1 Instrument cassette

The Dyna Helix instrument cassette has a small size with length 19,5cm, width 15cm and height of 5,5cm which makes it extremly storage-effective. The tray is made out of polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) and fits in almost all autoclaves.

PPSU has an excellent high heat resistance and excellent hydrolytic stability what makes it an excellent choice for medical devices requiring repeated steam sterilisation.

There is a direct correlation between the precision of an implant system and the long-term results. Therefore tolerances of connections between instruments (eg drills and implants, implants and abutments, Hex screwdriver and fixation screws) are adjusted to realize a perfect fit. The use of original drills and instruments is a must.

There is a direct correlation between the precision of an implant system and the long-term results. Therefore tolerances of connections between instruments (eg drills and implants, implants and abutments, Hex screwdriver and fixation screws) are adjusted to realize a perfect fit. The use of original drills and instruments is a must.

 

 

Only a limited number of instruments are sufficient to perform surgery and prosthetics when using the Dyna Helix Implant system. The surgical instruments for all Dyna Helix implant systems are logically organized in a sequence oriented cassette. Selection of drills corresponding with the diameters and lengths of implants enables smooth and precise preparation of the implant bed in a time-saving and possibly a-traumatic manner.

 

Dyna Helix drills

The Dyna drills are externally irrigated and manufactured from surgical stainless steel. They are tapered and have two cutting edges for effective preparation of the implant site. All drills are marked by laser for easier identification of the preparation depth. The markings correspond with the lengths of the implants.


Dyna Helix parallel/depth gauge

Dyna parallel/depth gauge instruments have been provided with 11mm handle. The osteotomy part has the same length for all instruments. Dyna parallel/depth gauge instruments give excellent orientation during implant placement. Additionally, the gauges can also be used as try-in implants when assessing the extraction socket and/or soft tissues during immediate placement. All instruments have been provided with laser markings for easy identification of length and diameter.


Dyna Helix taper

In case of high density bone it is recommendable to tap the implant site before introducing the implant. In order to tap the implant site select the tapping instrument corresponding with the final diameter of the implant.


Dyna Helix cortical reamer

Once the implant site has been widened to the desired diameter its cortical part has to be modified by the cortical reamer to achieve correct insertion of the Dyna Helix. The cortical modification enables atraumatic insertion of the implant without exerting too high forces on the marginal tissues but allows achieving satisfactory primary stability in various bone types.

Dyna Helix implant insertion instrument

The Dyna Helix octa driver is used to place the implant. The tapered octagon on the octa driver assures the press-fit connection with the implant. This connection obsoletes the use of a special mounting device resulting in better visual control during implant insertion. An octa driver can be used with torque wrench or contra-angle handpiece.

If the torque is higher than 50Ncm the implant should be threaded into place manually using the torque wrench in combination with an Octa driver torque wrench (12OT0/1).


Dyna Helix prosthetic instruments

Most abutments can be tightened by means of the Dyna hex driver. This hex driver is available in 4 types: a latch type for use in between elements, a short, standard and long type.

Extension abutments can be tightened with a single slot driver. The latest ball abutments and the direct temporary abutment straight for crowns can be tightened with a square driver. The former types ball abutments have a hexagon connection on top and therefore still utilize the hex drivers.

Dyna torq wrench

Each of the Dyna drivers can be used in combination with the Dyna torq wrench including rotor bits, so that the abutments, if necessary, can be put on torque (30Ncm for all abutments, but 35Ncm for extension abutments and no torque for healing and impression abutments without octagon).

Rotor bits

There is a rotor bit 4x4mm square available for all drivers to be able to achieve more grip when screwing in an abutment by hand. For the latch-head instruments a rotor bit ISO1797 adaptor is available.

Dyna sulcus reamer

It is not uncommon, especially when placing the implants subcrestally, that bone overgrows the upper part of the implant, reaching the closing screw. When unthreading the closing screw overhanging bone may prevent proper abutment connection. Using the Dyna sulcus reamer allows minimally invasive shaping the supra implant part of the bone and proper abutment connection.

The device can only be applied manually. It guarantees secure connection between the implant and all Dyna Octalock
abutments, therefore preventing them from loosening or breaking.

 

 

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