Bone Expander Drills Kit

Bone Expander Drills Kit

Regular Price: $599.00

Special Price $299.00

Bone expander drills are an alternative to osteotomes for the expansion and condensing of the atrophic mandible and maxilla. Expanders are also an alternative to the maxillary sinus elevation technique. New Concave bone expander option for the crestal approach sinus lift.

  • Available as Convex or Concave (for sinus lifts)
  • 5 color-coded bone expanders (2.6, 3.0, 3.4, 3.8 and 4.3mm), plus Pilot Drill: 2.0mm Pilot Drill and Saw
  • Connector: Ratchet Wrench Connector (Adaptor 1),Latch Style Handpiece Connector (Adaptor A)
  • Thumb Knob: For manual, finger usage 
  • Use With Ratchet Wrench Or Low Speed Handpiece
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Regular Price: $599.00

Special Price $299.00


Bone Expander Kit Components

Expanders are also an alternative to the maxillary sinus elevation technique. Expanders are driven into the bone with a ratchet wrench or low speed hand piece. This decreases the surgical trauma of osteotomes. Bone expanders (2.3, 2.7, 3.1, 3.5, 4.3 and 5.1mm) improve the clinical success by improving stability, maintaining bone density and increasing fixation. Each screw had 4 score marking at 10mm, 8mm, 6mm and 4mm.


Bone Expander Kit Instructions


This kit may be autoclaved. Follow the sterilizer manufacturer's recommended procedure while observing the following cautions:


  • Do not exceed 275° (175°C)
  • Do not submerge in any solution
  • Do not use ultrasonic devices
  • Do not autoclave for extended periods of time (i.e. overnight)

Extended autoclaving should not be confused with repeated autoclaving. Repeated autoclaving will not harm the product.

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Customer Reviews

Great kit to have around Review by Dr. B
The bone expander kit is a great kit to have handy. When the bone is soft, the expanders work well. You can leave them in place and take radiographs for length and angle determination without the need to tie a string. Also, you eliminate the chance of dizziness or tinnitus from malleting on the osteotomes. Still, you may want to keep your osteotomes, as they are useful for the intial raising of the sinus floor in an internal lift. (Posted on 2/22/2017)