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Lift safely with confidence!
The Mica is designed for a crestal approach to sinus elevation. This kit was the first of its kind, and features a series of pointed trephines, adjustable trephines, and sinus express burs that will allow you to get to the membrane quickly and atraumatically. It provides a crestal approach where the membrane is exposed so you can easily determine the thickness of the Schneiderian membrane. The elevation tools includes 4 sizes of mushroom elevators, a Cobra elevator, and an elevator and packing tool to place and pack bone.

Surgical Method Classified by Sinus Condition

Express Bur

Combines function of
Diamond Drill and Reamer Drill

1. Easy to Clean
The smooth surface makes cleaning easy and leaves no residue after cleaning.

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2. Safety
Stopper provides safe drilling without damaging the membrane even when visibility is poor.

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3. Repeated Use
Bone chips can be easily removed without getting stuck, so longer life is guaranteed.

4. Cutting Capability
Its excellent bone cutting capability eliminates the need for use of the pointed or ASBE trephine burs.

Mica Kit Contents

Fig 1. Drill with a point trephine bur: 2mm until the laser marking is reached.
Fig 2. Drill with ASBE Trephine bur until 1-2mm of bone is left and break the bone by slightly tilting the bur. Remove the collected bone in the trephine by unscrewing the Mini Screw and rotating the shank.
Fig 3. Adjust the position of the stopper to 1mm longer than the remaining bone height and drill with a Express bur 0.7-1mm smaller in size than the diameter of the fixture.
Fig 4. Use the mushroom instrument to lift the membrane through the hole made.
Fig 5. Lift membrane using the Cobra instrument.
Fig 6. Graft the harvested bone and alloplastic material using the spreader.
Fig 7. Adjust the stopper of the Condenser and fill the bone material up to desired depth.
Fig 8. Install fixtures into the sites.

Clinical Case 1

Fig 1. Diagnosis with CT .
Fig 2. Before surgery
Fig 3. Flap reflection
Fig 4. ASBE Trephine Bur & Express Bur: expand the hole
Fig 5. Spreader & Condenser: bone graft
Fig 6. Place a fixture
Fig 7. Graft any buccal defect and place a collagen membrane
Fig 8. Primary closure
Fig 9. Postoperative Intra-oral radiograph

Clinical Case 1

Fig 1. Intra-oral radiograph(Before)
Fig 2. Point Trephine Bur: initial drill
Fig 3. ASBE Trephine Bur: make a hole
Fig 4. Express Bur: expand the hole
Fig 5. Spreader & Condenser: bone graft
Fig 6. Place a fixture
Fig 7. Intra-oral radiograph (After)
Fig 8. Postoperative Panoramic View

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