Biological drilling, developed by BTI, provides numerous clinical advantages such as collecting autologous particulate bone, better control of the direction and depth of the osteotomy, low temperature of the surrounding bone, optimization of the biological bed and improvement of biosafety by reducing aerosols.
BTI has designed drills that are suitable for this technique in order to optimise the process. First, they have a purely apical cut (not lateral), to be able to drill deeper and not wear away the bone walls.
Also, their helical design is very retentive for the bone particles being cut, allowing large quantities of bone to be obtained from the drilling area. The bone obtained is placed into a glass container with the autologous plasma that, as well as keeping it hydrated with the patient's proteins during the surgery, may be used as a particulate autologous graft.