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Introduction

 

ACM (Auto Chip Maker) is an instrument to collect autograft bone from mandibular molar or incisor for GBR in defected area.

 

  

Advantages

 

 

- Enough high quality Autogenous bone for good bone formation

- Collect the 1cc bone chip within 10 seconds

- Bone chip form makes easy handling while bone grafting

- The bone volume can be adjusted by different diameters

- No slippery due to the pointer

- Excellent cutting force, no shaking at any surface

- Enough irrigation through holes prevents bone heating

 

Components

 

 

 

  Stopper Stops

  within 4m of

  depth and receive

  more amount of

  bone chips by

  compression.

 * Diameter : 4.0 / 4.5 / 5.0 / 6.0

 * Length : 10.0 / 15.0

 

 

Testimonials

 

Components

 

 

 

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 1. Drill at 300 ~ 500 rpm with enough irrigation after install the stopper

* 80rpm without irrigation to harvest fresh bone

2. Collect autogenous bone with a depth of 4mm

 

 

 

 3. Remove the stopper gently and remove the bone to the bowl

 

 

 

  

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4. Put the bone in the bowl

 

  5. User Autogenous bone for the bone grafting 

 6. Complete bone grafting

 

  


Clinical cases
Clinical cases
GBR procedure with a CTi-mem and a combination of Bio-Oss and auto bone
16 August 2015
GBR technique using autogenous bones and titanium mesh
22 August 2015
This case presents how to augment the narrow ridge with the autogenous bone harvested with an Auto Chip Maker (ACM) and CTi-mem Titanium Mesh. 12 weeks follow-up shows verification of the volumetric stability of the graft.
Management of an advanced periimplantitis
25 April 2015
This case presents how to treat periimplantitis with i Brushing and additional laser & tetracycline treatment.
Horizontal bone augmentation with autogenous bone and CTi-mem
06 May 2015
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User guide - ACM

 



Scientific Evidences

ACM article (Hindawi BioMed Research International Volume 2017, Article ID 7819080)

Comparison of the Bone Harvesting Capacity of an Intraoral
Bone Harvesting Device and Three Different Implant Drills