VPI EP Indicator

The VPI EP Indicator is a multi-use tool that can be used for an accurate, easy and fast intra-oral identification of the proper size and shape custom healing abutment that is needed for the patient.

This tool can also be used for the marking or initiation of the implant osteotomy.

The tools of the VPI EP Indicator system are:
• VPI EP Indicator Base
• Indicator Guide Pins
• 24 Indicator Tabs
• Threaded Retention Handle
• Magnetic Retention Handle

Item No.
5213006650475

How it works

By simply evaluating the prosthetic space with the tab connected to the handle the clinician can identify, and therefore correlate, which size and shape abutment needs to be prepared in the EP Mold well eg. 4.1 EPI 4.1 EP Mold.

This tool can also be used as a surgical guide for the proper positioning of the implant osteotomy.

Each anatomically shaped tab can be oriented in the mouth in two ways; Buccal-Lingual or Mesio-Distally.

Orientation T lines of the anatomical tabs, serve as reference for correct orientation of the prosthetic connection of the implant that will allow proper orientation of the anatomical healing abutment once coupled with the implant.

Outside Row

Anatomical shaped tabs (12) that correspond in shape and dimensions with the antomical shaped wells of the VPI EP Mold, with a coding number that ranges from 1.1 to 12.1.

The 1.1, 2.1 and 3.1 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of anterior teeth (S/M/L).
The 4.1, 5.1 and 6.1 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of premolars (S/M/L).
The 7.1, 8.1 and 9.1 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of large premolars and small molars (S/M/L).
The 10.1, 11.1 and 12.1 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of large molars (S/M/L).

Inside Row

Cylindrical shaped tabs (12) that correspond in shape and dimensions with the cylindrical shaped wells of the VPI EP Mold, with a coding number that ranges from from 1 to 12.

The 1, 2 and 3 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of anterior teeth (S/M/L).
The 4, 5 and 6 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of premolars (S/M/L).
The 7, 8 and 9 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of large premolars and small molars (S/M/L).
The 10, 11 and 12 tabs correspond to root trunk shapes of large molars (S/M/L).