Biological Drilling at low speed without irrigation is a technique developed by BTI that facilitates the collection of all the bone during drilling; in this way a large amount of autologous bone can be used as an autograft.
Bone stability around the implant is key for the success of the treatment, for this reason the bone walls of the new alveolus must be in the best biological condition possible. Besides, it makes easier to maintain the direction and control over the work depth.
The main advantage of this drilling system designed to be used at low speed, 50 to 75 rpm., is the possibility of retrieving bone during drilling, in this way obtaining a large amount to be used as an autograft. The design of this drilling system was developed due to the need observed in many surgical procedures to obtain autologous bone for an autograft.
Another peculiarity of this protocol is that this bone is kept in autologous plasma (Endoret® (prgf®)) for a better preservation of the cellular viability and subsequent self-transplant. When placing the implants the drilling protocol establishes that they are placed without irrigation (there is no increase in temperature during their insertion) and wetted with Endoret® (prgf®) to improve the osseointegration of the implant in the bone.
BTI Initial Drills
Indicated for the marking and perforation of the cortical bone, they allow angulation and lateral displacement changes when starting the elaboration of an alveolus.
1.8 mm BTI Drills. at 5.3 mm. diameter
They present an exclusively apical cut (very sharp), put they have a special feature whereby their helical design is very retentive for the bone particles it cuts, which allows the collection of large amounts of bone from the drilling area that can be used later as a particulate bone graft in the same surgical procedure.
Drills with a cutting conical part, of the same size as the platform, which creates an opening in the bone crest to accommodate the implant head and which avoids excessive compression.