robotic Prosthesis Surgery

Computer-aided surgery is the basis of the robotic orthopedic applications that we are using today. The main objective is to create a virtual 3D model of the patient by MR or computed tomography, and to plan and even implement a virtual application of this initiative through this model. Thus, it is possible to suggest the targeted result to the patient by making the ideal plan before the application.

Since 1994, the computer-aided surgery has evolved to be used in orthopedic applications. Although only modeling and planning was targeted at the beginning, with the development of haptic technology and implant designs, robotic arm-controlled surgery has emerged.
 
Makoplasty expresses all the applications performed with robotic arms. Currently, total hip arthroplasty, unicondylar and total knee replacement surgeries are available with this robotic application.