SONICflex bone

KaVo SONICflex bone: contains 5 tips for different applications. It can be used for oscillating osteotomies and bone splitting, as well as for the minimally invasive removal of teeth and root residue. Moreover, it increases safety in the context of external sinus lifts

With KaVo’s SONICflex bone set, you can easily access new and minimally invasive forms of treatment.

The KaVo SONICflex bone set has 5 tips for all methods of applications. It can be used for oscillating osteotomies (e.g. distraction) and bone splitting, as well as for the minimally invasive removal of teeth and root residue. Moreover, it increases safety in the context of external sinus lifts.

 

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KaVo SONICflex bone tips no. 80, 81, 82, 83, 84


Used in conjunction with the INTRAsurg 1000 Air, SONICflex bone provides you with the ideal combination of rotating and oscillating surgical instruments in a single unit. The power and speed of the proven rotating operating principle is impressive.

In sensitive and critical areas, you can protect a maximum amount of soft tissue and nerves by switching to the minimally-invasive oscillating KaVo SONICflex bone.

 

 

KaVo INTRAsurg 1000 Air & SONICflex bone

KaVo INTRAsurg and SONICflex bone: Sinus Lift OP Part 1

KaVo INTRAsurg and SONICflex bone: Sinus Lift OP Part 2

Advantages of using the KaVo SONICflex bone and KaVo INTRAsurg 1000 Air

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  • A simple and cost-effective way to expand your range of treatments
  • The ideal combination of rotating and oscillating surgery in a single unit
  • Maximum tissue protection and minimum post-operative trauma
  • Precise and effective incisions
  • Can be used in many areas of bone treatment (osteotomies, augmentation, extractions and sinus lift)
  • Optimum illumination of areas difficult to visualise.
  • Intelligent supply of coolant to the working tip without compressed air
  • With the KaVo INTRAsurg 1000 Air, you can now also use KaVo’s SONICflex paro, rootplaner and retro tips with sterile coolant

 

Inserting the SONICflex bone tips

The respective working end is screwed into the SONICflex handpiece using the torque wrench enclosed in the delivery, until it snaps in place audibly.

The tip is now securely attached to the handpiece.

If the SONICflex handpiece is to remain on the treatment centre with tip attached, it is recommended to leave the torque wrench in place such that the working end poses no risk of injury.

 

 

Setting instructions

  Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
    normal powerful

 

Comparison

  Cutting
depth
Cutting
precision
Cutting
area
Comment
1) Round burr Very deep Imprecise Jagged Very wide osteotomy line.
2) SONICflex bone saw Very deep Very precise Very smooth Very narrow and long cut for procurement of defined bone augmentations.
3) Oscillating saw tip competitor Flat Imprecise Smooth depth Hooking of saw tip results in undesirable damage to the surface of the surrounding bone.
4) Oscillating saw tip competitor Very deep Imprecise Smooth depth Hooking of saw tip results in undesirable damage to the surface of the surrounding bone. Very short cutting length.

 

SONICflex bone tip no. 80

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  • Therapy: sectioning of Sharpey's fibres; extension of alveolae: removal of root residues; gentle extraction before implantation; bone splitting
  • Form: square, cutting
  • Order number: 1.004.3875
    (compatible with SONICflex 2000 N / L, 2003 / L)
  • Order number: 1.006.2006
    (compatible with SONICflex 2008 / L, 2008 S / LS) 

 

SONICflex bone tip no. 81

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  • Therapy: preparation of bone window for sinus lift; with very massive bones, if applicable, rotating and sectioning of substantia corticalis, plus removal of remaining bone using the diamond-coated tip
  • Form: ball, large, diamond coating D 46
  • Order number: 1.004.3876
    (compatible with SONICflex 2000 N / L, 2003 / L)
  • Order number: 1.006.2008
    (compatible with SONICflex 2008 / L, 2008 S / LS) 

 

SONICflex bone tip no. 83

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  • Therapy: removal of bone blocks, osteotomies (distraction, bone splitting); if applicable, dealing with extremely thick, substantia corticalis
  • Form: saw sagittal
  • Order number: 1.004.3878
    (compatible with SONICflex 2000 N / L, 2003 / L)
  • Order number: 1.006.2012
    (compatible with SONICflex 2008 / L, 2008 S / LS) 

 

SONICflex bone tip no. 84

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  • Therapy: removal of bone blocks, osteotomies (distraction, bone splitting); if applicable, dealing with extremely thick, substantia corticalis
  • Form: saw axial
  • Order number: 1.004.3879
    (compatible with SONICflex 2000 N / L, 2003 / L)
  • Order number: 1.006.2014
    (compatible with SONICflex 2008 / L, 2008 S / LS) 

 

SONICflex bone tip no. 85

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  • Therapy: the disc-shaped form, makes it ideal for safe repositioning of the Schneider membrane, during a sinus lift
  • Form: elephant foot
  • Order number: 1.006.0645
    (compatible with SONICflex 2000 N / L, 2003 / L)
  • Order number: 1.007.1624
    (compatible with SONICflex 2008 / L, 2008 S / LS)

 

SONICflex bone tip no. 86

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  • Therapy: ideal for easy and quick harvesting, of greater quantities of bone, especially useful for bone augmentation
  • Form: bone harvester
  • Order number: 1.006.0741
    (compatible with SONICflex 2000 N / L, 2003 / L)
  • Order number: 1.007.1625
    (compatible with SONICflex 2008 / L, 2008 S / LS)

 

SONICflex bone tip no. 87

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  • Therapy: ideal for precise, extremely narrow incisions, when cutting ligaments
  • Form: saw axial, replaceable saw blades Saw blade thickness: 0.15 mm
  • Order number: 1.006.1406
    (compatible with SONICflex 2000 N / L, 2003 / L) 
  • Order number: 1.007.1627
    (compatible with SONICflex 2008 / L, 2008 S / LS)
  • Order number: 1.007.1627
    Saw blade ( 5 pcs.)

 

Four-edged tip

 

Four-edged tip no. 80

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Indications

  • Removal of root residue
  • Extraction prior to implantation
  • Osteotomy (bone splitting)

 

Setting on the SONICflex: Level 3

 

Use

Remaining root
Use the tip like a periotome: Work the root residue in circular movements, digging deeper with the four-edged tip. This will expand the alveoli and cut through the Sharpey’s fibres.

Non-invasive extraction prior to implantation
When treating teeth with multiple roots, you need to separate the roots carefully using a rotating instrument. Once you have done this, work around each root digging downwards in circular movements.

Osteotomy:

Place the tip at a slight angle (as when screwing) on the surface of the bone (do not exert pressure), and move backwards and forwards in the required gap path. If the bone you are treating is very hard, use a thin rotating Lindemann burr to remove the outer compacta around the osteotomy gap.

 

 

Case documentation

The series of images shows an example of how the four-edged tip can be used for the minimally invasive extraction of a hemisectioned tooth with apical foci.

Pictures: Dr. F. Heinemann, Morsbach

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Diamond burr

Diamond burr tip no. 81

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Indication

  • Preparing the bony window for an external sinus lift

 

Setting on the SONICflex: Level 3

 

Use

Following exposure of the facial wall of the maxillary sinus, use the diamond burr to prepare the bony window (do not exert pressure).
If the osteons are very thick, we recommend using the rotating diamond burr for preliminary treatment of the outer compacta.
Then use the diamond burr to prepare the bone near to the membrane.

 

Case documentation

The pre-operative x-ray reveals the extremely restricted amount of vertical bone in the left posterior maxilla.
Since a subsequent implantation was intended, an external sinus lift was performed to increase the amount of bone.
In this case, a rotating instrument was used for preliminary treatment. The remaining bone around the osteotomy line was then removed and smoothed with the diamond burr.
 

Pictures: Dr. Dr. S.-H. Gnoth, Cologne

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Diamond-free burr

Diamond-free burr tip no. 82

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Indication

  • Atraumatic removal of the Schneider´s membrane in a sinus lift

 

Setting on the SONICflex: Steps 2-3

 

Use

The advantage of this tip is that you only need one instrument to release the membrane.
Hold the tip against the membrane of the prepared bony window and start to carefully move it inwards.
Continue in this way to dig beneath the membrane and release it from the bony wall of the sinus as far as is required for the sinus lift. Then luxate the membrane with the bone lid in a cranial direction.

 

Case documentation

Once the bony sinus window has been prepared, the Schneider’s membrane is carefully removed. The membrane was completely undermined in the caudal region and luxated in a cranial direction.
The subantral space gained by means of this process is filled with bone substitute and sealed with a resorbable membrane.
The post-operative x-ray reveals the significant lift of the sinus floor by means of the augmentation (the pre-operative X-ray appears above in the section describing the diamond burr tip).
 

Pictures: Dr. Dr. S.-H. Gnoth, Cologne

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Saw

SONICflex bone tip no. 87

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Indication

  • Osteotomy


Ideal to allow precise, extremely narrow incisions when cutting ligaments

 

Axial and sagittal saws

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Indications

  • Removal of bone blocks
  • Osteotomy

 

Setting on the SONICflex: Level 3

 

Use

Move the saws slowly backwards and forwards in the required gap path, taking care not to exert pressure.
In cases of very dense and hard outer compacta bone tissue, preliminary treatment of the area around the osteotomy gap with a thin Lindemann burr may be necessary.

 

Case documentation

This patient was due to undergo an implantation in the area of tooth 11. Due to the buccal bone atrophy, augmentation with a retromolar bone block from the right mandible was undertaken prior to implantation.

Pictures: Dr. E. Guez, Paris

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Membrane Disc

SONICflex bone tip no. 85

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Indication

  • Ideal for reliably and gently repositioning the Schneider membrane during sinus augmentation

 

 

 

 Bone Harvester

SONICflex bone tip no. 86

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Indication

  • Ideal for easily and quickly harvesting large quantities of bone during sinus augmentation
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