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4mm Ratchet Wrench for Implant Dentistry
Dental implant ratchets are used for the removal and placement of dental implant attachments, and the initial placement of dental implants (without selected torque). A reliable dental implant wrench is a versatile tool that can be used at numerous stages of implant dentistry.
Dental Implant Technologies supplies a reliable 4mm ratchet wrench suited to clinical use. Learn about the materials, design, and benefits of our dental implant wrench, and order today from our secure online store.
Using a 4mm Ratchet Wrench Without Torque
Torque isn’t always needed for dental wrenches. Whether combined with implant placement drivers or abutment drivers, a standard 4mm dental wrench can provide free control to perform basic procedures.
Torque isn’t necessary for the removal of abutment screws. Screws can be safely released by hand using thumb drivers. The benefit of using a ratchet wrench instead of a thumb driver is that access is easier, especially when dealing with molars.
Even implant placement can be performed with a dental implant wrench without torque. The initial placement of the implant post is often performed without controlled torque, and a torque wrench is then used only for the final confirmation of the implant post.
Dental implant prosthetic screws can also be placed without torque in many cases. An experienced clinician can use a dental implant ratchet and hand tighten prosthetic screws without causing damage.
For the removal of prosthetic screws, a torque wrench is unnecessary. A standard dental wrench can safely disengage and release screws when carefully operated.
Key Design Features
Dental Implant Technologies supplies the efficient Square Ratchet (SKU: HR-S) for clinicians in the United States. This is a non-torque selection ratchet made from surgical stainless steel. It resists corrosion and can be sterilized in an autoclave, ensuring safety and no risk of cross-contamination between patients.
The square 4mm dental wrench uses the most popular type of connection for implant dentistry.
Inherent Advantages of Using a Dental Wrench
There are dental wrench advantages that clinicians can consider when comparing ratchet devices to manual thumb tools.
- The key advantage of a dental wrench is the ability to tighten implants and screws with ease. The action can be repeated in a small space where it is difficult to get access with other tools. Ratchet dental wrenches are inherently more versatile than standard wrenches that require extensive movement and resetting to complete several turns.
- Dental wrenches are versatile when using a square connection. There is compatibility for a broad range of length extensions and tool heads like implant and abutment drivers.
- A ratchet increases safety and efficiency. The handle can repeatedly turn the head without having to remove the wrench. There’s no need to create full swings of the handle, which is ideal when working in the oral cavity where space is limited.
Simply put, dental implant ratchet wrenches are safer, more convenient, and more versatile than manual tools. With our cost-efficient dental implant ratchets, every clinician can enjoy a more convenient way to work on implants and attachments.
Material and Construction of a Standard Dental Implant Ratchet
Surgical stainless steel is used for our dental implant ratchet. This material resists corrosion caused by contact with biological fluids in the oral cavity.
Our standard dental implant ratchet should be hand washed (fully immersed) with a pH-neutral detergent to preserve the quality of the material. Solid construction ensures durability for long-term use. An electronic washing unit like an ultrasonic bath can be used for more convenient cleaning.
The instrument can be autoclaved for sterilization, making it easy to incorporate the instrument into any dental clinic. There are no special care steps to complicate the maintenance of our reliable dental implant ratchet.
Extending Length When Using a 4mm Ratchet Wrench
Long and short driver sizes often provide the versatility needed in the dental office. However, there are cases where a 4mm ratchet wrench adaptor may be needed to improve access when working on abutments and implants.
If a driver alone doesn’t supply sufficient access or length, reliable square extensions are available from Dental Implant Technologies. These are suited to our 4mm ratchet wrench and are universal for use with any other 4mm square connection.
Our Dental Square Ratchet Wrench Extensions (SKU: EX) are available in both 9.5mm and 15.8mm lengths, offering the freedom to add versatility to a 4mm ratchet wrench in any surgical case.
Made from durable stainless steel, these adaptors are safe for surgical use and can be cleaned and sterilized using the same methods as other instruments in the dental office.
Order a 4mm Ratchet Wrench from Dental Implant Technologies
We stock a complete range of torque wrenches, ratchets, and driver kits for dental clinicians. Our 4mm ratchet wrench is a simple and reliable solution for implants and prosthetic attachments. Browse our complete range of dental instruments and order today for the best dental implant supplies.