1,290.00  excl. VAT

The Biometric instrument kit is designed to keep the surgical and prosthetic instrument set as simple as possible and to prevent mistakes during implant surgery or maintenance. Biometric’s philosophy is to protect the environment and act responsibly.

High-quality materials have been used to create a long-lasting and durable product. An aluminum (AL6061) metal case and slide cover are able to be placed into the autoclave thousands of times and are suitable for heavy use. All materials are recyclable, and no plastic has been used in our product.

The shape and size of the Biometric surgical kit are designed to t any kind of autoclave. As many as two or three kits, including surgical instruments, can be placed into the autoclave at once.

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The sharp TrimRite® stainless steel Lindemann drill (a sidecut drill) is useful
as a pointing instrument. It also has
a side-cut effect to correct implant angulation.


The drill extension has a unique design. It’s extremely safe to use – a perfect t with all other surgical instruments without a risk of losing any parts during critical surgical steps. The instrument is used in complicated situations where more length is needed. The drill extension is also useful for implant insertion with an HS xture driver.


Direction indicators are useful for checking single implant angulation during preparation. This step is important for screw- xed prosthodontics or use of a CAD-CAM TI-Base. Indicators are also essential for paralleling multiple implants.


High-quality and long lasting TrimRite® stainless steel nal drills are color coded and laser marked. A simple and effective design helps to avoid over-heating of the bone and has several cutting zones to prevent vibration during preparation – no need for internal cooling. Working speed is a max of 2000 rpm. Attention! It is highly recommended to replace drills after 25-30 surgeries to avoid any heat damage!


Stoppers are useful for safe surgery. No need to focus on laser marks, and no need to calculate depth. Stoppers are designed for the speci c inplant length + 1 mm for correct implant positioning (1 mm subcrestal).


Tap instruments are designed both for bone condensing and preparation of delicate cortical bone. Tapping helps to avoid overcondensing of the strong bone, which may lead to bone loss and implant failure.


The 1.2 HEX driver is used to match both healing abutments and nal prosthetic components. The 1.7 HEX driver and 0.9 HEX driver are used to x spacers and membrane screws.


The abutment remover is useful for opening already tightened abutments. The abutment remover is also recommended for use in dental labs. The abutment HEX is a delicate structure and can be distorted using inappropriate devices.


Fixture drivers are designed to t perfectly into an implant’s internal thread slot. Be careful with insertion – all force over 50-60 Ncm may lead to distortion of internal implant structures and can cause failure.


The torque driver is a universal instrument for HEX drivers used in surgery or prosthetic procedures.


The depth gauge has laser marked tip and depth marks. All measurements have been calculated with the principle of +1 mm to avoid incorrect implant positioning.