Guided Surgery Kit Catalog and Manual

guided surgery kit catalog & manual

SCIENCE BioHorizons uses science and innovation to create unique products with proven surgical and esthetic results. products sold in 90 countries 99.2% average implant success rate1 global leader for biologic based solutions SERVICE BioHorizons understands the importance of providing excellent service. Our global network of professional representatives and our highly trained customer care support team are well-equipped to meet the needs of patients and clinicians. INNOVATION Our advanced implant technologies, biologic products and guided surgery software have made BioHorizons a leading dental implant company. BioHorizons is committed to developing evidence-based and scientifically-proven products. This commitment started with the launch of the Maestro implant system in 1997 and remains in full force today with our most recent launches, the Tapered Plus, Tapered Tissue Level, and Tapered 3.0 implant systems. The focus of BioHorizons on science, innovation and service enables our customers to confidently use our comprehensive portfolio of dental implants and biologics products making BioHorizons one of the fastest growing companies in the dental industry. BioHorizons helps customers restore smiles in 90 countries throughout North America, Europe, South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.

shop online at table of contents guided surgery kit overview 2-3 guided surgery process 4 guided surgery instruments 5-7 ancillary instruments 8-10 color-coding for Tapered Internal 11 color-coding for Tapered Plus 12 color-coding for Tapered Tissue Level 13 instructions for use 14 surgery kit & drill sequence 15 guide cylinders overview 16 guided surgery preparation 17-18 drill overview 19 guided surgery case example 20-23 instructions & icon legend 24 ordering, warranty information & references 25

2 shop online at The BioHorizons guided surgery kit offers the precision and predictability of guided implant placement with a streamlined, single kit design. All components are color-coded to avoid the complexity seen with other systems while offering our customers predictable implant placement for optimal esthetic outcomes. surgical guide flexibility open architecture design for fabrication of surgical guides ease of use master cylinders and instruments are colorcoded to ensure proper component usage guided implant depth control implant is placed to planned depth using a surgical guide created from a virtual treatment plan the BioHorizons guided surgery kit

3 shop online at The guided surgery kit can be used to place all diameters from 3.0mm to 5.8mm of the highly successful Tapered Internal, Tapered Plus, Tapered Tissue Level and Tapered 3.0 implants.* perfect fit for precise implant placement guided placement implant drivers seat the implants to proper depth through the master cylinder using depth stops patient specific the surgical protocol details the instrument sequence from site preparation to implant placement predictable placement precision fit and color-coding ensures accurate execution of the virtual treatment plan clinical efficiency surgical instrument design and single kit layout avoids the complexity of other surgical kits *5.8mm instruments sold separately.

4 shop online at The surgical guide must be fabricated using BioHorizons manufactured master cylinders and pilot sleeves. Please contact your guide manufacturer for further information. GUIDED SURGERY PROCESS 2 Clinical step - Treatment plan Diagnose and treatment plan for guided surgery. Determine if adequate vertical space is available to accommodate the surgical guide and related components. Import CT scan data into the treatment planning software and design the case. 1 Clinical step - CT scan appointment Initial patient records and CT scan. CT scan protocols will vary depending on the guide manufacturer. Guide manufacturers details are available at 4 Clinical step - Guided surgery Clinician performs the procedure using the surgical guide and the BioHorizons guided surgery kit while following the surgical protocol. 3 Guide manufacturer step - Guide fabrication Guide manufacturer fabricates the surgical guide using the virtual treatment plan, BioHorizons master cylinders and pilot sleeves. A patientspecific surgical protocol is generated for the clinician to follow. Guided Restorative Solutions (GRS) combines the efficiency and predictability of guided surgery, with hybrid or titanium custom abutments. GRS conveniently delivers everything needed for a case, including BioHorizons implants. Guided Restorative Solutions by Vulcan and BioHorizons Learn more:

5 shop online at CGS4000 Guided Surgery Kit (with instruments) Includes the instruments required to place BioHorizons Tapered Implants. 5.8mm implant instruments are sold separately. CGS3500 Guided Surgery Tray & Lid (without instruments) GUIDED SURGERY INSTRUMENTS features: • versatile, removable, hinged lid • easy to disassemble and assemble during cleaning • spare slots for additional instrumentation • single color-coded kit for placement of BioHorizons Tapered implants* CGS-YTP 3.8mm CGS Tissue Punch CGS-GTP 4.6mm CGS Tissue Punch CGS-FP CGS Fixation Pin (3 included with kit) 135-351 .050” (1.25mm) Hex Driver 130-000 Ratchet *Mount-free Tapered Internal, Tapered Plus, Tapered 3.0, Tapered Tissue Level.

6 shop online at GUIDED SURGERY INSTRUMENTS Drill guides are color-coded to match the master cylinders. Use the proper size drill guide with the corresponding drill diameter to sequentially widen the osteotomy. The text on the drill guide specifies the corresponding drill width. 2.0mm pilot 2.5mm width 2.8mm width 3.2mm width 3.7mm width 4.1mm width 17mm stop 122-017 CGS-2517 CGS-2817* CGS-3217 CGS-3717 CGS-4117 21mm stop 122-021 CGS-2521 CGS-2821* CGS-3221 CGS-3721 CGS-4121 24mm stop 122-024 CGS-2524 CGS-2824* CGS-3224 CGS-3724 CGS-4124 28mm stop 122-028 CGS-2528 CGS-2828* CGS-3228 CGS-3728 CGS-4128 Guided surgery drills with definitive depth stops follow the standard Tapered Internal drill sequence and come in four different lengths. The patient-specific surgical protocol that accompanies the surgical guide will indicate which drill length and widths to use. CGS-QCH CGS Quick Connect Handle (2 included with kit) Quick connect handles are used in combination with the drill guides. The handles can be assembled pre-operatively with the specified drill guides. 2.0mm 2.5mm 2.8mm 3.2mm 3.7mm 4.1mm 3.8mm CGS-DGY20 CGS-DGY25 CGS-DGY28* CGS-DGY32 - - 4.6mm CGS-DGG20 CGS-DGG25 - CGS-DGG32 CGS-DGG37 CGS-DGG41 *2.8mm instruments are only required to place the 3.4mm diameter implant.

7 shop online at GUIDED SURGERY INSTRUMENTS CGS-DH CGS Depth Stop Handle CGS-DDS CGS Disposable Depth Stop Engages the implant driver to place the implant at the proper depth through the master cylinder. Snaps onto the specified stop position preoperatively for hands-free implant depth control. CGS-PYIDR CGS-PGIDR CGS-TP3IDR CGS-PYGIDR 3.8mm CGS Screw-retained Implant Driver 4.6mm CGS Screw-retained Implant Driver 3.8mm CGS Screw-retained Implant Driver, 3.0mm Platform 4.6mm CGS Screw-retained Implant Driver, 3.5mm Platform Screw-retained implant drivers are used to pickup and seat implants when used with a 4mm square ratchet. The driver is secured to the implant using the captured screw and can be easily released after implant placement. Use the depth stops to seat the implants to the planned depth. Orient the implant hex using the dimples as a visual reference. The screw-retained drivers low profile improves access when vertical space is limited. These drivers can be used with a handpiece when using the 4mm Square Driver Converter. Tapered Internal Implant Drivers Tapered Plus Implant Drivers laser marking indicates body diameter / prosthetic platform body diameter top band indicates prosthetic platform bottom band indicates master cylinder Tapered Plus Implant Driver Markings CGS-4SC 4mm Square Drive Converter Drive converter allows the screw-retained drivers to be used with a handpiece.

8 shop online at ANCILLARY INSTRUMENTS (SOLD SEPARATELY) The 4.7mm and 5.4mm drills allow for placement of the 5.8mm diameter implant. CGS-4717 CGS-4721 CGS-4724 CGS-4728 4.7 x 17mm CGS Drill 4.7 x 21mm CGS Drill 4.7 x 24mm CGS Drill 4.7 x 28mm CGS Drill 4.7mm Width CGS Drills CGS-5417 CGS-5421 CGS-5424 CGS-5428 5.4 x 17mm CGS Drill 5.4 x 21mm CGS Drill 5.4 x 24mm CGS Drill 5.4 x 28mm CGS Drill 5.4mm Width CGS Drills 2.0mm 2.5mm 3.2mm 3.7mm 4.1mm 4.7mm 5.4mm 5.8mm CGS-DGB20 CGS-DGB25 CGS-DGB32 CGS-DGB37 CGS-DGB41 CGS-DGB47 CGS-DGB54 CGS-PBIDR CGS-PGBIDR 5.8mm CGS Screw-retained Implant Driver 5.8mm CGS Screw-retained Implant Driver, 4.5mm Platform Tapered Internal Implant Driver Tapered Plus Implant Driver CGS-BTP 5.8mm CGS Tissue Punch

9 shop online at ANCILLARY INSTRUMENTS (SOLD SEPARATELY) CGS-PYIDH CGS-PGIDH CGS-PBIDH 3.8mm CGS Implant Driver 4.6mm CGS Implant Driver 5.8mm CGS Implant Driver Tapered Internal Implant Drivers ISO-Latch implant drivers can be used as a one-piece alternative to the screw-retained drivers. Use the depth stops to seat the implants to the planned depth. Orient the implant hex using the dimples as a visual reference. CGS-TP3IDH CGS-PYGIDH CGS-PGBIDH 3.8mm CGS Implant Driver, 3.0mm Platform 4.6mm CGS Implant Driver, 3.5mm Platform 5.8mm CGS Implant Driver, 4.5mm Platform Tapered Plus Implant Drivers bottom band indicates master cylinder top band indicates prosthetic platform Tapered Plus Implant Driver Color-Coding Tapered Plus Implant Driver Laser Marking laser marking indicates body diameter / prosthetic platform

10 shop online at ANCILLARY INSTRUMENTS (SOLD SEPARATELY) For installation and removal of cover caps, prosthetic and abutment screws. 135-451 134-450 300-351 300-354 Manual Hex Driver, Long Handpiece Hex Driver, Long 4mm Square Hex Driver, Long 4mm Square Hex Driver, Extra Long 11.5mm 13.5mm 13mm 4mm Square Manual Handpiece 20mm EL-C12374 EL-C8521 EL-C8381 Elos Adjustable Torque Wrench Elos Replacement Bit, 4mm Square Driver Elos Replacement Bit, Handpiece Driver Lightweight titanium design is easy to use as an adjustable torque wrench or a ratchet. Quickly disassembles for cleaning. No calibration required. The driver attachments allow for the screw-retained drivers to be extended or used manually. 300-205 300-400 Ratchet & Hand Wrench Extender Hand Wrench The implant mount provides additional surgical guide fixation. The mount is designed to pass through the surgical guide and screw into an implant that has already been placed; the thumb wheel is then tightened, fixating the guide in the patients’ mouth. CGS-IM CGS Implant Mount

11 shop online at BIOHORIZONS TAPERED IMPLANTS 3.0mm† 3.4mm 3.8mm 4.6mm 5.8mm 7.5mm length — — — TLX4607 TLX5807 9.0mm length — TLX3409 TLX3809 TLX4609 TLX5809 10.5mm length TLX3010 TLX3410 TLX3810 TLX4610 TLX5810 12.0mm length TLX3012 TLX3412 TLX3812 TLX4612 TLX5812 15.0mm length TLX3015 TLX3415 TLX3815 TLX4615 TLX5815 18.0mm length - TLX3418‡ TLX3818‡ TLX4618‡ - apical diameter 2.0mm 2.4mm 2.8mm 3.1mm 3.9mm Laser-Lok zone 2.1mm 1.8mm 1.8mm 1.8mm 1.8mm implant body master cylinder drill guides prosthetic connection 3.0mm 3.0mm 3.5mm 4.5mm 5.7mm implant driver 3.8/3.0 Tapered Plus Implant Driver Tapered Internal Implant Driver Tapered 3.0 & Tapered Internal The 3.0 and 3.4mm implants use the 3.8mm master cylinder and drill guides. The guided implant placement of the 3.0 and 3.4mm implants will be properly controlled by using the 3.8/3.0 Tapered Plus implant driver. BioHorizons implants can be delivered through the surgical guide. If attempting to use BioHorizons mounted implants, the 3inOne® abutment will have to be removed prior to implant delivery. †Laser-Lok 3.0 implant utilizes the same color coding as the Tapered 3.0. ‡When placing 18mm length implants using the guided surgery kit, the drills will progress 0.54mm deeper than the final implant placement/depth.

12 shop online at 3.8mm 4.6mm 5.8mm 7.5mm length — TLXP4607 TLXP5807 9.0mm length TLXP3809 TLXP4609 TLXP5809 10.5mm length TLXP3810 TLXP4610 TLXP5810 12.0mm length TLXP3812 TLXP4612 TLXP5812 15.0mm length TLXP3815 TLXP4615 TLXP5815 apical diameter 2.8mm 3.1mm 3.9mm platform switch 0.4mm 0.5mm 0.6mm Laser-Lok zone 1.8mm 1.8mm 1.8mm implant body master cylinder drill guides prosthetic connection 3.0mm 3.5mm 4.5mm implant driver top band indicates prosthetic platform bottom band indicates master cylinder Tapered Plus Implant Driver Color-Coding Tapered Plus BIOHORIZONS TAPERED IMPLANTS

13 shop online at 3.0mm 3.8mm 4.6mm 5.8mm 7.5mm length — TTLY3807 TTLG4607 TTLB5807 9.0mm length — TTLY3809 TTLG4609 TTLB5809 10.5mm length TTLY3010 TTLY3810 TTLG4610 TTLB5810 12.0mm length TTLY3012 TTLY3812 TTLG4612 TTLB5812 apical diameter 2.0mm 2.8mm 3.1mm 3.9mm Laser-Lok zone 2.0mm 2.0mm 2.0mm 2.0mm implant body master cylinder (for osteotomy only) drill guides prosthetic connection 3.5mm 3.5mm 4.5mm 5.7mm implant driver (for placing implant without the guide) BIOHORIZONS GUIDED INSTRUMENTS Remove the guide to ensure the soft tissue collar is placed at the correct depth Removal of the guide is necessary before placing Tapered Tissue Level implants, as the soft tissue collar will not fit through the master cylinder. The guided surgery protocol enables the osteotomy to be created to the correct depth, angulation and diameter. Tapered Tissue Level

14 shop online at This surgical manual serves as a reference for using the Guided Surgery Kit. It is intended solely to provide instructions on the use of BioHorizons products. It is not intended to describe the methods or procedures for diagnosis, treatment planning, or placement of implants, nor does it replace clinical training or a clinician’s best judgment regarding the needs of each patient. BioHorizons strongly recommends appropriate training as a prerequisite for the placement of implants and associated treatment. The procedures illustrated and described within this manual reflect idealized patient presentations with adequate bone and soft tissue to accommodate implant placement. No attempt has been made to cover the wide range of actual patient conditions that may adversely affect surgical and prosthetic outcomes. Clinician judgment as related to any specific case must always supersede any recommendations made in this or any BioHorizons literature. Before beginning any implant surgical procedure using the BioHorizons Guided Surgery Kit: • Read and understand the Instructions for Use that accompany the products. • Clean and sterilize the surgical tray and instruments following the Instructions for Use. • Become thoroughly familiar with all the instruments and their uses. • Study the surgical kit layout and iconography. • Design a surgical treatment plan to satisfy the prosthetic requirements of the case. The Guided Surgery Kit is intended to facilitate the creation of an osteotomy for placement of BioHorizons implants using a surgical guide that incorporates BioHorizons manufactured master cylinders. The bone cutting instruments are intended for use in the mandible or maxilla for partially and fully edentulous arches. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

15 shop online at SURGERY KIT & DRILL SEQUENCE Prior to use, clean and sterilize the surgical tray and instruments according to the Instructions for Use included with the kit. Study the kit layout, color-coding and iconography. Surgical assistants should be thoroughly familiar with all instruments and their uses prior to initiating the surgical procedure. The implant driver section includes drivers for BioHorizons Tapered implants. The drill section includes drills with definitive stops at lengths of 17, 21, 24, and 28mm. Drills of 17mm and 21mm in length should be stored with the flutes up while the 24mm and 28mm drills should be stored with the flutes down. CGS Width Increasing Drills (implant diameter specific) Implant Driver* 3.8mm body diameter 3.4mm body diameter 4.6mm body diameter 5.8mm body diameter Pilot Drill The drill guide section includes the drill guides to be used with the drills for implant site preparation. Quick connect handles are located under the tray insert. 2.0mm pilot 2.5mm width 3.2mm width 3.7mm width 4.1mm width 4.7mm width* 5.4mm width* 3.0mm body diameter *5.8mm instruments sold separately. 2.8mm width

16 shop online at GUIDE CYLINDERS OVERVIEW Patient anatomy and the virtual treatment plan determine the master cylinder and/or pilot sleeve to be used in the surgical guide. Three different master cylinder diameters and one pilot sleeve are available. Master Cylinder Collision Master Cylinder Collision Correction Pilot sleeves can be used when interdental space is limited due to patient anatomy or if a collision between the master cylinders is anticipated. height drill guide requirement implant body diameter CGS-YMC-10 6mm yes 3.0mm, 3.4mm & 3.8mm CGS-GMC-10 6mm yes 4.6mm CGS-BMC-10 6mm yes 5.8mm CGS-PS4-10 4mm no n/a CGS-PS6-10 6mm no n/a

17 shop online at GUIDED SURGERY PREPARATION Assemble the quick connect handle. Insert the drill guide into the quick connect handle while depressing the end portion. Firmly hold the quick connect handle or drill guide while progressing through the drill sequence. Surgical guide with master cylinder Inspect the surgical guide for defects and potential weak areas. Visually evaluate the position of the master cylinder and/or pilot sleeve to ensure it is placed according to the treatment plan. Ensure the thru hole of the drill guides, pilot sleeves, and master cylinders are free of debris. The surgical guide must have a stable fit to the patient’s anatomy. If a stable fit cannot be obtained at time of surgery, the surgical guide should not be used. Do not use excessive force to seat the surgical guide. Review the surgical plan and instruments within the kit prior to surgery. Drill use should be crosschecked against the drill usage chart (ML0226). Any drills that are worn, marked or dull should be replaced. Be conscious of the specified implant driver stop position (SP1 – SP4) if indicated. Place the drill in the handpiece and check the fit with all the drill guides and pilot sleeves prior to surgery.

18 shop online at GUIDED SURGERY PREPARATION Fully seat the drill guide into the master cylinder. Ensure the drill has a resistance free path of insertion by pumping the drill in-and-out of the drill guide prior to drilling. Each drill should be advanced as far as possible through the drill guides and pilot sleeves prior to initiating drilling. Use short, light strokes to progressively advance the drills to depth with minimal pressure on the drills. Profuse irrigation throughout the drilling sequence is necessary to provide lubrication and prevent overheating. Use an in-and-out pumping action (Figure 3) to help clear flutes and drill guides of any bone debris. Drills should not be completely removed from drill guides or pilot sleeves during pumping. When finally removing drills frommaster cylinders and drill guides, the drill should not be rotating. Suction and irrigation should be used between drills to remove debris from the instruments, master cylinders and the osteotomy. Warning: Failure to follow these steps can cause the drills to bind in the drill guides. Avoid applying lateral pressure to the drill guides or pilot sleeves by ensuring the drill path is in line with the drill guide (Figures 3 & 4). • In cases where the patient has limited opening/interocclusal space, components may be stacked out of the mouth. Insert the drill in the handpiece and place through the appropriate drill guide. Then insert the assembly into the master cylinder, sliding the drill guide down into place (Figure 1). Ensure that the drill guide is evenly seated before initiating drilling (Figure 2). Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 When using a pilot sleeve, advance the 2.0mm pilot drill without a drill guide. Once the initial osteotomy has been drilled, remove the surgical guide and proceed with the manufacturer’s standard protocol for implant placement. Surgical guide with pilot sleeve

19 shop online at The drills include lengths of 17, 21, 24, and 28mm and the standard diameters for all BioHorizons Tapered implants. All drills included with this system are externally irrigated and require an intermittent drilling technique with steady sterile irrigation. 28mm 24mm 21mm 17mm* Drill lengths are line to line from drill tip to hub. • Peri-operative oral rinses with a 0.12% Chlorhexidine Digluconate solution have been shown to significantly lower the incidence of post-implantation infectious complications.2 A pre-operative 30-second rinse is recommended, followed by twice daily rinses for two weeks following surgery. • Drilling must be done under a constant stream of sterile irrigation. A pumping motion should be employed to prevent overheating the bone. Surgical drills should be replaced when they are worn, dull, corroded or in any way compromised. BioHorizons recommends replacing drills after 12 to 20 osteotomies.3 A Drill-usage Tracking Chart is available at to record this important information. • There is a risk of injury to the mandibular nerve associated with surgical drilling in posterior mandibular regions. To minimize the risk of nerve injury, it is imperative that the clinician understands the virtual treatment plan created and ensures the surgical guide corresponds to the clinician’s virtual treatment plan. DRILL OVERVIEW * only 17mm drills have depth markings, should they need to be used without the guide.

20 shop online at A patient-specific surgical protocol is included with the surgical guide. The surgical protocol includes the recommended components to be used for each implant site. Verify the protocol corresponds to the submitted virtual treatment plan prior to surgery. Clinician judgment must always supersede any recommendations in the surgical protocol and any BioHorizons Instructions for Use. depth stop and master cylinder GUIDED SURGERY CASE EXAMPLE stop position implant length master cylinder above bone level drill guide and master cylinder implant length master cylinder above bone level drill length Clinician judgement, as related to individual patient presentations, must always supersede recommendations in any BioHorizons Instructions for Use (IFU). Additional technical information is available upon request from BioHorizons, or may be viewed and/or downloaded at, 2300 Riverchase Center • Birmingham, Alabama 35244 • 866.872.9785 • 205.967.7880 • fax 205.870.0304 BioHorizons products are available in over 85 markets worldwide • Sample Protocol for BioHorizons Guided Surgery Kit implant label 29 implant type TLX4610 implant length 10.5 guide site Complete implant site preparation drill length 21 drill guide/drill 2.0 drill guide/drill 2.5 drill guide/drill 3.2 drill guide/drill 3.7 drill guide/drill 4.1 drill guide/drill drill guide/drill guided implant placement depth position SP2 implant driver 4.6

21 shop online at GUIDED SURGERY CASE EXAMPLE • Continue through the drill sequence using the specified drills and drill guides • Select the 2.0 x 21mm drill • Place the 2.0mm drill guide in the 4.6mm master cylinder • Insert the drill in the drill guide and use short, light strokes to progressively advance the drills until the depth stop rests on the drill guide • Remove the 2.0mm drill guide Initiate osteotomy with pilot drill Incrementally widen the osteotomy 2.0 Pilot Drill and Drill Guide Width Increasing Drills and Drill Guides

22 shop online at GUIDED SURGERY CASE EXAMPLE Implant drivers include four stop positions for the depth stops to engage. Reference the patient-specific surgical protocol for the required stop position. Visual depth control can be used as an alternative to using the depth stops. Vial caps are a surgical reference and are color-coded to indicate body diameter (3.0mm=white, 3.4mm=purple, 3.8mm=yellow, 4.6mm=green, 5.8mm=blue). Implant drivers are color-coded by prosthetic platform (3.0mm=gray, 3.5mm=yellow, 4.5mm=green, 5.7mm=blue) for proper mating with the implant connection. The cover cap for a twostage surgical protocol is mounted in the vial cap. The laser-marked band above SP2 is used as a visual indicator to assist in delineating the four stop positions. stop position 3 (SP3) stop position 2 (SP2) stop position 1 (SP1) stop position 4 (SP4) Engage the implant with screw-retained driver by inserting the driver into the implant platform and tightening the screw. The driver can then be picked up with a handpiece by using the converter (CGS-4SC) or manually using a ratchet. The depth stop handle or disposable depth stops can be used for guided implant depth control. Disposable depth stops are for single use only.

23 shop online at GUIDED SURGERY CASE EXAMPLE A handpiece or ratchet can be used to place the implant through the master cylinder. If a pilot sleeve is being used, the surgical guide should be removed to deliver the implant using the conventional implant placement protocol. • Using the depth stop, engage the implant driver at the SP2 position • Ensure the shaft of the implant driver is properly aligned with the master cylinder • Place the 4.6 x 10.5mm implant through the master cylinder Place the implant through the master cylinder • Depth placement of the implant is controlled by the depth stop engaging the indicated stop position • The depth stop handle or disposable depth stop should firmly rest on top of the master cylinder Implant depth control Implant Placement depth stop handle disposable depth stop dimple dimple dimple dimple dimple dimple Orient the hex when using a ratchet, hand wrench or handpiece When seating the implant with a ratchet, use the corresponding dimples on the driver to orient one internal hex flat perpendicular to the implant angulation plane.

24 shop online at INSTRUCTIONS & ICON LEGEND Lot/batch number Reference/article number Non-sterile Non-Sterile LOT REF EU Authorised Representative Quality First International Suites 317/318 Burford Business Centre 11 Burford Road, Stratford London E15 2ST United Kingdom Tel. +44-208-221-2361 Telefax +44-208-221-1912 A period of unloaded healing time is often recommended to allow for integration between the bone and implant surface. This is dependent on individual patient healing rates and bone quality of the implant site. Each case must be independently evaluated. See the implant Instructions for Use for more information. The patient should be instructed to follow a post-surgical regimen including cold packs for 24 hours post-implantation. The patient’s diet should consist of soft foods and possibly dietary supplements. Pharmacological therapy should be considered as the patient’s condition dictates. If a removable prosthesis is used during the initial healing phase, a soft liner material should be used to prevent pressure on the surgical site. Relieve the prosthesis over the implant site prior to the soft liner application. Periodically check the patient’s soft tissue and bone healing using clinical and radiographic evaluations. Ongoing hygiene for the implant patient is vital. Hygiene recall appointments at three month intervals are suggested. Instruments designed for implant abutment scaling, such as Implacare® instruments from Hu-Friedy® should be utilized. The stainless steel handles may be fitted with assorted tip designs for hygiene on natural teeth. The Implacare® scalers contain no glass or graphite fillers that can scratch implant abutments. see instructions for use Caution: Federal (USA) law restricts these devices to the sale, distribution and use by, or on the order of, a dentist or physician. Rx Only BioHorizons products carry the CE mark and fulfill the requirements of the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC 0086 Artwork label number

25 shop online at 1. Implant success rate is the weighted average of all published human studies on BioHorizons implants. These studies are available for review in BioHorizons document numbers ML0606 and ML0130. 2. The influence of 0.12 percent chlorhexidine digluconate rinses on the incidence of infectious complications and implant success. Lambert PM, Morris HF, Ochi S. J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1997;55(12 supplement 5):25-30. 3. Heat production by 3 implant drill systems after repeated drilling and sterilization. Chacon GE, Bower DL, Larsen PE, McGlumphy EA, Beck FM. J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2006 Feb;64(2):265-9. ORDERING, WARRANTY INFORMATION & REFERENCES Territory Manager: cell phone: email and/or fax: BioHorizons Lifetime Warranty on Implants and Prosthetics: All BioHorizons implants and prosthetic components include a Lifetime Warranty. BioHorizons implant or prosthetic components will be replaced if removal of that product is due to failure (excluding normal wear to overdenture attachments). Additional Warranties: BioHorizons warranties surgical drills, taps and other surgical and restorative instruments. (1) Surgical Drills and Taps: Surgical drills and taps include a warranty period of ninety (90) days from the date of initial invoice. Surgical instruments should be replaced when they become worn, dull, corroded or in any way compromised. Surgical drills should be replaced after 12 to 20 osteotomies.3 (2) Instruments: The BioHorizons manufactured instrument warranty extends for a period of one (1) year from the date of initial invoice. Instruments include drivers, implant site dilators and BioHorizons tools used in the placement or restoration of BioHorizons implants. Return Policy: Product returns require a Return Authorization Form, which may be acquired by contacting Customer Care. The completed Return Authorization Form must be included with the returned product. For more information, please see the reverse side of the invoice that was shipped with the product. Disclaimer of Liability: BioHorizons products may only be used in conjunction with the associated original components and instruments according to the Instructions for Use (IFU). Use of any non-BioHorizons products in conjunction with BioHorizons products will void any warranty or any other obligation, expressed or implied. Treatment planning and clinical application of BioHorizons products are the responsibility of each individual clinician. BioHorizons strongly recommends completion of postgraduate dental implant education and adherence to the IFU that accompany each product. BioHorizons is not responsible for incidental or consequential damages or liability relating to use of our products alone or in combination with other products other than replacement or repair under our warranties. Distributed Products: For information on the manufacturer’s warranty of distributed products, please refer to their product packaging. Distributed products are subject to price change without notice. Validity: Upon its release, this literature supersedes all previously published versions. Availability: Not all products shown or described in this literature are available in all countries. BioHorizons continually strives to improve its products and therefore reserves the right to improve, modify, change specifications or discontinue products at any time. Any images depicted in this literature are not to scale, nor are all products depicted. Product descriptions have been modified for presentation purposes. For complete product descriptions and additional information, visit

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