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How do I contact a support representative if I have questions?

Technical:  Support Line: 855-300-1490
Customer Care Line: 855-263-5539

What are the recommended implant motor settings?

What do the line markings on each drill represent?

The line markings represent different depth ranges of the drills:


How often should I replace my drills?

Although the straight parallel drills and Multi-Drills™ are reusable, there are many factors that may affect wear on the drill (i.e. bone density and composition, the number of autoclave cycle exposures, handling during instrument cleaning, use of irrigation, drilling speed, etc.). Therefore, we recommend replacing the drills after 20 uses, but you may always opt to replace them sooner. Note that it is critical to have sharp cutting drills when creating an osteotomy so that the bone does not overheat. If a drill is dull or does not cut, it should be disposed of and replaced with a new drill. Sharp dental drills also make the preparation of the implant site easier and will help secure correct insertion of the implant.

How do I know which prosthetics to use?

Use our implant sizing guide below to accurately evaluate each case in determining which prosthetic to use:

Can you explain the prosthetic connections for each implant diameter?

With the OsteoReady® System, all implant diameters have one prosthetic connection of 3.75mm. This gives the clinician the opportunity to platform match or platform switch. With only one connection, the simplified prosthetic procedure is efficient and requires little inventory.

What is the torque value for the prosthetic components?

What is the recommended torque value for implant placement?

OsteoReady® recommends an implant torque range of 25-45Ncm.