Testimonials


I very rarely get impressed by different dental devices, but this piece of machinery is fantastic, especially for extractions, removal of cemented constructions, sinus lifts and implant site preps. I see it as “must-have” at your departments. This is just a strong recommendation to perform our work easier and more efficient.”

Dr B. Friberg – Associate Professor at Brånemark Clinic / Gothenburg – Sweden
September 2015

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I found the Magnetic Mallet an incredibly useful addition to my armamentarium. I used the instrument mainly in the preparation of osteotomies in the posterior maxilla for indirect elevation of the Schneiderian membrane and I found much easier to keep the correct positions and angulation of the osteotomes. Patients feedback regarding eventual discomfort was very encouraging and based on my clinical observations I would have no objection in endorsing this product as I can see it being an integral part of my practice.”

Dr Kia Rezavandi – BDS, MSc (Lond), MRD RCS (Eng) / Specialist in Periodontics – United Kingdom
July 2015

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"“I really like to use the Magnetic Mallet. This is a great tool that the chisel and the hammer high tech version. In the oral surgery operating room it became a standard equipment.”

Dr. Gaspar Lajos - Hungary
November 2014
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"Thanks to Magnetic Mallet it’s possible to execute mini sinus lift in a simpler way as you can have the immediate implant positioning, where it’s suitable, obtaining such way a faster recovery path; this also allows to avoid the execution of other more invasive surgeries ,such as a sinus lift, which oblige to have the implant insertion after 6 months from the surgery. "

Dr. L. Arduini - Italy
June 2014
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"Magnetic Mallet is a totally innovative device for implantology which essentially changed our work and the way we’re selecting the clinical case. Before using Magnetic Mallet we used to carefully select the more suitable patient to be undertaken to mini sinus lift due to disease caused by osteotomes percussion. We usually choose young highly motivated patients predisposed to accept such an invasive procedure. After three years since we use Magnetic Mallet we undertake to crestal ridge expansion, mini sinus lift,post-extractive implants and implants procedures any kind of patient, irrespectively from his age and his being cooperative, because everybody’s suitable for the technique to be submitted to.”

Dr. L. Arduini – D. Zuccaro - Italy
June 2014
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“Very good initial stability of implant due to packing bone rather than removing the bone as with other systems. Automatic correction of buccal alveolar bone defects when preparing the site. This overcomes a major obstacle in esthetic implant surgery."

Dr. A. Celik – Spain
September 2013
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For the operator the advantages of using Magnetic Mallet, compared to traditional techniques, are: maximum respect of bone tissues, highest intra-surgery precision, best operating speed without any eating of the tissues and the possibility to position implants with a bone reduced volume.”

Dr. R. Crespi – Italy
July 2012

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Prof. G. Bruschi
"I used Magnetic Mallet since eight months and it has immediately become one of the key elements in the surgery room outfitting. The instrument perfectly performs the function it was designed for, which is to make more acceptable for the patient all the maneuvers to be carried out in order to obtain the bone structure division and modification and, if needed, to extend it in a way of creating a surgical alveolus for the implant accommodation. Using Magnetic Mallet and its various instruments it’s now possible to perform, with a great control and a high threshold of acceptance by the patient, the maneuvers necessary to get both horizontal and vertical bone expansion in the patient site or in the sites that should accommodate the implant."

Prof. G. B. Bruschi - Italy
March 2012
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"The most evident difference was the patient compliance, especially among those who had been previously treated, in other sites, with a traditional technique. They have significantly appreciated both the lower invasiveness of the used technique and the lesser discomfort caused by the hits delivered to the bone interface."

Prof. A. Baruffaldi - Italy
March 2012

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