Benefits of a Tubeless Guide
Constrained by Access and Visibility?
Seeking Accuracy with Ease?
The ThinLayer® tubeless guide is a unique and valuable tool to address challenging scenarios for implant placement. Like its tubed-design counterpart, the proprietary tubeless guide consistently delivers excellent retention and works in conjunction with the custom drill stops provided as part of the ThinLayer® system. When used properly following the specified protocol, the unique patented attributes of the “windowed” design translate the value of CBCT restorative planning with practical clinical benefits not offered by other guide designs.
ORDINARY PROBLEMS ADDRESSED BY EXTRAORDINARY DESIGN
Almost all surgical drill guides have integrated metal tubes which direct vertical trajectory of drills, keys and other related guided surgery instrumentation, however in certain situations, such as posterior cases with limited vertical clearance, access and visibility are restricted using these traditional guide designs. In addition, 3D-printed or milled hard plastic material used in drill guides can increase intraoperative slippage and frustration.
THE ACCURACY OF GUIDED SURGERY WITH THE EASE OF FREE-HAND PLACEMENT
Guided Surgery Solutions is proud to offer the ThinLayer(add registration mark) Tubeless Surgical Drill Guide and Stop System which facilitates superior access, visibility and irrigation in challenging cases in comparison to standard tube guides. The associated technique not only affords greater potential for improved accuracy but also increased potential for reduced stress in implant placement.
DOUBLE DOWN ON DESIGN
The dual soft/hard polymer design affords high retentiveness and low, stable profile while the proprietary “windowed” design can afford greater visibility with easy use of custom drill stops to facilitate trajectory and depth.
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