The surgical set includes all kinds of equipment you may need during the operation.
You can transfer the implant to the implant site you prepared, either by hand, with a ratchet, or with your implant motor. The longer hand driver, which enhances success and ease of use, provides more comfort to dentists, especially when working on lower quality (D3-D4) bones in the maxillary area.
The ratchet design, which stands out with its special monoblock production with titanite coating, allows for easy cleaning and safe use and can meet high sterilization conditions.
IMPLANT DRILLS AND PARALEL PINS
|2 mm Pilot Drill with Stoper|
|L: 6 mm|
|L: 8 mm|
|L: 10 mm|
|L: 11.5 mm|
|L: 13 mm|
|Ø 2.4 / 2.8|
|Ø 2.8 / 3.2|
|Ø 3.2 / 3.6|
|Ø 3.6 / 3.9|
|Ø 4.0 / 4.5|
The burs produced with Carbon and Titanite coating technology prevent corrosion compared to burs produced from different raw materials, and by reducing the friction coefficient, this coating increases sharpness and surface hardness. While these advantages extend the life of the bur, it also prevents micro-necrosis areas that may occur in preparation sites where burs contact the bone.
CORTICAL BONE DRILLS
Depths are indicated by the laser marking method on this black coating surface. While depth lines can be seen very clearly on the coating, pilot burs are designed with stoppers for safe and easy surgery.
SURGICAL SET TOOLS
FROM HAND DRIVER TO OSTEOTOME
You can make the osteotomy compatible with your implant and create solutions for cases with insufficient bone (sinus lifting) using the hand driver adapter and parallel pins that perfectly fit one another.
Mount the adapter on the hand driver.
Mount the parallel pin on the hand driver with the adapter, the part to be placed in the cavity facing forward.
You can safely use your osteotomy surgical tool that is compatible with your implant drill and implant system.