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No investment necessary.
Low annual fee and pay-per-use model.
No scan template required in CBCT.


New innovative drilling template design process.
Greater precision thanks to new 3D printing process.
No more errors in drilling table adjustment.


No more tedious mailing of CDs or dongles.
One-click online collaboration via Internet.
Intuitive software operation.
Now you can get all the benefits of Swissmeda solutions in a few simple steps. Without installing and learning software, you can send us all your data via the Web and recieve full service, including implant planning and surgical guides.
What users say about smop
Prof. Dr. Dr. Rolf Ewers, Vienna

One of my research interests is navigated surgery. The Smop planning system from Swissmeda is the answer we have been waiting for so long. 

Implant planning and the use of drilling templates is no longer reserved just for specialists.  

The system is so simple and logical that I have to recommend it for anyone who places implants. 

- Prof. Dr. Dr. Rolf Ewers, C.M.F. Institut Ges.m.b.H., Vienna

Dr. Beat Kurt, Luzern

I have been working with various systems for guided implantation planning and insertion for nearly 10 years. SMOP has provided software for two years that satisfies every requirement. 

We can barely remember the easy installation, because we immediately started planning cases at the first program launch without requiring a long introduction to the software. Of course, despite the fact that the software is very intuitive, you can get even more from it, by getting tips from the pros or by taking a training course. 

I especially liked that in addition to a conventional planning approach, there is now also an entirely digital workflow either for partially edentulous patients or through utilization of planning implants and the use of a printed splint. 

And let's not forget the interaction both with the support centre and with referral dentists or specialist colleagues. 

- Dr. med. dent. Beat Kurt, Zahnarztpraxis Dres. Kurt, Baumgartner & Brunner, Luzern

Stanley D. Satterfield, DMD, Athens, GA, USA

Swissmeda CBCT Implant Guided Surgery


“We have been using the Swissmeda (SMOP) CBCT guided implant surgery system since May 2013 and have used over 120 guides for single and multiple implant cases.”


“We are now placing essentially all dental implants (delayed and immediate) with 3D surgical guides for predictable outcomes surgically and prosthetically.”  These guides know where the sinus, nerve, roots, bone, soft tissue is, and where the future crown will be.  Therefore, you will minimize complications for your patients.  This is an invaluable asset for performing dental implant surgery. 


“We know this system will provide our patients with the best possible results and improve prosthetic and surgical planning among dentist, technicians, and the implant surgeon.”


“If you are serious about providing state of the art 3D guided implant surgery, this is a system you should strongly consider.”

Stanley D. Satterfield, DMD ~ November 2014

Dr. Pascal Marquardt, Cologne

I have been using template-guided implants for many years now and am very familiar with all of the systems. Swissmeda's new planning community is finally available to those of us providing treatment and is oriented towards our needs: 

It is much easier to use, the processes are fast and the new templates work great. 

- Dr. med. dent. Pascal Marquardt, Marquardt & Partner, Zahnärzte Marienburg, Cologne

Dr. Claudio Cacaci, Munich

The SMOP software from Swissmeda is very intuitively designed and very easy to use. The software is free, eliminating the need for making significant investment in a planning application. 

The only costs are the annual support and usage fee and the case-related costs that vary by the service. I have high expectations for this model and I am convinced that this will be the right way to implement this technology in the practice.   

The workflow is optimised considerably and the whole process can be organised much more practically compared to other systems. This eliminates all of the preparatory efforts and expenses for planning. All of the individual planning phases (in situ models, set-up / wax-up) can be saved digitally and integrated with x-ray data available through the platform. 

Many communication steps and creation of the scan templates in the lab are eliminated. From my perspective, the SMOP workflow is a much better method overall. There are no fees until all of the components fit and the patient gives the OK to proceed. For me, this is the practical way to use template-guided implants in the practice these days. 

- Dr. med. dent. Claudio Cacaci, Implantat Competence Centrum, Munich

Dr. Ayham Arab Oghli, Riad

First I want to thank your corporation. I inserted the implant in three patients using your surgical guide. It fits easily in the mouth and gives an excellent result. 

For one patient I used the template in the lab first to make two temporary crowns and they were nicely fitted to the implant in the patient mouth.   

- Dr. med. dent. Ayham Arab Oghli, Lasting Smile Dental Clinics, Riad, Saudi Arabia

Terry Fohey, Athens, Georgia, USA

Since becoming a SwissMeda, guided surgery center, my clients and patients are receiving more accurate and cost-effective implant dentistry. Our surgeons love the guides.

Terry Fohey, CEO NuCraft Dental Arts, Athens, Georgia, USA ~ September 2014

Dr. Michael Loden, Warner Robins, Georgia, USA

With the advent of Swissmeda's intuitive implant planning software, accompanied with Nucraft's ability to support the software and print highly accurate 3D guides, I can literally plan the surgical and prosthetic component of every implant case. Full collaboration between the surgeon, restorative dentist, and laboratory technician ,via one-click sharing on the internet, occurs PRIOR TO IMPLANT PLACEMENT. This game changing innovation provides remarkable predictability, and has eliminated prosthetic and economic "surprises" for every case.  

Dr. Michael Loden, DMD, Georgia, USA ~ January 2015

PD Dr. Ronald Jung, Zurich

As one of the leading universities in dentistry, we focus on identification and promotion of new approaches that significantly improve existing technologies and processes. 

We recognised early on that Swissmeda's template technology was just such an innovation. What should be emphasised is the new "light" construction method with the defined contact points and the option of printing these templates using 3D printing. 

Teamwork plays an increasingly significant role in improving the quality of planning and reducing costs. With its planning system, Swissmeda's provides an innovative solution for this. The server-based online system reduces the effort required for the exchange of design data to a mouse click. 

We are very satisfied with our use of SMOP planning system and can only support the further development of Swissmeda's digital planning. 

- PD Dr. med. dent. Ronald Jung, Zentrum für Zahnmedizin der Universität Zürich, Zurich

Dr. Matthias Müller, Hamburg

The perfect crown on the perfect implant is the goal of the dental-technical surgical team in modern dentistry. 

The online SMOP system provides a comprehensive tool to that end. The program enables the analysis of DICOM data, the combination with surface scan data from model scans and intraoral scanners, the precise planning of the prosthetic and implant position, the sharing of the results within the team and the all-digital design of navigation templates for guided implantation. 

All steps of the process are online-based and can be carried out simultaneously by the entire team. SMOP therefore provides a modern effective tool that optimises implantology and prosthodontics within the digital workflow of the team.

- Dr. med. dent. Matthias Müller, Privatpraxis Dr. Müller, Hamburg

Dr. Sigmar Schnutenhaus, Hilzingen

Safety, efficiency, convenience, patient comfort – these aspects are very important to me. I have been placing implants under surgical stent guidance for many years and can only warmly recommend this to all my colleagues. The swissmeda software has opened up a whole new world of navigated implant placement for me. 

The system is extremely stringently designed – you can almost physically sense all the clinical experience the developers brought to this project. The classic workflow of navigated implantology has been shortened and simplified significantly, eliminating numerous costly and time-consuming intermediate steps. CBCT – set-up – implant planning: these are the few steps needed for delicately yet high-precision surgical templates. 

For me, this is what modern oral implantology is all about. The procedure and results fully match my high expectations. At first, it almost felt as if this was my very own software, programmed specifically to suit me and my personal tastes. But when I heard how enthusiastic other dentists sounded, I quickly realized that this was simply because swissmeda has managed to deliver a highly practical solution. 

- Dr. med. dent. Sigmar Schnutenhaus, Hilzingen

ZTM Ralf Kräher-Grube, Hamburg

As a specialised dental laboratory for implant technology in Hamburg, we rely on quick, simple and easy communication with dentists and surgeons. 

The opportunities and the demand for high-precision drilling templates for guided implantology are evolving rapidly at the moment. We are only able to work efficiently and make templates quickly if the data exchange and the communication among the team -- that is -- between the surgeon and the treating physician -- is made quick and direct through the click of a mouse online, and if it can easily be implemented in everyday use. 

This is precisely what Swissmeda has done with its SMOP planning community. The ease of use and the fact that we no longer need expensive scan templates in advance also speak for this system: The entire process is a lot more efficient. I am absolutely convinced and highly recommend SMOP! 

- ZTM Ralf Kräher-Grube, Cuspidus Zahntechnik GmbH, Hamburg

Dr. Dr. David Schneider, Zurich

Universities develop new ideas and implement them in parallel to established solutions in the clinic. The subject-specific knowledge and capabilities are too limited at most clinics to implement digital innovations. 

We have found a competent partner in the new company, Swissmeda, who provided us with support for promising software projects. For example, in 2011 we collaborated on the development of software in order to be able to measure and evaluate volume changes in soft tissue structure. This software allows us to perform highly precise, reproducible and documentable assessments. We are currently using the software for various projects. 

The collaboration with Swissmeda has been very productive and fun too, for everyone involved. 

- Dr. med. Dr. med. dent. David Schneider, Zentrum für Zahnmedizin der Universität Zürich, Zurich

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575162 Planning cases completed so far
31 Countries, where the software is used
28923 3D templates printed at the Swissmeda Service Center in the last 6 months


Four simple steps to successful 3D implant planning and precise drilling templates


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Training course schedule
Stackable guides are coming!
We are proud to present “Stackable Guides”, the next generation of design software for complex and immediate loading cases! Visit us on E...
Doctor's choice of implants in SMOP
Today we’ve decided to talk to our SMOP community about such an important question as implant choice in SMOP. Everyone knows that SMOP has a big l...
New version 2.15.4 released!
Our team is pleased to announce that the new version of SMOP has been recently released. Have you checked it already?   SMOP has got new feat...
Materials for 3D printing, let’s look closer!
From our experience one of the most frequently asked questions from those who are interested in SMOP is: What kind of material is used to print the guid...
The first SMOP template and SMOP experience
Swissmeda team always wants to share the best experience with the users and with those who are interested to start with digital implant planning. &nb...
Plan to placement: a SMOP training course with a live patient in Bristol on the 29th of June 2018
On June, 28, our partner ImplantGuidePrint in association with Dentale firstly held a SMOP training course ‘’Plan to Placement’’...
Meet the new version of Smop 2.14.2 released!
Our team is constantly working to improve our products to better meet all your needs. Smop has always featured an intuitive interface and high quality. ...
Swissmeda at ORGS 2018
Swissmeda at ORGS 2018   Swissmeda participated in the Oral Global Reconstruction Symposium organised by Camlog in Rotterdam in April. Sever...
A new version of SMOP app 2.12 - what makes it different?
Our development team has made major framework updates that will result in a faster application and more timely updates in the future. In this versi...
Our system in Quintessenz Zahntech!
Quintessenz Zahntech, March 2017   "Effizienzsteigerung bei der Implantatbehandlung durch optimierten Workflow" Schober, Florian...
Smop now on Mac
We are excited to announce that Swissmeda 2.10 just launched on Mac. From now you can work on the same case in your office on a Windows computer and fin...
New Features and Bug Fixes
There have been a lot of changes and improvements since the last version. Here we will get you all up to speed on what has been done and what’s to...
Improved Case Management - “Shell”
The new smop shell has been redesigned, to make it easier to find and manage your cases. We invested a lot of time to speed up the shell, so reaction ti...
2 days advanced SMOP navigated implantology course in Budapest 12-13 June 2015
Smop’s Hungarian distributor, Merfol Ltd, organized a 2 days advanced course in Hungary presented by Dipl.-Ing. Florian Schober.   Besi...
Great start in Japan
The launch of smop in Japan took place in the middle of May.   Camlog Japan was about to start a smop service center in Tokyo and invited Ulf...
smop App now available on iTunes
The new smop App is now available for your iPad and iPhone! Visit the AppStore and download the most recent version of the smop App to you iPhone or iPa...
Advanced Course in Implant Dentistry in Atlanta, USA
Dr. Ronald Jung and Prof. Florian Schober presented a 2 Day Advanced Course in Implant Dentistry on May 15 & 16, in Buckhead.   We were v...
Visit smop at the IDS 2015 in Cologne!
smop will now be available for Mac, iPhone and iPad! You'll be able to surf the 3D layers, comment or approve planings and templates with the smop-A...
Neue Gruppe - Intensive implant planning workshop with live surgery in Cologne
In the wonderful surroundings of Dr. Pascal Marquardt's practice the "Neue Gruppe" hosted a 2-day-workshop. The participants worked on the...
Comprehensive 3-day-course with the first American group at the University Zurich
A large group of American dentists and specialists came to Zurich this September to participate in the renowned 3 day course on implant dentistry at the...
smop at the Camlog Congress in Valencia
PD Dr. Sebastian Kühl from Basel presented results of a study where he compares the accuracy of manually built drilling templates to the printed te...
Outstanding results with the new Camlog Guide system at a live surgery
At the intensive training "Computer aided implantology" in Munich with Dr. Claudio Cacaci the new Camlog drills were used in combination with ...
Dr. Schnutenhaus points out the advantages of guided implantology with smop
The sold-out training in Hilzingen (near Singen, Germany) was a successful event to show dentists and dental technicians the advantages of our smop-syst...
New release-version 2.7 of smop implant planning software
After our version 2.6 with the first version of the template-designer module, we were able to optimize the functionally and focus on an easier integrati...
Live Surgery with smop on IPI Praxistage in Munich
During the annual „IPI Praxistage“ in Munich on December 6th and 7th our smop System was being presented by local speakers. But the event&rs...
2nd workshop stent design module at Heller Dental-Technik, Öhringen
After our successful first user training of the new template-design module in summer, we carried out another intensive Introduction how to create drilli...
Outlook Future of Guided Implantology on Global Conference of MIS in Cannes
On the global conference 2013 of MIS in Cannes, Florian Schober from the University of Zurich lectured about the future of Guided Implantology. He provi...
Conference Digital Dentistry Applications for Implantology at University Complutense in Madrid
On the first weekend in June 2013 the University Complutense in Madrid organized the Conference "Digital Dentistry Applications for Implantology&qu...
New developments presented on IDS 2013: The first software for the virtual design of surgical templates, with open interfaces
On the IDS we presented our new module of the virtual design of surgical guides to the market. Service Partners and for example Dent...
smop on the yearly membership meeting of DGParo in Frankfurt
On the conference of the German Association of Periodontology (DGParo) in Frankfurt on Feb 2nd, 2013: PD Dr. Ronald Jung (left) (Center of Dental Medic...