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Instruments Surgical

The instruments produced by Dentoflex aggregate a history of quality and committment. The company is pioneer in the introduction of new materials and technologies in the area, offering reliable solutions that bring safety to the surgeries.

The best raw materials in the market are used adding high resistance to corrosion, great finishing and excelent durability.

  1. Daptor for pre-assembled implant

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used together with all pre-assembled implants
• Recommended for total insertion of the implant or only the finalization
• Available in two lengths (longer version projected for procedures with adjacent implants or between natural teeth)



  2. Separator with bränemark - handle type

• Stainless steel
• Recommended to separate superior and inferior lips, both for photos and implant
procedures




  3. Langenback separator

• Used to separate tissues in the mandible ascendent branch region in orthognatic
surgeries


  4. Mento separator obwegeser

• Used to separate tissues in the mentual symphysis region


  5. Separador de sheperd

• Stainless steel
• Used to move away the remnant in the posterior region of maxilla
• To protect the maxillary sinus membrane during the elevation

  6. Obwegeser inverted separator

• Used to separate the tissues of the mentual symphysis


  7. Obwegeser branch separator

• Used to separate tissues in the mandible ascendent branch region in orthognatic
surgeries


  8. Straight lecluse lever

• Stainless steel
• Used in exodontia
• T-shape handle to make handling easier


  9. Right winter lever

• Stainless steel
• Used in exodontia
• T-shape handle to make handling easier






10. Left winter lever

• Stainless steel
• Used in exodontia
• T-shape handle to make handling easier







11. Osseous beater and condenser

• Stainless steel
• Promotes the fracture of the osseous window
• Condenses the bone grafted on the maxillary sinus

12. Circular bistoury for counter-angle

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Developed to cut the gingival tissue that covers the implant during the 2nd Surgical
Phase
• Recommended for cases with little gingiva
• Available in sizes 3,6; 4,0; 4,2; 4,6 and 5,1mm


13. Spacing conical bur

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Diameter and length markings on the bur shaft
• External irrigation
• Available in the following diameters: 3,75; 4,30; 5,00 and 6,0mm
• Available in the following diameters: 10,0; 11,5; 13,0 and 15,0mm


14. Countersink bur

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Laser cortical marking: 4,10 and 5,00mm
• Contour of the osseous crest for the regular occlusal table adaptation of the
implants HE: 3,25; 3,75; 4,00; 4,50 and 5,00mm
• External irrigation


15. Helicoid lance bur 2.3mm

• Enables initial perforation until the planned depth
• External irrigation
• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Laser cortical marking: 7,0; 8,5; 10,0; 11,5; 13,0; 15,0; 17,0 and 18,0mm

16. Trephine burs

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Available in two lengths: short, for removal of osseous graft and long for removal of
implants
• Laser markings
• Marcaciones con láser

17. Tri-helicoid bur

•Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Laser cortical marking: 7,0; 8,5; 10,0; 11,5; 13,0; 15,0; 17,0 and 18,0mm
• Triple cut on the tip
• External irrigation
• Available in the following diameters: 2,6; 2,9; 3,2; 3,4; 3,7; 4,0; 4,2; 4,5 and 5,0mm

18. Traight fixed “T” wrench

• Stainless steel
• Square groove for adaptation in all intermediaries, assemblers and adaptors
• Recommended for manual procedures of the implants in the anterior regions




19. Ratchet wrench

• Stainless steel
• Used to continue the procedures after having stabilized the implant with the plastic wrench
• Can be used with the intermediaries, assemblers and adaptors

20. Counter-torque wrench

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used to transport the esteticone to the mouth without displacement, making easier to control the component during the procedures



21. Screwdriver

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for screws with groove
• Available in short, medium and long sizes

22. Angular fixed wrench

• Stainless steel
• Developed to firmly hold the assembler in order to remove it from the implant
• Angulation allowing for easy access in partially edentulous cases

23. Hexagonal wrench 0.9mm

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for screwing cover implants of external hexagon
• Available in two lengths: short and medium
• Available also for torque meter and counter- angle



24. Hexagonal wrench 1.2mm

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for screwing implant covers of internal hexagon, healers, assemblers and some prosthetic components with hexagonal groove
• Available in three lenghts: short, medium and long
• Available also for torque meter and counter-angle


25. Esteticone wrench

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for screwing the esteticone central screw
• Available in short, medium and long sizes and also for torque meter





26. Wrench for o-ring

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for ball trunnion screwing
• Available in short, medium and long sizes and also for torque meter





27. Wrench for close moulder transfer

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for screwing the closed moulder transfer screw




28. Square wrench 1.3mm

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for screwing of components which have square fixation screw
• Available in three lengths: short, medium and long
• Available also for torque meter and counter-angle



29. Bayonet chisel

• Stainless steel
• Used to demarcate the bone window to be extracted in case of very thin osseous
cortical
• Recommended for the maxillary posterior region

30. Sheehan chisel

• Stainless steel
• Used for osteotomy around the mentual nerve of the inferior alveolar


31. Chisel for osseous crest

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Bibeveled tip
• Used to separate the osseous boards
• Includes plastic cover for noise reduction

32. Block detaching chisel

• Used to detach osseous block in grafts in the mentual symphysis region



33. Straight chisel

• Stainless steel
• Used to demarcate the bone window to be extracted in case of very thin osseous
cortical

34. Digital rotatory chisel

• Stainless steel
• Developed to be used in the 2nd Surgical Phase, detaching the bone that is slightly covering the implant
• It has a leading pin that fits in the implant cover



35. Reil shears

• Stainless steel
• Used to cut osseous block in graft surgeries



36. Osseous colector

• Recommended to collect autogenous bone during surgery
• Kit with: collector piece in anodized aluminium, 5 nylon bolters; silicon hose with 1,5m length; 2 stainless steel adaptors for the sucker pump and blood aspirator in stainless steel
• The whole system is autoclavable

37. External irrigation kit

• Body in anodized aluminium and silicon hose
• Recommended for ancillary irrigation independently of the engine
• Manual control of serum flow quantity
• Its angular tip allows the serum jet to be directed to all necessary directions
• The whole system is autoclavable

38. Curettes

• Stainless steel
• Used to separate and elevate the maxillary sinus membrane


39. Molt separator 2/4

• Stainless steel
• Used to separate remnants in implantodontic and periodontal surgeries


40. Dissector separator

• Stainless steel
• Used to dissect the mentonian nerve
• It measures the anterior lug (looping of
the mentual nerve)

41. Special separator

• Stainless steel
• Used both to separate the remnant, during the separation of the maxillary sinus
membrane and also the nasal fossa

42. Nerve expositor nr. 1

• Stainless steel
• Used to remove osseous tissue and expose nerves


43. Expositor de nervio num. 2

• Stainless steel
• Used to remove osseous tissue and expose nerves


44. Long hook for nerve derivation

• Stainless steel
• Used to separate nerves


45. Short hook for nerve derivation

• Stainless steel
• Used to separate nerves


46. Direction indicator

• Titanium
• Direction guide in multiple subsequent implantations
• Available in two lengths: short (posterior) and long (anterior)


47. Instruments for derivation of the inferior alveolar nerve

DERIVATION OF THE INFERIOR ALVEOLAR
NERVE
• Following the appropriate anesthesia of the inferior alveolar nerve, the mandible
lateral side is exposed in the usual manner.
• The mentual nerve is identified by using the burs and the Sheehan chisel.
• A window in bone is made, distant from de mentual nerve and parallel to the inferior
alveolar nerve.
• The osteotomy is conducted until the mandibular channel.
• Once the mandibular channel is identified, the osseous tissue surrounding the
inferior alveolar nerve is carefully removed by using the nerve expositors.

• These instruments are used to expose and leave the inferior alveolar nerve free.
• When the inferior alveolar nerve is exposed, the hooks for nerves will be used to move and separate the nerves.
• The nerve retractor is place behind the inferior alveolar nerve and a silicon strip is introduced in the retractor orifice. The silicon strip is placed behind the inferior alveolar nerve, conducting to outside of the mandibular channel and leaving the retractor orifice.
• The silicon strip acts as a retractor, once the inferior alveolar nerve is lateralized.
• The implants are positioned in the usual manner.
• Any autogenous bone available or graft material is placed surrounding the implants.
• The inferior alveolar nerve is placed back in its place in the mandibular channel.
• The surgery site is covered with a lamina of bone or any other type of absorbable membrane.

48. Instruments for membrane fixation

• Case, tong and hammer in stainless steel; tacks in titanium
• Recommended for fixation of absorbable or non-absorbable membranes








49. Instruments for maxillary sinus elevation

MAXILLARY SINUS ELEVATION
• After local anesthesia, the cavity floor is identified by using Transilumination, i.e. the photopolimerizator’s light or strong LED light of the dental clearer.
• After striking the remnant, with the Sheperd Separator, the mucosa is separated.
• The floor’s lateral portion is osteotomized 1 or 2 mm above the floor, using a diamond tip no. 6 or 8. The osteotomization can be of any kind provided it gives adequate access. It is recommendable that the osteotomization is executed in parallel to the sinus floor and separate the membrane without perforating it.
• Using the sinus curettes, the lateral osteotomization of the maxillary wall is displaced as a hinge (or a “garage
door”) to make a cavity for the osseous graft and a new floor for the sinus.
• The implant alveoli are made by using adequate techniques. The maxillary sinus membrane must be protected
during the procedure with the Sheperd separator.
• After the alveoli are ready, any available autogenous bone must be collected. The autogenos bone must be mixed
with plaquettes rich plasma. This graft is put against the sinus medial wall.
• The implants are inserted after the sinus medial portion is grafted. The osseous graft is then put against the
maxilla’s anterior and posterior wall, molding the osseous graft around the implants.
• Once the implants are placed, the lateral portion of the surgery is firmly compacted with graft using the beater/
condenser.
• The mucosa remnant is repositioned in its place, and the incision is closed with interrupted suture (Vicryl suture is
recommended).
• The patient is instructed not to blow his/her nose for two weeks. If necessary, a nasal decongestant should be
used.

50. Intermediary for ratchet

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for implants of internal hexagon without assembler.
• Available in two lenghts: short and long



51. Metallic hammer

• Stainless steel
• Used together with the beater and the osseous condenser and with the straight and bayonet chisels

52. He assemblers

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used to place the implant by ratchet
• Available in two lengths (longer version projected for procedures with adjacent implants or between natural teeth)
• Screw of hexagonal groove 1,20mm and screwdriver
53. Hi assemblers

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used to put the implant by ratchet
• Available in two lengths (longer version projected for procedures with adjacent implants or between natural teeth)
• Screw of hexagonal groove 1,20mm and screwdriver

54. Bur obtainer

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Laser marking on length: 13,0; 15,0; 17,0mm
• Recommended for dense cortical bone
• Available for ratchet and counter-angle

55. Conic bur obtainer

• Staineless steel with thermal treatment
• Diameter and length markings on each obtainer shaft
• External irrigation
• Available in the following diameters: 3,75; 4,25; 5,00 and 6,0mm

56. Osteotomes of summers – compactors

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Recommended for elevation of the maxillary sinus, rim expansion and local future
preparation
• Its concave and cutting tip enables to cut, carry and push the bone, decreasing the
risk of tearing the membrane
• Includes plastic cover for noise reduction

57. Modified osteotomes of summers – expanders

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Recommended for rim expansion, its tip permits expansion rim in the region of the anterior maxilla with little osseous thickness
• Includes plastic cover for noise reduction



58. Conical expander osteotomes

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used as a replacement for the conical bur in the finalization of the alveolus preparation
for the instalation of the conical implant in the region of the anterior maxilla with little osseous thickness
• Includes plastic cover for noise reduction

59. Bone partitioner

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for partitioning the osseous block
• With tempered tip


60. Dingman tong

• Stainless steel
• Used to hold the osseous block in the receiving area, during the fixation of the osteosyntesis screws or graft




61. Thickness meter tong

• Stainless steel
• Used to measure osseous thickness






62. Tong for bone of Ruskin

• Stainless steel
• Used for osteotomy in implantodontic and buccomaxillary facial surgeries



63. Implant holder tong

• Stainless steel
• Tip with titanium nitride treatment
• Specifically recommended for handling implants for assembler coupling



64. Membrane holder tong

• Used to hold the membrane during the procedures of guided tissue regeneration



65. Smith tong

• Stainless steel
• Used in osseous graft, mainly in the retromolar area, to perform the fracture of the osseous block to be grafted


66. Osseous graft holder

• Stainless steel
• Used to carry the osseous graft until de maxillary sinus and fill it


67. Assembler holder

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Developed for the procedures with preassembled implants with counter-angle



68. Implant positioners 5mm

• Stainless steel
• Used to verify the position of the unitary dental implants


69. implant positioners 7mm

• Stainless steel
• Used to give parallelism of multiple dental implants



70. Iimplant positioners 12mm

• Stainless steel
• Used to give parallelism of multiple dental implants


71. Dappen pot with cover

• Stainless steel
• Recommended for manipulation of grafts
• With two cavities: shallow and deep, and the cover can fit in both sides



72. Bur extender

• Stainless steel with thermal treatment
• Used for perforations between adjacent teeth
• Lock of bur with screw of hexagonal groove

73. Nr.1 short nerve retractor

• Stainless steel
• Used to separate nerves


74. Nr. 2 long nerve retractor

• Stainless steel
• Used to separate nerves


75. Calibrated sound

• Titanium
• Used for measurement of the surgical alveolus and as a center to center distance
marker of two implants.
• Laser marking: 7,0; 8,0; 10,0; 11,5; 13,0; 15,0; 17,0 and 18,0mm


76. Torque meter

• Stainless Steel with thermal treatment
• Available in three models:
C – Surgical
P – Prosthetic
                                       CP – Surgical-Prosthetic


77. Bone crusher

• Used in the preparation of crushed bone through osseous block to be used in grafts
• Stainless steel
• High resistance blade for any kind of bone
• Ratchet system that makes handling easier






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