Why Some Implants Fail?

Dental implant failure can occur for several reasons including significant bone loss, peri-implantitis, and poor placement/aesthetics.
  • 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

Designed With Patients In Mind

 
  • Designed for atraumatic removal of fail implants
  • The Implant Removal Kit offers effective instrumentation for removal of failed implants multiple systems with minimal tissue injury

 

Implant Removal Kit - Tray Components

The Implant Removal Kit offers effective instrumentation for removal of failed implants from multiple systems with minimal tissue injury.

Implant Remover

Implant Remover

Compatible with 3.5 mm to 8 mm implant sizes

Implant Removal Screw

Implant Removal Screw

Color-Coded for easy identification and placement

Screw Driver

Screw Driver

Includes three lengths: Short (7 mm), Medium (12 mm), Long (17 mm)

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