DENTI BONE LEVEL IMPLANT SYSTEM
The Denti® implants' surface is the combination of a physical and mechanical surface treatments (sandblasting and Chemical treatment).
The surface of all implants connecting to the boné shows clear titanium- oxide (rutil) crystal structure which was first micro-roughened using the large particle "sandblasting" technique then thickened with passivation. This micro-roughened, passivated surface design with its high surface energies is the guarantee fór the rapid and safe formation and permanent adherence of the boné tissue on the surface of the Denti® implants.
Its highly micro-porous surface ensures a stable implant-bone connection thus creating an optimál condition fór successful treatment. According to clinical control studies, the success rate of Denti® implants has been above 97% over the pást 27 years.
THE DENTI® IMPLANTS MADE OF UNALLOYED, PURE TITANIUM (Grade 4)
have double safety packaging one external and one internal (thermo sealed) part.
Titanium implants are sterilized with gamma irradiation.
The sterility is assured for 5 years.
THE PACKAGE CONTAINS:
- instructions for use
- guidance for insertion
- guidance for prosthetic procedures
- guidance for impression taking
- detachable labels (LOT number and barcode for unique identification)
All Denti® implants can be traced back according to product name and LOT number, which can be found on both the outer and the inner packings. Please keep the self-adhesive barcode labels.
BACTERIA-FREE CLOSURE - MICROMOVEMENT-FREE IMPLANT-ABUTMENT CONNECTION
The self-locking cone surface is formed in the inlet of the neck part of the Denti® Bone Level implant, and there is a hexagonal recess below it. This hexagonal design serves tor the screwing-in of the body part of the implant and the positioning of the abutment. From here a cylindrical bore starts in the apical direction, which receives the concentric skirt of the abutment. This tube-in-tube body part-abutment design allows fór the precise insertion of the abutment and aids the damage-free elimination of the masticatory forces acting on the abutment. Below this, apically, there is the nest of the screw securing the abutment.