Guide to the external form of Camlog ScrewLine designs and how this links across to Camlog form drills and the channels they produce. Contains information about Promote vs. Promote Plus designs and lengths and diameters of the different implants that are available.
Abutments are perhaps the most mis-understood portion of implant technology. Failure to appreciate what is required can lead to poor aesthetics and a less than satisfactory final result. As so many abutments are available for Camlog use this section to get a better feel for selecting the right component.
Your guide to understanding how to use the Camlog Screwline Surgical Kit. Before you start placing Camlog implants it’s critical to appreciate what instruments are in the Surgical Kit and when and how to use them. This section relates to drilling instruments.
Many surgeons fail to appreciate the importance of these components. Understand why an implant may fail to seat down fully in hard bone and may develop poor bone-to-implant contact. By using cortical bone drills and taps these problems can be overcome.
How to put the implant into the bone channel. Learn the different tools that are available and the situations when one instrument has advantages over another. This also includes details about use of the Cardanic Driver, one of the most useful instruments not in the Surgical Kit.
Know how and when to use the Drill Extender and Holding Key. See also the advantages of the Pick-Up instrument and Narrow Gap Adapters. All of these instruments are extremely useful in the right situation. Don’t get short without them.
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