Osteotomes

Ostetomes are the heart of Summers’ technique in implantology. Now you can use them with Magnetic Mallet, avoiding all disadvantages of the manual technique and, once you use them, they will become the pulsing heart of this technique.

The distinctive feature of the osteotome technique is that it allows to maintain all pre-existing bone; in fact, with this practice, you laterally compact the bone tissue as you internally proceed, therefore creating a stronger bone implant. Once you use osteotomes, they become your essential instruments in the upper maxilla surgery, but combined with Magnetic Mallet you will do any kind of dental surgery and practice.

The whole range of bone expanders/osteotomes, cutters and surgery instruments for Magnetic Mallet has been designed in collaboration with a brain trust and are the outcome of clinical tests and relevant feedback. All surgery instruments are available both in an autoclavable container or separately.

The surgeon will establish the suitability of each instrument according to the used implant system and to the practice to be carried out.

In our instruments the initial and final diameters are laser-marked on each piece to make osteotome organization and use easier. All instruments are made of A630 surgical grade stainless steel.

The spare instruments can be also ordered separately or in their autoclavable kit.

// 100

Suitable for bone augmentation and compression.
Available with 1,00 diameter

// 200

Suitable for bone augmentation and compression.
Available with 2,00 diameter

// 300

Suitable for bone augmentation and compression.
Available with 3,00 diameter

// 230

Suitable for augmentation of the implant site. Available with 2,30 mm diameter

// 330

Suitable for augmentation of the implant site. Available with 3,30 mm diameter

// 360

Suitable for augmentation of the implant site. Available with 3,60 mm diameter.

// P.Beaver

Fitted for the initial cut of the bone crest. Long 73,5 mm

// Cut

Designed for bone crest expansion.

// Ins

Instrument to insert the dental implant

// Extr1

Instrument for the abutment and root extraction

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