When an angle correction with the software rotation tool is made in one plane (tangential, for example) the cross sectional plane is now no longer visible after about a 10° rotation. Therefore, it is necessary to go back to the initial alignment view and make changes in the other plane.
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Guide Right™ Immediate Placement Immediate Load Linear & Angular Corrections Featuring CROSS SECTION of CAST FABRICATION of DIAGNOSTIC Guide: straight guide posts · ceramic guide sleeves SURGICAL Guide: magnetic offset guide post · open guide sleeve COMPARING: GALAXIS & Invivo5 Software Evaluations Anatomage SMIT 2.2013
Fabrication of DIAGNOSTIC GUIDE Using: 3 X 30 mm straight guide posts 3 mm cylindrical ceramic guide sleeve
An impression was taken and a cast was made with the existing deciduous tooth in place #11A cast is made of patient to replace A hole is drilled through the deciduousthe deciduous maxillary left cuspid. tooth with a 3/32” drill.
The deciduous tooth was removed from A ceramic guide sleeve is placedthe cast leaving the previously drilled hole. on the 3 mm guide post.A 3 mm x 30 mm guide post is placed in thehole in the cast.
#11Triad® Gel was used to capture the cleat on the ceramic guide sleeve andadjacent teeth to fabricate the DIAGNOSTIC guide. It is now ready to besecurely seated in the patient for the cone beam X-ray so that the long axisof the proposed osteotomy can be evaluated.
PREview of Pre-op Corrections #11 LINEAR CORRECTION 1st : 1 mm toward the buccal 2nd: 1 mm toward the distal Accomplished by using a 1.5 mm offset guide post rotated 45 in thebending tool block ANGULAR CORRECTION 10 toward the distal Cosine is applied to determine correction data. See slide show: Pythagorean Theorem: COSINE Calculations for Guide Right™ Guides
Yellow planned axis of guide sleeves Green: ideal axis of virtual implant in bone. cross sectional view tangential view #11A better position appears to be a 21 angular correction The mesio-distal axis can also betoward the buccal with linear movement of the guide sleeve corrected 10 - 11 toward the distal1.5 mm toward the buccal from the present axis of the according to the image.ceramic guide sleeve in the DIAGNOSTIC guide.
Preparing for 1st BENDA 1.5 mm offset guide post is placed in the bending tool. The offsetpositioned toward the buccal is rotated in the bending tool block with thedepression mark positioned toward the right.
1st BENDThe stylus is placed over the guide post and bent 20° - 21°which will reposition the guide sleeve angleaway from the apex of the adjacent distal tooth.
2nd BENDThe slide support bar is positioned beneath the stylusto maintain the 20 angle of the 1st bend.The 2nd bend will be 10 toward the distalto avoid hitting the root of the distal tooth.
Fabrication of SURGICAL GuideIllustrated with cross-sectioned models
The DIAGNOSTIC guide sleeve showsthe original planned axis of the DIAGNOSTIC SLEEVE
A 1.5 mm offset guide post is placed in the bending tool. The offset postwhich will be toward the buccal is rotated in the bending tool with thedepression toward the right.
The stylus is placed over the guide post and bent 20° which will repositionthe guide sleeve angle away from the apex of the adjacent distal tooth.
The slide support bar is positioned beneath the stylus to maintainThe 20 angle of the first bend. The 2nd bend will be 10 toward the distalto avoid hitting the root of the distal tooth.
REview of Pre-op Corrections #11 LINEAR CORRECTION 1st : 1 mm toward the buccal 2nd: 1 mm toward the distal Accomplished by:using a 1.5 mm offset post rotated 45 in the bending tool block ANGULAR CORRECTION 10 toward the distal Cosine is applied to determine correction data. See slide show:Pythagorean Theorem: COSINE Calculations for Guide Right™ Guides
Guide Right™ GENERATION II BENDING TOOL SINGLE BEND reviewStep 1 Place bending tool plate on a secure flat surface with the degree increments at the top & the stainless steel bar with the v-cut at the bottom.Step 2 Locate 3/32” hole in the center of the v-cut and place the bottom half of the guide post into the hole. Tighten the set screw.Step 3 Locate the hole in the bottom of the stylus that you will use that will fit over the top half of the guide post (3.0 mm, 4.0 mm or 5.0 mm).Step 4 Fit the stylus over the guide post securely with the point directed at zero degrees and the bottom of the stylus in contact with the V block.Step 5 Using the stylus as a lever, bend the guide post to the degree of angle of correction. You may need to ease the point of the stylus beyond the point of the desired degree.Step 6 Loosen screw and remove guide post and the stylus to find the guide post bent to the desired angle.
Guide Right™ GENERATION II BENDING TOOL COMPOUND BEND overviewStep 1 Position a straight or offset guide post in the bending plate, tightening the set screw against one of the flat surfaces on the lower half of the guide post.Step 2 The 1st bend can be made to the right or left direction.Step 3 The set screw is loosened and the guide post is rotated 90 ° next flat surface.Step 4 The 2nd bend in the second plane is made after rotating the guide post up away from the surface of the bending plate to register the stylus point back at 0 degrees.Step 5 Slide the stylus support bar down under the stylus until it supports the stylus. Tighten the side screws before making the second bend.Step 6 The second bend can be made in either direction according to the x-ray.Step 7 Remove the stylus and place the guide post back in the cast with the appropriate side indicated by a mark facing the buccal or lingual surface. Be sure the post is in the correct position. If the post needs to be corrected by a linear movement an offset guide post can be used. Off sets available in the 3 mm guide post: 0.5,1,1.5, 2.0 ,or 3.0 mm.
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