Stealth Transitional Implants and Components
Stealth Transitional Implants*
|2.5 x 8.0 x 4.0mm 0˚ Stealth Transitional Implant||0°||2.5mm||8.0mm||260-425-108|
|2.5 x 12 x 4.0mm 0˚ Stealth Transitional Implant||0°||2.5mm||12mm||260-425-112|
*Packaged with two 4.0mm stealth acrylic sleeves.
Stealth Transitional Implant Components
|4.0mm Thin Wall Stealth Sleeve (4)||4.0mm||5.0mm||260-250-204|
|Straight Stealth Latch Driver||260-101-905|
Transitional Implant Considerations
- Drill a 2.0mm osteotomy to appropriate depth with Bicon’s 2.0mm pilot drill with external irrigation.
- Take care not to overheat the bone while drilling at ~1,100 RPM.
- Pilot bur is marked at 6.0mm, 8.0mm, 11.0mm and 14.0mm.*
- Be sure to drill to appropriate depth of intended implant to be placed or slightly beyond if the anatomy permits.
- Make note of the quality of bone.
- The Stealth and O-Ring implants are available in 8.0mm and 12.0mm lengths.
- Check angulation or trajectory of osteotomy with a paralleling pin.
- Remove appropriate transitional implant from packaging and insert apical end of implant into osteotomy.
- Assemble appropriate transitional implant driver to Bicon’s 400:1 handpiece or a comparable slow speed latch-type handpiece.
- Slowly screw implant into the prepared osteotomy.
*Some pilot burs may have markings only at 8.0mm, 11.0mm, and 14.0mm. Check burs before drilling. If there is any doubt about the markings on any drill or reamer, take a measurement prior to using the reamer. (See Pilot Drill Reference).