conical dental implant / titanium / internal / conical
GALAXY®

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  • Conical dental implant / titanium / internal / conical
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Characteristics

  • Configuration:

    conical

  • Material:

    titanium

  • Connection:

    internal, conical

  • Implant diameter:

    3.3 mm, 3.75 mm, 4 mm, 4.3 mm (0.13 in)

  • Implant length:

    9 mm, 11 mm, 13 mm (0.35 in)

Description

Galaxy®

FEATURES

•Morphology: conical
•Material: titanium
•Connection: 11º conical with double internal hexagon
•Implant diameters: 3.40 mm, 3.70 mm, 4.00 mm, 4.30 mm
• Implant lengths: 8.50 mm, 10 mm, 11.5 mm, 13 mm, 14.5 mm
•Available platform: 2.85 mm

CONNECTION

» Conical connection: 11° morse taper with double internal hexagon
» Conical sealing: no infiltration
» Friction fit: no micro-movements
» RP single platform for all diameters
» Platform switch: soft tissue formation and emergence profile shaping

CORTICAL AREA

» Micro-thread design: preserves marginal bone, reduces cortical stress and improves load distributions
» Inverted cone cortical macro-design: no cortical compression (except for 3,40mm diameter implant)

BODY

» Double lead thread: quick insertion to reduce surgical time
» Grooved canal threads and plateau: releases bone stress and
enables fluid flow
» Variable geometry thread: provides high primary stability:

» Coronal - thick trapezoidal thread
» Medium - thinner trapezoidal thread
» Apical - V-shaped thread
» Optimised morphology
» Apical oblique vents: collect bone detritus during the insertion and
facilitates a change of insertion axis
» Active apex (self-tapping): makes the implant insertion easy with undersized drilling technique
» Atraumatic apex: protects anatomical structures

CONICAL DESIGN

•Facilitates bone shaping at low density
•Suitable for immediate loading
•Indicated for immediate post-exodontic placement
•For cases of convergence and/or apical collapse