WO2014028995A1 - Pressure device for stabilising a surgical guide - Google Patents

Pressure device for stabilising a surgical guide Download PDF

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WO2014028995A1
WO2014028995A1 PCT/BR2013/000316 BR2013000316W WO2014028995A1 WO 2014028995 A1 WO2014028995 A1 WO 2014028995A1 BR 2013000316 W BR2013000316 W BR 2013000316W WO 2014028995 A1 WO2014028995 A1 WO 2014028995A1
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Rinês de Freitas IGLESIAS.
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Iglesias Rines De Freitas
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61CDENTISTRY; APPARATUS OR METHODS FOR ORAL OR DENTAL HYGIENE
    • A61C1/00Dental machines for boring or cutting ; General features of dental machines or apparatus, e.g. hand-piece design
    • A61C1/08Machine parts specially adapted for dentistry
    • A61C1/082Positioning or guiding, e.g. of drills
    • A61C1/084Positioning or guiding, e.g. of drills of implanting tools

Abstract

The invention relates to a device (1) comprising a screw (2), a washer (3) and a nut (4) to stabilise the surgical guide without drilling bone, providing a less traumatic and safer method with a better post-operative period.

Description

"PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING SURGICAL GUIDE"

This the present patent application a novel "PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING GUIDE SURGICAL" especially a device, preferably of plastic, formatting a 5parafuso nut for stabilizing surgical implant guide without bone or gum drilling, eliminating including anesthesia commitment, making the procedure faster without risk and promoting better postoperative.

The innovated device has the scope to lOodontológica area more precisely guides for dental implant surgery guided by computer.

Currently, to facilitate people's lives are developed innovative techniques and technological resources, such as tablets, smartphones, among others. These technological advances have involved the area of ​​dentistry 15medicina and more specifically in the case of dental implants, a resource used to benefit patients who have some dental absence is the dental implants blunt surgery, or surgery guided by computer.

The computer-guided surgery is a minimally invasive and 0planejada surgery from a CT scan, which enables through specific programs planning the placement of dental implants on the computer, allowing the construction of precise guides that will guide the placement of dental implants without cutting and seamlessly in places previously planned.

5 In this regard, in the conventional dental implant surgery to stabilize the surgical guide is necessary anesthesia where will be inserted the nail, more precisely in the gingiva and made a drill with drilling the bone for insertion of the nail currently guarantee the stabilization of the surgical guide.

This stabilization of the current surgical guide presents some 0inconvenientes that are worth mentioning:

> Increased surgical time; > Recovery in a larger time interval;

Increased pain and swelling of inflammation;

> Increased postoperative medication; and

> Need for greater amount of anesthesia during the procedure.

5 Faced with this situation presented was that motivated him to develop a device to stabilize less traumatic surgical guide drilling and application of nails gums that could simultaneously be practical, simple and effective, in accordance with the focus of the request for privilege.

The current prior art anticipates some patent documents lOversam on the matter under consideration as PI0711288-2 "DEVICE TO HOLD AN IMPLANT IN A DENTAL BONE TISSUE, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A MOLD AND SURGICAL METHOD FOR SETTING AN IMPLANT DENTAL IN A TISSUE BONE ". Consisting of improvements introduced in a device and method for holding implant

15dentário in the bone tissue of a surgical patient whose mold has a hollow tubular guide holes through which fixing pins can be used to attach the surgical template to a bone of the patient.

As can be seen, the above patent to effect the method of securing a dental implant to a bone, is used for a surgical template 0com guides and hollow holes for insertion of fixing pins securing the mold to the bone of the patient, this technique as the conventional ones, and incurs the same drawbacks already mentioned.

Aware of the prior art, its shortcomings and limiting the inventor, after studies and researches created "PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING 5GUIA SURGICAL" in question, which in general, it is a device, preferably of plastic, formatting a bolt with nut to stabilize surgical implant guide without the need for bone or gum drilling, including eliminating the anesthesia commitment, making the procedure faster without risk and promoting better after surgery.

0 The "PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING GUIDE

SURGICAL "by its constructive feature ensures the fixation of the surgical guide the tip of the screw, which contains a rubber which it comes into contact with the gums and to promote the clamping supports without trauma and pain, which may cause a slight pressure.

In short, the device appears as claimed most prevalent advantages:

> Easy stabilization of the surgical guide by screws;

Ease of installation and removal of the surgical guide;

> Simple constructiveness;

It does not require anesthesia to drill the bone;

> Decrease pain and swelling caused by inflammation by conventional surgical trauma;

> Reduction of surgical time;

It provides drug decreased;

> Faster recovery enabling the return of the professional and social activities in a shorter time;

> Ensures a postoperative best.

The following explains the invention with reference to the accompanying drawings in which are shown illustrative and non-restrictive manner:

Figure 1 - View in perspective pressure device to stabilize surgical guide.;

Figure 2 - view in exploded perspective of the pressure stabilizing device for surgical guide with side detail of the recess of the rubber.;

Figure 3 - Perspective view of the pressure device to stabilize surgical guide nut fixed to the surgical guide.;

Figure 4 - view in perspective pressure device for surgical estabilizarguia with the receiving nut screw.;

Figure 5 - top view of the pressure device to stabilize surgical guide.;

Fig. 6 - a partial sectional view of the pressure device to stabilize surgical guide, showing the contact of the rubber with the gum;

Figure 7 - exploded perspective view of the pressure device to stabilize surgical guide, a constructive variation as a push button.; Fig. 8 - exploded perspective view of the pressure device to stabilize surgical guide, a constructive variation tip.

The "PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING SURGERY GUIDE", object of this patent request refers to umdispositivo (1) comprised of a screw (2) Rubber (3) and nut (4).

More particularly, the device (1) claimed is simple constructivity, made preferably in plastic, cylindrical shape, comprising a screw (2) whose head may have the shape of a slot (5) or any other that enables tightening by tooling bolt body whose (2) is completed by threads (6) and the lower portion of said screw has a concave shape that receives the rubber (3) of the same shape, said rubber (3) on the screw tip (2) has freedom of important turning actual screw tightening (2) which, when actuated, plays the gums and allows the screw (2) continue tightening, but without rotating this rubber (3) holding down eimóvel not to injure the gums . The nut (4) in turn has a cylindrical shape with internal threads (7) and lower flange (8) which accommodates the antirotacional rods (9) when attached to the guide body (10) does not allow the nut (4 ) suffer any breakage when tightening the screw (2). In a constructive variation of the screw (2) may be replaced by a push button (11). In a second constructive variation may have a tip (12).

Therefore, the present application for patent is of novelty and inventive activity due to the stabilization of the surgical guide is promoted by screws that prevents bone drilling revealing a less traumatic and safer procedure with reduced postoperative which added aaplicação INDUSTRIAL It is worthy of the patent privilege.

Claims

1) "PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING SURGERY GUIDE", wherein the device (1) claimed to be composed of bolt (2) slotted head (5) and threaded body (6) and bottom format comprises
5côncavo consistent with the rubber (3); the nut (4) has internal threads (7) lower flange (8) and antirotacional rods (9) to fix the guide body (10).
2) "PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING SURGERY GUIDE", according to claim 1, characterized in that in a constructive variation of the screw (2) is replaced by a push button (11).
103) "PRESSURE DEVICE FOR STABILIZING SURGERY GUIDE", according to claim 1, characterized in that in a second constructive variation rubber (3) is replaced by a tip (12).
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Citations (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US20020192620A1 (en) * 2000-01-31 2002-12-19 Lars Jorneus Method and arrangement for an implant superstructure
WO2003073954A1 (en) * 2002-03-04 2003-09-12 Technique D'usinage Sinlab Inc. Manufacturing a dental implant drill guide and a dental implant superstructure
EP2543331A1 (en) * 2010-03-05 2013-01-09 Internacional Dental 2007, SL Prosthesis for dental implants

Patent Citations (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US20020192620A1 (en) * 2000-01-31 2002-12-19 Lars Jorneus Method and arrangement for an implant superstructure
WO2003073954A1 (en) * 2002-03-04 2003-09-12 Technique D'usinage Sinlab Inc. Manufacturing a dental implant drill guide and a dental implant superstructure
EP2543331A1 (en) * 2010-03-05 2013-01-09 Internacional Dental 2007, SL Prosthesis for dental implants

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