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NiTi (Peri-Implantitis) Implant Cleaning Brush (Regular)

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NiTi (Nickel-Titanium) brush for Dental Implant and Peri-Implantitis revision procedures

WHAT?

  • Regular shape flexible NiTi (nickel-titanium) brush.

  • Ideal for mechanical cleaning of a dental implant in the initial stages of Peri-Implantitis.

  • Affixes to the handpiece.   

WHY?

  • Flexible bristles allow effective access to the pocket for mechanical debridement of the dental implant surface.

  • Prepares surface for bone regeneration surgery*.

COST-EFFECTIVE TREATMENT KITS:

NiTi Brush range      Peri implantitis treatment protocol

NiTi BRUSH KIT: A kit of three different shaped NiTi brushes for removal of bony, plaque, calculus and foreign body material associated with peri-implantitis. See HERE.

PERI-IMPLANTITIS PROTOCOL: A self-contained kit with burrs, etching solution and topical broad-spectrum antibiotic. See HERE.


BONE REGENERATION AROUND CLEANED IMPLANTS

Chemical cleaning

After implant surface cleaning, a local anti-infective agent is recommended before a bone regeneration procedure.  This can be applied directly or in the case of liquid form, applied to an absorbent resorbing dental membrane or appropriate fully resorbing dental bone graft material. 

Use a fully resorbing dental bone graft

Regeneration of bone in contact with the newly cleaned implant surface is completed using a bone graft.  Irrespective of the type, brand or origin of the bone graft used, we recommend only fully resorbing materials at the implant surface.    

  • A highly porous fully resorbing graft offers an excellent vehicle for the delivery of aqueous anti-infective agents or centrifuged blood products.

  • Fully resorbing materials will create maximum space for denovo bone directly at the implant surface.


**NON/SLOW RESORBING GRAFT MATERIALS USED AFTER IMPLANT CLEANING:

  • Leave residual particles reducing the bone-to-implant contact area. 

  • Can become encapsulated in new bone which has the potential to internally encase cells that could lead to a potential re-infection. 

Search porous, fully resorbing bone graft materials at https://restore-surgical.co.uk/product-category/regen-store/bone-grafts/


CONTACT US: For advice on topical anti-infectives, elution and delivery from bone grafts and options for PRF, in combination with bone grafts or barrier membranes. 


**Examples of non-resorbable materials are:
– Xenograft (animal-derived and processed)
– Mineralised allograft (human cadaver-derived and processed)
– A Biphasic synthetic which contains all or part hydroxyapatite.