Soft tissue ingrowth area
A soft porous polymer insert provides for the implant integration with the surrounding gingival tissues and serves an infrastructure for the formation of new tissues.
When the gum grows in, the implant bed closes off any access to food particles, plaque, microorganisms, prevents inflammation, infections, loss of bone tissue in the implant bed and benefits to oral hygiene.
In a longer perspective, the effect of integrating the gums with the implant increases the life of the artificial tooth.
Two types of thread
Two types of threads to fit respectively two types of bone tissue – cortical and spongy – contribute to a rigid fixation of the implant in the bone. Micro-carving in the gingival part of the bone bed provides for proper fixation in a dense and hard cortical bone. A wider pitch and a larger thread size in the lower part of the implant allows or mechanical fixation in the spongy bone.The surgical kit for implant placement uses colour markings to make it easier to follow the correct sequence of instruments.
Dental implant positioning
The conical shape and rounding in the apical part contribute to the implant stability and reduce the load to the fulcrum.
Dental implant materials titanium
Material and coating
The implant is made of Class 4 titanium and coated with a titanium dioxide layer that features superior biocompatibility and prevents the migration of heavy metal ions in the oral cavity tissue.