Pro-fix™ Precision Fixation System - Membrane Fixation
- Locking-taper, cruciform drive system provides for easy pickup and safe transport of screws to the surgical site
- 1.5 mm x 3.0 mm screw size is designed specifically for securing membranes and mesh
- The self-drilling design of each screw allows penetration through cortical bone without the use of a mallet or the need for drilling pilot holes
- Autoclavable tray conveniently stores and organizes all fixation kit components
- Screw organizer dial is designed and labeled in a way that allows easy organization of up to 100 self-drilling membrane fixation screws, self-drilling tenting screws, and self-tapping bone fixation screws
Membrane Fixation Kit
Membrane Fixation Screws
Quantity Of Boxes
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The Pro-fix™ Precision Fixation System is manufactured to precise tolerances to ensure easy pick-up of screws, stable transfer to the surgical site, and quick engagement in cortical bone.
An autoclavable storage tray is cleverly designed to store not only fixation instruments, but also a variety of membrane fixation, bone fixation, and tenting screws needed in dental bone grafting. Up to 100 fixation screws – including bone fixation, membrane fixation, and tenting – are stored in a built-in screw organizer dial designed and labeled for easy identification, easy storage, and simple re-ordering. All components are labeled, organized, stored, and sterilized together to simplify things for the surgeon and surgical team.
The Pro-fix™ Membrane Fixation Kit includes all the instruments needed to begin placing membrane fixation screws (storage tray with dial, driver handle, and driver blades), along with (20) 1.5 mm x 3.0 mm self-drilling membrane fixation screws. Additional membrane fixation, bone fixation, and tenting screws may be added to the membrane fixation kit separately.
Decision Tree for Vertical Ridge Augmentation.
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Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2018 Mar/Apr;38(2):269-275.
Principles for Vertical Ridge Augmentation in the Atrophic Posterior Mandible: A Technical Review.
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Published Case Series
A Case Series of Vertical Ridge Augmentation Using a Nonresorbable Membrane: A Multicenter Study.
Mendoza-Azpur G, Gallo P, Mayta-Tovalino F, Alva R, Valdivia E.
Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2018 Nov/Dec;38(6):811-816.
Vertical Ridge Augmentation and Soft Tissue Reconstruction of the Anterior Atrophic Maxillae: A Case Series.
Urban IA, Monje A, Wang HL.
Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2015 Sep-Oct;35(5):613-23.
Partial lateralization of the nasopalatine nerve at the incisive foramen for ridge augmentation in the anterior maxilla prior to placement of dental implants: a retrospective case series evaluating self-reported data and neurosensory testing.
Urban I, Jovanovic SA, Buser D, Bornstein MM.
Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2015 Mar-Apr;35(2):169-77.
Vertical ridge augmentation with titanium-reinforced, dense-PTFE membranes and a combination of particulated autogenous bone and anorganic bovine bone-derived mineral: a prospective case series in 19 patients.
Urban IA, Lozada JL, Jovanovic SA, Nagursky H, Nagy K.
Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2014 Jan-Feb;29(1):185-93.