OSTEOTOME BAYONET CONCAVE MM4.2
Used during dental osteotomy for shaping and condensing bone, typically when performing a dental implant surgical procedure. it is hand-held by the dentist who will use a surgical mallet or hammer to manually impart an impacting force to the proximal end of the instrument. Can have a straight or bayonet-shaped handle leading to a pointed, round or concave tip at the distal end, which may be marked with graduations to indicate depth differences. Used for ridge expanding, bone condensing and sinus floor elevation procedures. For the condensing of bone graft chips apically from the implant cavity. Special bayonet shape for sinus elevation procedures in the lateral upper jaw region or in difficult-to-access maxillary areas.
Instrument name: [ø4.2mm (ø0.17in)]
Tip Material: Stainless Steel
Handle: Round, Serrated
Handle Material: Stainless Steel