Surgical Kit Guide

The surgical kit includes different fixture implantation surgery wards and a prosthesis ward that will be explained sun short.
This ward includes three PD.SD parts and a 2.8-inch drill.
S.D: Commence the surgery with this drill. Create a hole with a depth of 3 mm in the area to prevent slipping of the drills.
P.D: Conduct initial drilling for the length of the fixture that is to be implanted. The groves are carved on the drill body in appropriate fixture length intervals.
Drill 2.8: After performing pilot drill stage, bring the diameter of the hole drilled in the previous stage to 2.8 mm in the previous stage.

Twist Drills:
There are certain drills for soft and hard bones proportional to bone density. And, there is one TAP for each fixture diameter that you can use depending on your theory. Note that soft bone drills have a ring and hard bone drills have two color rings that are relevant to color code in terms of size and diameter.

Such as:
4.5 diameter and 12 mm length for fixture; Conduct the trifold starters in order at first. Use a 12-mm long stopper on the drills and proceed with drilling for 3.5 diameter in length and then enlarge drilled hole diameter to 4 mm. And, finish the drilling task using the 4.5-mm-long-diameter drill. Finally, conduct fixture implantation.
Use the drivers of this section in a manner relevant to fixture type (K-One and K-Three) to plant the fixture.
Fixture designates connection type (A and Z). Drivers are specified in a manner relevant to connection type in form of gold ring for connection A (K-One fixtures) and in form dark-blue for connection Z (for K-Three fixtures). There are two drivers types including ratchet and handpiece ones for each connection that each is offered in short and long sizes.

Note: Exerting mild vertical pressure on it is necessary to prevent fixture collapse during its removal to completely adapt hexes and morses of fixtures and drivers together.

Screw Drivers:
Use these drivers for closing cover screw, abutment screw and healing abutment. These drivers are available in short and long sizes.

Note: Kimia Kasht Ateba Company supplies the market with screwdriver parts made of grade 5 titanium to prevent attrition.


These parts are designed in 5 sizes proportional to 5 fixture length sizes. Drilling depth can be assured proportional to fixture length by placing these stoppers on each. Note that these parts completely are completely in adaptation with the kit for each and every available drill and TAP.

Parallel Pins:
Parallel pins can be used for implantation of fixtures in a parallel form and also as a depth gauge.
This container can be used for collecting bone powder or it can be used for mixing bioactive materials with drilled bone powder.

Ratchet Wrench:
A ratchet with adjustable-torque that is required for implanting fixtures and mounting prosthesis parts can be used.

Speed and method of surgery will be set by the drills as described below.