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- Short-term failures can be attributed to a process called osseointregation where healing in the bone has not occurred.
- Long-term failures can occur after healing and the implant is integrated into the bone. The most common and most difficult long-term failure to treat is called peri-implantitis.
Removal of Failed Implant Without Using Trephine Drill
- Atraumatic removal of failed implants
- Minimizes bone trauma
- Compatible with most implant systems in the market
Implant Removal Kit -Tray Components
The Implant Removal Kit offers effective instrumentation for removal of failed implants from multiple systems with minimal tissue injury.
Compatible with 3.5 mm to 8 mm implant sizes
Implant Removal Screw
Color-Coded for easy identification and placement
Includes three lengths: Short (7 mm), Medium (12 mm), Long (17 mm)
Implant Removal Kit
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