Having trouble removing an implant? We have the solution!

Explore the world of advanced dentistry with GT-Medical’s Universal Implant Extractor. This device provides an innovative solution to the challenge of removing poorly integrated or fractured dental implants without compromising the integrity of the alveolar bone. Its design offers an efficient and precise way to address these problems, ensuring a safe and risk-free extraction process for the patient.


An Implant Extractor is a dental device that safely and efficiently removes problematic dental implants. This instrument applies controlled forces to loosen and remove the implant without damaging the surrounding bone. Its tapered body adapts to various implant types and clinical situations, offering a reliable solution for dental professionals.



This product is compatible with all types of dental implants, regardless of their connection, platform, or length.


The extractor is a single piece with conical geometry that can be adjusted to remove various damaged parts. The cut of the extractor will vary depending on the type of part that needs to be removed.


Designed for single use per patient, but can be reused up to two times (three uses) depending on the first use.


The extractor can withstand torque of up to 200N-cm* to tighten it onto implants.

*If the device fails to pull out near the maximum torque of 200N-cm -> trim the end about 0.5mm and try again.


Available in two different lengths with identical extraction geometry.


Depending on the type of part to be removed, proceed in a particular way, but in general, proceed as follows:

  1. Check that the element is completely immobile**.
  2. Mill the surface to make a hole in the centre**.
  3. Cut the extractor to the specific size for each case.
  4. Insert the puller and turn counterclockwise, making sure it is tight.
  5. Insert the round ratchet and turn counterclockwise applying a maximum torque of 200N/cm.

** Proceed in the case of extraction of broken and/or worn screws.

To read the complete and particular process for each case, please refer to the following PDF document.

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