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The following illustrates how to insert 10mm fixtures (HG III Ø 4.0mm) into hard bones. For safe and successful fixture placement, read carefully and follow this guide.
  • Using a lance drill at 1500rpm, pierce the cortical bone and determine the fixture position.
  • The thickness and density of the cortical bone can be estimated during drilling.
  • Use the same length drill as the fixture code.
  • Drill to the bottom of the laser marking. If proximal teeth are in the way, use the drill extension.
  • If a long stopper drill is used in the posterior, a drill extension may not be necessary. In the case of edentulous jaw or no proximal teeth, a short stopper drill will be useful.
  • Set the drill speed at 1,500rpm. Accompany the drilling with irrigation and pumping in order to keep the heat down from friction. Be aware that faster drill speeds with produce more heat.
  • In case the drill is stuck in the bone during the procedure, reverse the engine rotation to take the drill out and try drilling again.
  • Check the drill depth and floor condition after Ø2.0mm drilling.
※ The lower outline serves as the baseline of the laser marking. To distinguish the lengths clearly, the 10mm and 11.5mm levels are marked in bold line.
  • Check orientation.
  • If applicable, take a radiograph to verify correct direction.
  • In the middle part, the diameters become Ø4, Ø5, and Ø6. Therefore, the insertion distance of the fixture and collar diameter of the abutment to be connected can be estimated.
※ Note: Insert dental floss into the hole in the middle part to prevent the patient from swallowing the pin.
  • Use the same length and diameter drill as the fixture code.
  • Drill to the bottom of the laser marking. If proximal teeth are in the way, use the drill extension.
  • Set the drill speed at between 800rpm and 1,200rpm, depending on the bone substance. (Recommended : 800rpm)
  • Accompany the drilling with irrigation in order to keep the heat down from friction.
  • Use the same length and diameter drill as the fixture code.
  • Drill to the bottom of the laser marking. If proximal teeth are in the way, use the drill extension.
  • Drill to the bottom of the laser marking. If proximal teeth are in the way, use the drill extension.
  • Set the drill speed at between 800rpm and 1,200rpm, depending on the bone substance. (Recommended : 800rpm)
  • Accompany the drilling with irrigation in order to keep the heat down from friction.
  • Use the same application drill as the fixture code.
  • Drill to the bottom of the laser marking. If proximal teeth are in the way, use the drill extension. Set the drill speed at 800rpm.
  • It is used only very hard bone (D1).
  • Accompany the drilling with irrigation in order to keep the heat down from friction.
  • For the case of Pre-mounted fixture package, connect the mount driver to the fixture mount and pick up the fixture.
  • To avoid dropping position the fixture upward when moving to the oral cavity.
  • After setting the maximum torque of engine to 40Ncm, start inserting the fixture. If the engine is stopped, connect the fixture mount to the Mount extension and place fixture to final depth using the Ratchet wrench.
  • Do not to apply too much torque when inserting the fixture with the Ratchet wrench. If a squeaking noise is heard from the bone while inserting the fixture, take the fixture out and try inserting again.
Caution: If the insertion torque of 50Ncm or more is applied, bone necrosis may occur, or the mount may not separate, due to too much pressure. Never use the hand piece as the Ratchet wrench after the hand piece is stopped.
  • First, use the 1.2 Hex hand driver to loosen the mount screw. If the screw is undetachable, use the 1.2 Hex torque driver with the Ratchet wrench or the 1.2 Hex machine driver with a hand piece.
  • When the primary stability of the fixture is poor and it tends to rotate back, hold the mount octa with an open wrench and loosen the mount screw.
  • If the mount cannot be detached after the mount screw is separated, use the Removal tool.
  • Pick up the Cover screw on the bottom of the fixture ampoule with the 1.2 Hex hand driver. In this case, applying ophthalmic ointment to the driver can improve its holding strength.
  • Make sure that the Cover screw is positioned upward to prevent it from falling and move to the oral cavity. Take caution to prevent the patient from swallowing the Cover screw.
  • Fix the Cover screw with a force of 5~8Ncm.
  • After fastening the Cover screw, suture the gingiva.
  • For the one-stage surgery, connect the healing abutment before suturing the gingiva.