Tips on cleaning DIOnavi Dental Implant Surgical Drilling kit

In order to ensure the success of the surgery, the drilling kit and other components used to place dental implants deserve a thorough and careful cleaning procedure. At DIO implant, we are committed to guiding our clients through each of the steps of our surgical procedures.

Caution Before Use:
– The surgical drills in our DIOnavi drilling kit are Swiss designed and engineered. Considering that each of them is reusable, sanitization is crucial in order to prevent cross-infection in patients, corrosion in drills, and even erosion of sharpness.
– In the process of cleaning, drying, sterilizing, and storing, each step is important, and ignoring one can negatively affect the bone tissue.
– Cleaning the drill with an antiseptic solution, gently brushing to remove biological debris, and then cleaning it with cold water to remove any remaining antiseptic, will prevent corrosion.
– Non-sterilized products must be sterilized at 132℃ for 15 minutes or at 135℃ for 10 minutes with a high pressure steam sterilizer before use.
– Run the sterilizer or autoclave using pre-vacuum method and 15 minutes then allow to Dry for 30 minutes.
– Rinse and immerse the tools through cold water, using a non-toxic neutral solution water soluble cleaning agent.
– Examine visually for any remaining bone fragments or debris and scrub as necessary.
– Kit components should be packed into sterilization pouches to protect instruments from contamination after sterilization
– Do not reuse implants, cover screws, temporary abutments, and abutments. Reuse of these items will lead to increased risk for product failure as functionality and contamination.

■ Check if surgery equipment is polluted before surgery.
■ The product should be used only for dental surgery. It should be used in the proper order.
■ When a cutting surgery instrument is used, spray saline solution to prevent the bone from being overheated.
■ The operator should determine the status of the bone precisely and cut it with an instrument at the proper speed.
■ As small instruments may go into the patient’s throat during surgery, fix them with wires when used.
■ Our surgical instruments may be re-used. Please replace them with new ones when their cutting force decreases

Download our Instruction Manual for more details .