Implant 'Lab' screw drivers

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I have been using the ones from DiamoDent, but it seems they are no longer available. What are y'all using?

Thanks in advance,

Michael
 
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we have some from preat and some from imagine usa. both work well
 
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The Preat kit looks great, sadly quite expensive.
I recently got some cheap ones from aliexpress, they do the job great for lab use. Currently waiting on a few more to arrive.
 
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The Preat ones are pricy as kit.
 
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Well, stupid me didn't look well enough on the DiamoDent website. They still have them available...


Thanks for the input, though!
 
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The Preat ones are pricy as kit.
it is, thats why i have the ones from Imagine USA too. i dont usually buy a kit. i would end up with a bunch of drivers i rarely if ever use. i pick and choose the specifics i need and order just those.

 
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Anyone done any nobel pearls yet? Amazingly they went to a phillips head screw! Laugh
 
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No one has mentioned TD Dental's driver kit yet? I love them so much I bought 2
Can you send me the links. I need to get a set for my self. I got only one driver, sometimes i have to borrow from other colleague
 
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Anyone done any nobel pearls yet? Amazingly they went to a phillips head screw! Laugh
I didn't know what it is and I had to look up 'Nobel Pearls'... Depending on your browser settings, this can go sideways reeaaly quick...

I have seen similar solutions on All-Ceramic implants. I guess the the screw would wear out quickly with a universal grip set up. Or wouldn't grab a hex set up at all.
 
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The screw for the pearl implants is almost 3x the size of a normal 4.2.
 
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We have a handle for latch-type drivers (DESS, Nobel and others sell them) and we get the drivers from either the original company or DESS.

Just print a small organizer and label accordingly and you’re set! You can new drivers as you go.
 
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No one has mentioned TD Dental's driver kit yet? I love them so much I bought 2
shame on Ron for not pimping his wares out in here! honestly, i didnt know they had one.

and i was hoping to say hi to Ron in FDLA, but i didnt see him there.
 

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