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V.I.S.T.A Stands for Vestibular Incision Subperiosteal Tunneling Access. It Contains a Collection of 6 Instruments for Innovative Tunneling Techniques and Practical Surgery
A tunneling procedure is a technique for root coverage with acellular dermal matrix (ADM) to treat Miller's Class I and II gingival recession defects.
It is superior to conventional gum grafting procedures because no incisions are made in the areas of recession. Incisions made during conventional gum grafting have the problem of increased rates of failure and scarring.
- Must clean after every use with warm water to remove blood , tissues and mucus from the instruments
- Ultrasonic cleaning is recommended for all the instruments specially articulated instruments such as forceps, rongeurs, etc
- Use only standard and reputed brand of disinfectant solutions.
- We recommend that the temperature does not exceed 120C
- Dry heat sterilization see that temperature does not exceed 180C and there should be no long exposure as this would cause discoloration, loss of temper and this in turn would disturb the hardening of the instrument
- Do not use substandard chemicals or disinfectants as they can damage the instruments
- Avoid use of unsuitable highly acidic chlorine containing agents
- Use Demineralized water only
- Never rub an instrument with metal brush at the time of cleaning.
- 1 x W-V-1:Vista1
- 1 x W-V-2:Vista2
- 1 x W-V-3:Vista3
- 1 x W-V-4:Vista4
- 1 x W-V-5:Vista5
- 1 x W-V-6:Vista6
Tunneling Procedure For Gum Grafting
STEP 1: Cleaning The Exposed Root Surfaces
First, the teeth must be thoroughly cleaned. Once the root surfaces are cleaned, they are treated with doxycycline solution to further detoxify the root surface
STEP 2: Non-Incisional Technique
This procedure is performed by tunneling under the gum tissues to create a space for the graft. The gum tissue between the teeth always stays intact
STEP 3: Inserting New Tissue
With this procedure, the patient's tissue or donor tissue (allograft) can be used. The graft is placed under the tunneled gum tissue
STEP 4: Single Suture Secured
The graft and gum tissue are raised to cover the exposed root surface using one suture. One suture (stitch) is always used, regardless of the number of teeth grafted in the same area of the mouth.
STEP 5: Completion
Once the surgery has healed, it will look the same as adjacent gum tissue that was not grafted.
- Manufacturer/Importer warranty of 6 Months against Rust
- Service and Warranty are handled by the manufacturer/importer directly for this product
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