A Device to Atraumatic Extraction

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Posted on By Sormani Queiroz In Armamentarium

A demonstration of a device to atraumatic extraction of dental roots manufactured by Maximus (Brazil).

Use of periotome.
A bur is used inside de root canal.

Extractor removing the root.
Final picture.
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We have similar devices like EZ extract from ATitan (see it on this site) and Bendex from Meisenger and Salvin?
Yes, they work beautifully for single rooted teeth only.
regards
Dr. Salama


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used it also in Brazil....NICE


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I am a general practitioner do a lot of surgery on my patients and I place most of my own dental implants. I was fortunate when I did my military service to have the opportunity to do a great deal of extractions under the supervision of caring and very competent oral surgeons. Recently, I have bought a number of new instruments to do atraumatic extractions to preserve bone so I need to do less bone grafting for implants. However, I find that I do just about as much bone removal for teeth that have splayed or curved roots as before I started using the periotomes and Luxators. If I fracture off a root tip, I like to have good visibility by removing part of the buccal cortical plate, especially in the maxillary premolar and molar region. I really have found these devices to be much of a help.


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Omnia
Salvin