Camlog™ and Conelog® SURGICAL TOOLS

Camlog™

Camlog™ implants and components are distributed through Henry Schein® in the USA.

Fig. 1

The reversible torque wrench (Fig.1, left, catalog # J5320.1030) has a fluid adjustment range from 10Ncm up to 30Ncm.

The cardanic hand driver (Fig.1, middle, catalog # J5300.0010) engages the fixture mount of the implant directly and the implant is screwed in to the bone by hand with the driver.

TThe holding key (Fig.1, right, catalog # J5302.0010) may be used if the implant site has a weak bone structure (D4). A holding key for the fixture mount engages a external hexagon on the fixture mount and prevents implant movement while unscrewing the retention screw of the fixture mount.

Fig. 2

The PickUp instrument (Fig.2, catalog # J5300.0030) may be utilized if the intraoral space is insufficient to allow insertion of the implant with the plastic handle, the implant can be removed from the handle using the PickUp instrument. Slide the forked end of the PickUp instrument laterally between the implant and plastic handle onto the fixture mount and lift off the handle. For the insertion procedure, carry the implant (attached to the PIckUp instrument) to the osteotomy site and attach a fixture mount driver to the fixture mount. The implant is then driven into the bone, and the PickUp instrument is removed.

Fig. 3

Fixture mount drivers engage the pre mounted fixture mount on the implant after removal of the plastic handle. Drivers for the torque wrench are available in two lengths of 18mm (Fig.3, middle, catalog # J5300.0008) and 27mm (Fig.3, left, catalog # J5300.0009). A latch type fixture mount driver for a surgical motor is produced in one length of 27.5mm (Fig.3, right, catalog J5300.0007). Fixture mount drivers are marked with a groove along the long axis of the driver. This groove aligns with one of the cams of the indexing feature and should face the vestibule once the implant is fully seated in to the osteotomy site.

Fig. 4

Hex screw drivers for the torque wrench are offered in three lengths of 14.5mm (Fig.4, left, catalog # J5316.0510), 22.5mm (Fig.4, middle, catalog # J5316.0501) and 30.3mm (Fig.4, right, catalog # J5316.0502). The hex drivers

Fig. 5

for the torque wrench may also be used by itself as a manual hex driver.
LaLatch type 0.050 hex drivers for a surgical motor are produced in lengths of 18mm (Fig.5, left, catalog # J5316.0504) and 26mm (Fig.5, right, catalog # J5316.0503). All cover screws, healing abutments, impression coping screws and prosthetic abutment screws are serviced with a 0.050 hex driver.

Fig. 6

Tap adapters enable the surgeon to attach the latch type bone tap drills to the Camlog™ torque wrench for manual tapping of cortical bone. Adapters are produced in two lengths of 18mm (Fig.6, right, catalog # J5322.0010) and 23mm (Fig.6, left, catalog # J5322.0011).

Conelog®

CoConelog® implants utilize the same surgical tools as Camlog™ implants with the exception of the abutment removal tool wich is specific to the Camlog® implant system.

Fig. 7

The abutment removal device (disconnector) aides in the removal of installed abutments since the abutments friction fit in to the implants. Removal of installed abutments may be difficult and damaging to the osseo integrated state of implants without this tool. The fixation screw of the abutment needs to be completely removed from the abutment before utilizing the removal tool. Two implant platform specific disconnectors are produced for the Conelog® implant system. 3.3, 3.8 and 4.3mm platform diameter implants are serviced with catalog # C5300.1601 (Fig.7, left) and 5.0mm platform diameter implants are serviced with catalog # C5300.2001 (Fig.7, right).

Images courtesy of Camlog Biotechnologies AG