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WAMkey Intro-Pack


THE reference in terms of crown and bridge removal !

Why take risks?

1. WAMkey is a simple to use solution.
2. It will not cause any pain to your patients.
3. It's quick (usually less than 2 minutes per crown).
4. In most situations, you can reuse the crown provisionally, Thus, you can save a lot of time. In few cases, you can even reuse them permanently.

This kit has everything you need:

- 3 sizes of WAMkeys No1, No2, No3
- Easy to follow, complete instruction CDRom

All components in this kit are fully autoclavable (130°C/275°F)

386.10 USDRef-WKPexcl. VAT(GST)

Crown removal? CHILD'S PLAY!

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Dr William MULLER's Clinical Case - France

This 34/36 (US: 19/21) bridge is about 10 years-old . The dentist has decided to remove it to treat the seriously infected 36. The root canals are closed with silver cones and a screw-post blocks the distal canal.
Because of the screw post, the bridge must be removed (to enable the dentist to reach the root canal)

The presence of the silver cones (old root-fillings) will force the dentist to question the efficiency of the procedure he is about to undertake. Making a new bridge is therefore excluded.
On the other hand, placing a temporary bridge raises the problem of fragility in the long term and the risk of infiltrations .
Re-setting the bridge is highly recommended in this situation.

After having made an incision in each crown, the dentist introduces the working portion/head of the smallest WAMkey® (n°1) successively into each hole to remove both crowns.
If the smallest key is effectively too small, he uses the medium-sized one (n°2) or the biggest one (n°3).
In this case, the hole is drilled in the vestibular face, but it could have been drilled into the lingual one.
Note that the ceramic is not damaged in any way thanks to the minimal force used during this operation, and that the removal took no more than 4 or 5 minutes..

After the crown has been removed, the 36 (#21 US) can be treated. This task is facilitated by the apparent accessibility and visibility.

After the root has been treated, the dentist cements the bridge back. The goal is to leave the bridge in place several months, even years, until satisfied as to the quality of the endondontical treatment.
Any excess cement is removed and the holes are filled with a composite.

There should be no risk of infiltration thanks to the quality of brushing and minimum promptings at that location. If necessary the practitioner can carry out periodical check-ups. Where the re-evaluation of a case requires a lengthy wait, the cosmetic aspect of the restoration is completely satisfactory.

If the treatment proves to be a success, within a few years, the practitioner could think about making a new bridge. However, if this endodontical treatment is a failure, the extraction of 36 might be forced, though the practitioner will have avoided the making of a brand new bridge with a limited life expectancy.

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