Used in dental osteotomy for shaping and condensing bone, typically when performing a dental implant surgical procedure. The dentist can use a surgical mallet to manually impart an impacting force to the proximal end of the instrument. It can have a straight or bayonet-shaped handle and a pointed, round or concave tip at the distal end, which may be marked with various graduations according to different dephts. Used for ridge expansion, bone condensiation and sinus floor elevation procedures.
6 – 8 – 11 – 15 mm – Bone pusher for the apical condensation of bone material and/or autogenous bone and/or bone graft fragments on the implant cavity.
- Nom Instrument: [ø4.2mm (ø0.17in)]
- Matériel Pointe: Acier Inoxydable
- Manche: Rond, Dentelé
- Matériel Manche: Acier Inoxydable