User Manual MIS Ceramic Drills
MT-CRD21 MT-CRD20 MT-CRD28
Ceramic Marking Drill Dia. 2.10mm Ceramic Pilot Drill Dia. 2mm Ceramic Twist Drill Dia. 2.80 mm MARKING DRILL - 2.1mm
Unique blade design for smooth and vibration-free operation. Sharp tip for instant bone engagement.
TWIST & PILOT DRILL
Large venting grooves for fast substance removal. S-shaped tip-transversing blade for easy penetration.
Laser depth markings:
MISâ€™ ceramic drills are made to facilitate smooth and vibration-free operation. Due to their higher resistance to wear, Ceramic drills allow for multiple uses without losing sharpness. The versatile pilot drill is ideal for the initial preparation, and cut into all bone types. The Ceramic twist drills feature unique blade geometry to minimize friction with bone. The 8-16mm laser depth markings are clearly visible on the white ceramic material.
- Optimal cutting properties - Smooth operation - Biocompatible - Metal free - Corrosion free
The ceramic drills are made of high-performance mixture of Zirconia (Zirconium oxide) and Alumina (Aluminum oxide) ceramics. The combination of these materials provides strength of 2,000 Mpa.
Marking Drill For marking the location of implant sites. For any maxillofacial surgery procedure, involving removal of bone. Pilot Drill & Twist Drill For implant site preparation: position, direction and depth.
Recommendations for use
Due to their exceptional sharpness, MISâ€™ Ceramic Drills should be handled with care. Use low contact pressure and constant external irrigation with sterile physiological saline. Note: Never bend Ceramic Drills as they may fracture under severe bending forces! Recommended speed: up to 1000 rpm. Inspect drills for fractures and damages prior to each use.
Ceramic drills should be replaced after 50 to 100 drillings, depending on bone type in previous uses.
Steel vs. Ceramic drills
Steel drills require approx. 40% - 50% higher torques than ceramic drills
Bone substitution material ** (30)
Bone substitution material ** (40)
1,5 1,0 0,5 0,0
** Polyurethane foam in accordance with ASTM F-1839 for testing orthopaedic instruments (in quality 30 and 40)
Drills Maintenance New product
- The device is not sterile. - Cleaning and sterilization are required prior to first use.
- All dental instruments must be be sterilized prior to each use. -Recommended autoclave sterilization protocol: temperature of 134ºC (273ºF), pressure of for 6 minutes or for pre-vacuum autoclave at 132°C (270°F) during 4 minutes. - Do not exceed 134ºC.
Cleaning and Disinfection: - Clean instrument under running water to remove any blood or tissue remnants immediately after use. - Immerse instrument in an approved cleaning/disinfecting solution. - Use of an ultrasonic cleaner is highly recommended. - DO NOT USE agents containing high concentration of chlorine or agents containing oxalic acid. - Use distilled water to prevent water stains.
Maintenance - Perform a visual and functional inspection of the instrument prior to sterilization. Especially look for: damage to instrument, debris or stains and ensure that all moving components are working properly. - Dispose of damaged instruments.
Key to codes used
Attention, see instructions for use REF
Batch Code Manufacturer
catalog number By prescription only
MP-UI016 Rev. 5 Sep. 2014
Published on May 7, 2011
MIS’ ceramic drills are made to facilitate smooth and vibration-free operation. Due to their higher resistance to wear, Ceramic drills allow...