GBR Technique Tools

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Introduction

Based on promising results in periodontology, at the late 90's the researchers started to evaluate the potential of the guided bone regeneration technique (GBR) in implantology field -to regenerate bone defects in the alveolar ridge.
Today, there are well-established techniques in dentistry to augment lost tissue around teeth and dental implants respectively.
It includes implants placed in combination with titanium mesh, barrier resorbable membranes, and use of bone graft substitutes for enhanced bone regeneration in membrane-protected defects.
Nowadays, GBR kits are the must-have items for all clinicians with interest and experience in implant dentistry.

 

Indications:

  • Augmentation or reconstructive treatment of the alveolar ridge.
  • As a preparation before the immediate implant placement.
  • Filling of defects after root resection, apicoectomy, and cystectomy.
  • Sockets grafting to enhance preservation of the alveolar ridge.
  • Sinus augmentation.
  • Membrane fixation in the maxillary region.

 

  Titanium Mesh Non-absorbable

Membrane and Accessories  

 

These membranes are micro-perforated ultra-thin slices of metal, with Ø 0.8 mm holes, made from pure 2 g medical titanium, available in the different shapes and sizes. Recommended for treatment of all cases of guided bone regeneration, especially when subsequent intraosseous implant rehabilitation is envisaged. They can be used on both the upper and lower dental arches of patients with bone defects that limit or prevent the possibility of implantology treatment.

GBR Membrane Surgical Tool Kit

GBR2 GBR Technique Tools

Includes

Name  Pieces  Code
Bone tack holder I-Type 1 SDB-BT90
Bone tack holder Z-Type 1 SDB-BT100
Screw Driver Short 1 SEB-15C
Screw Driver Blade 1 SDB15C-75
Screwdriver Handle 1 SDH4
GBR Kit 1 GBR-K01

Guarantee perfect biocompatibility and tolerance and have numerous advantages:

  • Easy to apply on a defect site.
  • Can be contoured and cut, to perfectly adapt to the defect area.
  • Secure positioning of the edges on the residual healthy bone ridge on which the membrane is stabilized using osteosynthesis screws.
  • The micro-perforated structure permits the passage of body fluids, ensuring maintenance over time between clot and flap.
  • Exactly define the area that needs to be regenerated and serve for containment of graft materials.
  • Non-absorbable – can be left on the site even for extended periods (generally of 6-8 months).
  • Nobody/tissue reaction – easily removed after the bone regeneration period.

 

Accessories and tools

Accessories-and-tools GBR Technique Tools

Name  Size/Type  Code
Bone tack 3 mm BT003
Self Tapping Screw Ø1.2 mm / 4 mm OSS-T1204S
Self Tapping Screw Ø1.2 mm / 5 mm OSS-T1205S
Self Tapping Screw Ø1.2 mm / 6 mm OSS-T1206S
GBR Surgical Screw Ø1.2 mm / 4 mm OSS-T1204
GBR Surgical Screw Ø1.2 mm / 5 mm OSS-T1205
GBR Surgical Screw Ø1.2 mm / 6 mm OSS-T1206
Bone Screw Drill Ø1.2 / 34 mm OSD-1034-12C
Screw Driver Blade 75 mm SDB15C-75
Screw Driver Long 34 mm LEB-15C
Screw Driver Short 23 mm SEB-15C
Bone tack holder i-Type SDB-BT90
Bone tack holder z-Type SDB-BT100
Screwdriver Handle GBR line SDH4

 

Membrane Titanium Mesh

 

Membrane-Mesh GBR Technique Tools

Size Code
25x35 mm TM2535
35x50 mm TM3550
50x70 mm TM5070

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