Surgical Instrumentation
Bone Profilers

Bone Profilers are used to assist in bone removal around the coronal aspect of the implant, allowing for proper seating of healing abutments, prosthetic components, impression copings and final restorations. It is especially useful for subcrestal implant placement but can be utilized in select crestally placed implants as needed.

 

1. Precision

• Provides precise cutting of bone for the perfect amount of bone reduction 

• Creates an accurate and uniform emergence profile for proper seating of healing abutments and other restorative components

 

2. Simplicity

•  One-piece component, eliminates the need for separate guide pins

•  The latch-lock connection design allows for use of a single Bone Profiler with a contra-angle handpiece or for use manually; eliminates the need for various Bone Profilers 

 

3. Optimal Design

•  One-piece component, eliminates the need for separate guide pins

•  The latch-lock connection design allows for use of a single Bone Profiler with a contra-angle handpiece or for use manually; eliminates the need for various Bone Profilers 

 

 

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