It is well established that good primary implant stability is critical to predictable osseointegration.
This stability depends upon different factors. These factors include implant design, and surgical protocol, but above all bone quantity and quality.
There are some clinical situations in which the bone quality is so poor that good implant stability is difficult to obtain.
The threaded design of the Paltop osteotome creates bone compression and osteotomy preparation atraumaticaly.
The conventional osteotome technique of using a mallet to tap the osteotome has been associated with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
Improve implant stability in poor quality bone with this osteoteome kit from PALTOP which includes four threaded osteoteomes for all Paltop implant sizes.
The screw-typed osteotome is used for such purposes as bone compression and bone expansion.
To ensure initial stability of the implant with many anatomical consideration and all types of bone, it is important to match the size of the osteotome to the implant diameter.
PALTOP osteotome kit is designed for all Paltop implant body diameters. The osteotome design creates bone compression with precise osteotomy preparation. Easy insertion and predictable initial stability are the result of the Paltop osteotome design.