Dental Surgical Kit S-100

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SHIPPING COST
ESTIMATED DELIVERY TIME
TRACKING INFORMATION
USPS
Free
1–2 business days
Available
DHL Express
Free
5–10 business days
Available

We accept payments by Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, American Express), PayPal, Google Pay and Apple Pay.

All payment methods are secured with an SSL certificate and are completely secure. The website has been checked and protected by international data protection systems.

Please note that the returned item must not be damaged or used and must be sent in the original packaging. Returns can be initiated within 60 days of receipt.

Refunds are made no later than 5 business days from the date of receipt of the parcel at the company's warehouse.

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  1. Torial Yung

    The patient brought his crown – how to remove a broken screw from a dental implant in the right way? Thank you

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    • Vancouver-Dental

      Don’t panic everything is solved. There are several ways, but first, take a retinogram to see how long the screw fragment is left in the implant and if there is any misalignment. Arm yourself with a microscope or at least binocular glasses with at least 5x magnification.
      The good news is that the surface of the chip is always uneven and often there is a thread on the end of the chip that can be hooked.
      As a tool, I use a sharpened dental probe, I get a screwdriver with a slot width of 0.7-0.8.
      Regardless of whether the chip is moving, always use a lubricant. A lubricant for the tips of dental drills is suitable. Lubrication is important, even a moving piece can get stuck if you don’t use lube.
      If you can’t hook and unscrew the chip with a homemade screwdriver, you can try to cut a slot for a screwdriver on the end of the chip. For this, an ultrasonic drill with the thinnest nozzle is suitable. True, after this procedure, you will have to say goodbye to the nozzle and buy a new one.
      If simple methods do not help, you need a special kit to remove broken screws. Or direct the patient immediately to a colleague who has such a set.
      But I have not encountered the problem of broken screws for 4 years. Switched to a platform from Uniqa Dental, they make implants, abutments, and clinical screws from Grade 23 titanium alloy, which is more ductile and not as brittle as Grade 4 or even Grade 5. The screws do not break.

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    • Paintraina

      Prostho here. There should be no preload on this screw so it should be loose. I take a cotton swab with the wooden shank and break it. Then I use the broken wooden handle or the tip of the cotton swab to unscrew the screw. You will impress everyone with this.

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      • Doc. Marc

        There’s retrieval kits you can asl your rep about. I also use piezo on the top of the screw and the vibration can help loosen things a bit then back it out with an endo explorer. A microscope helps.

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