Implant dentistry special tools

Special tools
for Implant Dentistry

We design and manufacture special tools, including bits, burs, drills, tapping devices, etc., used during the various stages of traditional and computer guided dental implant surgery.
The purpose of our tools is to assist the dental surgeon as effectively as possible to ensure the correct geometry of the cavity and also during insertion of the implant.

We supply the following customised services with all our tools designed for dental surgery:

  • Depth notches and/or depth bushings
  • Lubrication and cooling hole
  • Laser marking
  • Passivation
  • Colour codes
  • TiN or DLC coatings
  • Micro shot blasting
  • Electropolishing
  • Satinising

Rose head burs

Rose head burs are used to prepare crestal bone by removing and levelling ridges which may cause burs to slip during preparation of the cavity.

Spade drills

Spade drills are used to cut into cortical bone in preparation for use of a pilot drill.
They can also be used on contoured or uneven surfaces.

Pilot drills

Pilot drills are used to define the depth and axis of the implant location.
To ensure greater precision, we also manufacture pilot drills with depth notches and/or depth (or stop) bushings at the required length.

Precision drills

Precision drills are used to achieve the correct geometrical form and diameter of the cavity prior to implant insertion.
Therefore the geometrical form and diameter of the bur can be fully customised (for example with a screw, straight teeth or chisel design).


Countersinks are usually used when cortical bone is particularly dense (usually type D4), are used to create the housing in the cortical bone for the coronal section of the implant.
As necessary they can be manufactured without a cutting tip to be used as a guide for tool use by following the holes created beforehand.

Tapping devices

Tapping devices are used to create the thread inside the bone or assist the self-tapping design of the implant. The thread then guides the implant during insertion into the cavity.


Scalpels are used to remove any gum growth occurring once the initial period of implant integration has begun.