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Master implants are root-form, screw type tapered endosseous titanium implants with a variable double thread design.
The conical shape of the implant provides improved primary stability and good adaptation in the cervical area. And at the same time allows the implant to be placed in the ideal position for improved esthetics and provides optimal load distribution.
Internal hex as implant / abutment connection provides stable connection, better antitorque resistance, prevents rotation of attached components and thus better stability of the implant.
Master implants are suitable for all types of bone.
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Smart implants are root-form, screw type tapered endosseous titanium implants with a variable double thread design. Micro-threads in the cervical part of the implant for improved tissue attachment, reduced stress and increased stability. Below progressively deeper double-lead threads for increased surface area and faster insertion. Smart implant is self-tapping and self-drilling implant. They are especially good for soft bone and for immediate placement and immediate loading.
Implant / abutment connection also in form of internal hex provides stable connection, better antitorque resistance, prevents rotation of attached components and thus better stability of the implant.
This implant features STANDARD PLATFORM of 3.75mm across the whole range from 3.3mm to 6.00mm diameter implants greatly simplifying prosthetics fitment.
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The Smart Short SP implant design represents an evolutionary development for IQ Implants most popular line. Short implants offer an alternative option for dentist in cases where there is an insufficient bone height. Sinus lift graft procedures, vertical bone augmentation, nerve transposition are all more difficult, costly and less predictable techniques.
Smart Short SP implants offers a viable option of leaving edentulous jaw section without an implant at all or to install at least one as a support for one or more conventional implants.
What sets this implant apart is the evolutionary feature of it's unique split design - 5mm of intra-bony length in addition to a 1.5mm portion extending into the gingiva.
Featuring Standard Internal Hex platform allows utilization of all extensive prosthetics options offered by SP platform. Smart Short SP implants come in 4 diameters: 4.2, 5, 6 and 7mm.
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Narrow SMART NP IQ implants have 3.0mm prosthetic platform. They are very useful in cases with narrow alveolar ridge or when the space is limited between adjacent teeth.
Smart NP implant is a 2-piece implant designed and developed for narrow ridge situations. A small-diameter implant should offer uncompromising strength as well as full prosthetic versatility. The Smart NP offers the benefit of a small diameter while providing the universal restorative platform.
The internally hexed Smart NP 3.0mm implant allows clinicians to easily and predictably treat maxillary lateral incisor or mandibular central and lateral incisor cases that, due to narrow surgical and restorative spaces, couldn't be treated in the past. And, with prosthetic options like special narrow Healing Caps, Transfer Copings, Straight and Angled Abutments, you can provide your patients with highly aesthetic restorations.
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Logic is one-piece small-diameter implant with the abutment permanently attached. They are self-tapping for ease of insertion.
These implants can be used successfully in a variety of clinical situations. It must be emphasized that the reduced surface area of these implants requires correct treatment planning so that loading forces do not cause bone loss or implant failure. The reduced costs of treatment for the patient and less invasive surgery for placement is an advantage. The use of small-diameter implants is ideal for replacing
maxillary lateral incisors and mandibular centrals and laterals. It is often in these areas that only 5mm to 6mm of bone are available between a missing tooth. A CT scan is needed in these situations so that the exact spacing from an axial view can be ascertained. Another reason for a CT scan is to avoid excessive
angulations and the need to overprep the abutment on the one-piece implants.