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Clinical Cases: Luxator
Clinical Cases: Luxator LX
Clinical Cases: Luxator RootPicker
Clinical Cases: FenderWedge
Clinical Cases: FenderMate
Clinical Cases: FenderMate Prime
Clinical Cases: ProxyPal
Clinical Cases: Calasept
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Clinical Cases

Dental practitioners report about their experience of Directa products and share their results.

 

Clinical Cases: Luxator

The Luxator extraction instrument product range enhances the outstanding selection of high quality extraction instruments from Directa. Modern techniques as implants requires instruments and equipment offering possibilities to achieve fast healing and placement of direct implants after extraction. > These clinical cases show you how to make a successful extraction with Luxator.

 

Clinical Cases: Luxator LX

Setting a new standard for trauma free extraction, the Luxator LX mechanical periotome offers improved safety, precision and access. Quicker extractions with minimal tissue damage, the Luxator LX Mechanical Peritome help access hard to reach areas for optimal access. The self directing tip allows the periotome tip to follow the root surface, reducing the risk of bone damage. With a reciprocating tip to enable a secure cutting of the fibers in a patient friendly way. The Luxator LX Mechanical Periotome will only cut when under pressure, which means no risk of slipping. > Learn from these dentists how to make a trauma free extraction using Luxator LX.

 

Clinical Cases: Luxator RootPicker

”RootPicker are very useful instruments that became indispensable in my daily implantology practice.  They provide excellent grip for the various components used in surgery such as healing abutments, parallelism indicators, screwdrivers and all the different posts for immediate prosthesis. ” > In this clinical case Dr. Frédéric Chiche will show you how he uses Luxator RootPicker in his daily work.

 

Clinical Cases: FenderWedge

Bur damage to adjacent teeth is a common problem in everyday dental practice. FenderWedge prevents damage to the adjacent tooth and gingiva that commonly occurs during Class II preparations. FenderWedge is a combination of a steel plate and a plastic wedge. It facilitates easy application of a matrix. To avoid aspiration it is recommended to secure FenderWedge with a waxed dental floss. > Learn from these cases how to protect the adjacent tooth and gingiva.  

 

Clinical Cases: FenderMate

FenderMate is a pre-curved, one-piece sectional matrix and wedge that provides for quick, safe and predictable composite restorations, with a tight contact and cervical sealing. FenderMate is designed to be inserted either buccally or lingually. The matrix reaches from the base of the wedge to just above the occlusal surface. To form the contact point the matrix has a pre-contoured indentation, which mimics natural contours. > Suggested procedure before preparation and placing of FenderMate.

 

Clinical Cases: FenderMate Prime

FenderMate Prime is a unique combination of a preparation shield and matrix for Class II fillings of primary teeth where quick and simple solutions are highly valued. FenderMate Prime is an interproximal plastic wedge with an inbuilt steel plate. The "boat-shaped" tip allows the gingiva to be compressed without damage and reduces the risk for bleeding. FenderPrime Green (long) can be shaped to the contour of the tooth. > Learn how to use FenderMate Prime in these clinical cases.

 

Clinical Tips: ProxyPal

ProxyPal is a transparent 3D contoured matrix for the front area. The pre-shaped progressive curvature aids to create incisal fillings with a correct anatomical shape and is especially designed for large proximal fillings and closure of frontal diastemas, preventing “black triangle disease”. In order to achieve a perfect filling the matrix has been designed such that the curvature of the matrix escalates linearly along its total length. > Learn how to use Proxy Pal for Class IV, Large Class III, Closure of diastema.

 

Clinical Cases: Calasept

Calasept Plus & Calasept are pure calcium hydroxides. The very high concentration of >41% in combination with optimal calcium ion release generates the extremely efficient and long-lasting bactericidal effect, i.e. killing bacteria. Calasept Plus & Calasept are radio-opaque. > See before and after pictures in these clinical cases.