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Bone Pen Initial Guide Kit Demo Video
Note: Bone crest at the implant site is not always flat especially if multiple teeth are involved. If needed, bone trimmer is used to flatten narrow or knife edged bone crest.
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BonePen Kit Components
Note: BonePen Drills and Guides Ø are NOT indicated to replace conventional twist drills
The Guide Pins
The guide pins help measure both vertical height and horizontal distance. They also come equipped with a safety hole to prevent the patient from swallowing the guide (see instructions).
BonePen Kit Case
|Questions and Answers|
# Q: Is the Bone Pen Kit compatible with any implant system? Yes. Even though the Bone Pen Kit is now part of the Simple Implant System, and has been renamed to the Initial Guide Kit, it is compatible with any implant system. The drills, cups, and guides in the kit are NOT meant to replace any of the conventional twist drills that are part of every implant system. The Bone Pen Kit is simply used to help position the implants properly. After use of the kit, you can switch to the conventional 2.0 twist drill found in the Implant Surgical tray routinely used. # Q: How is the Bone Pen Guide Kit different than other Implant Guide Kits? While the Bone Pen guide kit is similar to other Implant Guide Kits, there are a few significant differences that make the kit unique and provide clinical advantages. These include: - The Pen drills in the Bone Pen Guide kit come equipped with a unique spring for more precise drilling. - The Guide Pins in the Bone Pen Guide Kit can be used to check the horizontal position/space and the vertical height via the pin marker. The Pin marker is compressed with biting force. Other guide systems only allow for horizontal positioning checks. The ability to check both horizontal space and vertical height is a key benefit of the Bone Pen Guide Kit. (See the image below) - The Bone Pen Guide Kit also includes a GBR Pen for collection of autogenous bone and a Bone Trimmer to flatten narrow or knife edged bone crest. Guide Pin Images
# Q: What is the bone trimmer that is part of the kit? Bone crest at the implant site is not always flat especially if multiple teeth are involved. The bone trimmer is used to flatten narrow or knife edged bone crest. Recommended speed of the bone trimmer is 1,000 RPM, 40 - 55 torque, with irrigation. Watch the video below. # Q: Which pen drill size should be used? The kit comes with 2 different sized drills that are attached to the Cups for drilling. There is a longer drill (33.0 L) and a shorter (30.5 L) Drill. The diameter of both drills are 2.8mm. The recommendation is to use the longer drill, if possible, because it will give the doctor better visual reference. However, a long drill can’t be used if there are not enough room to use it. In that case you would opt to use the shorter drill. The posterior molar areas are good examples of where you might use the shorter drill. # Q: How many times can each component in the kit be used? Depending on bone density, and assuming proper cleaning and sterilization, all the components in the kit can be used up to 30 times. # Q: What speed should be used for the Bone Pen? Recommended drill speed is 300-1,500 rpm with torque of 45-55Ncm with irrigation. You use high speed for dense bone and lower speed for soft bone. However, after significant experience with the kit, depending on the situation, you may also try 600 RPM without irrigation.
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Bone Pen Initial Guide Kit