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Guided Surgery – EasyGuide

EasyGuide: a kit for variable height template

EasyGuide kit is divided in two sides according to the implant length: on the left side the instruments dedicated to implants 8 or 10 mm long, identified with an “A” at the end of their code, whereas on the right side those instruments for implants 11,5 o 13 mm long, indicated by a “B”. .
Surgical guide sleeves have a diameter equal to 5 mm. With the EasyGuide kit the correct drill distance from the bone is defined by the surgical guide design according to the implant chosen.

Clinician should only know from which side to pick up the instruments (left or right)

Enjoying Overmed service, a detailed report of the correct instruments and the sequence to be used will be given.

Drill handles

Drills should be used together with these diameter adaptors that guide the reamers through the surgical guide sleeves avoiding any deviation during bone drilling

Type “A” drill for implants 8 and 10 mm long

Type “B” drill for implants 11,5 e 13 mm long


Circular punch

Circular scalpel to realize the gingival hole in flapless surgery.


Crestal bone drill
To level the bone in order to remove any crests not visible without opening the gingival flap.


Pilot drill and reamers

They have integrated stops: the correct implant depth is defined by the height of the surgical guide sleeves. According to implant length, type A or B drill will be chosen.


Bone taps
The correct bone tap, according to the implant family (A or B) to be inserted, should be chosen. They are designed with integrated stops and are directly guided throughout the sleeves without the use of drill handles.


Countersink drill

The correct countersink drill, according to the implant family (A or B) to be inserted, should be chosen. Integrated stops were not provided so it is fundamental referring to the laser marking on the instruments itself.


Implant driver
The correct implant driver, according to the implant family (A or B) to be inserted, should be chosen. Integrated stops were not provided but laser markings on the instruments. The drivers report on the external side an octagon correspondent to the internal implant connection, allowing the desired connection position during drilling.

It is possible to insert implants until 4,75 mm diameter and 13 mm lenght.

EasyGuide: surgical procedure

Variable template
EDW47510 implant insertion

In the following, as an example, the surgical procedure for an EDW47510 implant insertion is reported. With this procedure, being a 10 mm long implant, the left side of the kit should be used, that is all instruments identified with an “A” letter.


Warnings! It is recommended not to exceed the 50 Ncm torque value during mechanical implant insertion with the contra-angle. To avoid bone damage (necrosis and fragmentation) or mounter deformation,  once a torque value higher than 50 Ncm is reached, remove the surgical guide and proceed manually the implant insertion, with the torque ratchet..


Circular punch


Circular punch EGCM insertion


Gingival hole

Crestal bone drill


Crestal bone drill EGPC insertion


Crestal bone leveling

Pilot drill


Drill handle EGDHPD insertion


EGPDA reamer insertion


Bone drilling

Reamer ø 2.9


Drill handle EGDH29 insertion


 EGDR29A reamer insertion


Bone drilling

Reamer ø 3.4


Drill handle EGDH34 insertion


 EGDR34A reamer insertion


Bone drilling

Bone tap ø 4.75 wide thread


EGWBT475A bone tap insertion


Bone tapping

Countersink drill for ø 4.8 platform


EGPS48A countersink drill insertion


Cortical countersink

Implant driver


Implant extraction with EGKCA driver


Implant insertion with EGKCA driver


Implant inserted

Surgical guide and mounter removal


 EGKCA driver removal


Surgical guide removal


Mounter removal


Bone level implant