Dental Implant Systems
Implant Logistics strives to provide healthcare professionals with the best dental implant systems available. As such, Implant Logistics offers doctors with two implant systems: Implant One and Leone.
As the proprietary implant system designed and developed by Implant Logistics, Implant One specifically designs and manufactures implants with the necessary features required to promote and maintain healthy bone and soft tissue after placement. This is achieved with a cutting-edge implant-to-abutment design that allows Implant One implants to maintain better long term bone and tissue health.
Designed to support optimum bone health, aesthetics and ease of use, the Implant One Implant system allows clinicians to economically choose the most ideal solution for their specific surgical or restorative needs.
Features of the Implant One system
Morse taper connection
Designed with a Morse Taper-type connection, Implant One implants create a tight, bacteria-free connection, with minimal micro-movement or micro-gaps at the implant-abutment connection, crucial to the long-term preservation of bone and soft tissue health.
With six degrees per side taper, and an implant abutment connection that is 2.3 mm deep, the Implant One Implant system successfully utilizes a screw-retained, tapered abutment connection. This Morse Taper connection creates an ultra-tight implant-to-abutment connection, allowing clinicians the opportunity to place the implant sub-crestally.
This implant-abutment connection design supports long term hard and soft tissue health around the implant, thus allowing for maximum longevity and aesthetics.
Sub-crestal implant placement has many clinical advantages and is a unique feature available in very few current implant systems. This placement helps to reduce the stress applied to the cortical plate, allows for sub-crestal implant placement, and helps prevent tissue and bone die-back around the implant-to-abutment interface and reduces potential implant exposure. As such, it is recommended that the implant-to-abutment connection be placed at or below the crest of bone.
The Implant One system provides clinicians with two thread variants to attain optimum primary stability in any clinical case.
Aggressively threaded, the standard implant design combines advanced self-tapping technology with modern shape dynamics for excellent primary stability in most clinical situations. The standard implants have micro-threads at the cervical portion of the implant to reduce pressure on the thin cortical plates, reducing the risk of pressure necrosis. Additionally, coming in eight different diameters with each available in 4 lengths, the Implant One Implant System allows clinicians to maximize the size of the implant within the available bone at the implant site.
Moreover, boasting a variable depth thread profile with an exclusive thread cutting tip, the Implant One Dental Implant System allows for easy insertion to minimize bone loss due to pressure necrosis and helps clinicians achieve maximum initial stability.
This feature, coupled with a low-heat/low-pressure drill designed by Implant One, makes it clear why so many clinicians have found this system to be an excellent dental implant system.
In addition to aggressive threading, the wide thread design provides maximum primary stability through optimal surface area interfacing. The wide thread is ideal for immediate implant placement in extraction sites or in cases with poor bone density.
All external threads are self-tapping. However, a tap is available for clinical cases with very dense bone.
Historically, tapered implant abutment connections have been exceedingly difficult to remove, if not impossible. For that reason, we have developed the first, easily retrievable tapered implant abutment. This new Implant One feature is unique among tapered implants.
Further, Abutment screws are retained in the abutment to simplify installation. All abutments include an internally threaded area to retain the screw and allow the use of an “abutment extractor tool” (included in the restorative kit) to remove the abutment from the implant if necessary.
Affordable High Quality Implant Solutions
Implant One is absolutely dedicated to providing clinicians and patients with the highest-quality dental implants available at nearly the best price on the market. Routinely, doctors find that Implant One dental implant systems are nearly 1/3 the price of other systems with zero corners cut on quality.
Ease of use
Implant One's carrier and impression components utilize a patent-pending extraction feature, in addition to a smartly designed surgical kit that makes implant placement easier, more efficient and less complicated than ever for doctors and their patients. Additionally, Implant One Dental Implants can be placed crestally or sub-crestally in the oral cavity.
Preventing Bacterial Intrusion
The Implant One dental implant system was created with the mission to provide the optimum implant-to-abutment connection on the market while providing strength, stability and reliability that is rivaled by few. As a result, the design of the implants provides strength, orientation, and a virtually impenetrable seal, capable of preventing the intrusion of bacteria into the implant abutment connection.
Hexed implant showing
significant bone die-back
Implant One implant placed sub-crestally
showing no die-back 2 years post placement
This dynamic of the implant drastically reduces the crestal bone loss traditionally associated with many dental implant systems on the market, and in many cases, removes it altogether.
Our 6-degree-per-side taper is straighter than any other internally-oriented system in North America. This creates a connection between the implant and the abutment that is so tight that it virtually eliminates micro-movement or the creation of a micro-gap between the implant and the abutment. Vitally, the strength of the connection prevents bone-robbing-bacteria from entering the inner chamber of the implant, thus effectively rendering crestal bone loss & bone die-back a thing of the past.
Heat and Pressure Necrosis Prevention
Preventing heat and pressure necrosis is a critical component to successfully placing an implant with any implant system. Implant One recognizes this reality and has taken a leap forward in its prevention with the development of a low-pressure and low-heat surgical drill.
This innovative design helps keep the drill cool during operation, and, with cutting-edge thread design, drill sizes, and protocol, the drill drastically reduces pressure necrosis caused by implant installation in an osteotomy.
Comprehensive Implant System
In addition to individual implants, Implant One provides doctors with fully-integrated implant systems and kits, replete with matching abutments, instruments and accessories. These systems are designed to provide doctors with absolute maximum efficiency in their practices and to help them successfully place stable, healthy implants with minimal bone and tissue loss. More information on Implant One surgical kits.
Made in the U.S.A.
All components of the Implant One system are made in the U.S.A. This allows for stringent quality control and reduced costs compared to other implant systems. Additionally, this makes it possible for Implant One to react very quickly to research innovations and industry developments; ultimately providing doctors with better dental implant systems.
Unrivaled Customer Support
Our doctors and their patients are our highest priority. As such, providing one of the best dental implant systems available comes in second to providing top-tier customer support for our customers. From the diagnostic phase through surgery and restoration, Implant One provides assistance and helps with any questions or concerns doctors may have throughout the process of implant placement. Our support team can be reached via phone or email.
The Implant One system was developed for dentists, by a dentist. The goal was to create a system that produced superior results, manufactured in the USA, and at a competitive price.
Training & Continued Education
As the implant dentistry market grows in popularity and size, Implant Logistics and Implant One believe that more and more educational experience on the subject is required by doctors to fully master their skills and to protect patients from mistakes.
Implant One and Implant Logistics provide doctors with comprehensive training courses on implant surgery, implant placement, implant restoration and post-operative patient management and more. These courses cover a myriad of implant-related-subjects and are specifically designed to help doctors become confident and proficient in implant surgery while helping them overcome their considerations and/or apprehension on the subject.
Offering some of the most critical dental implant solutions available on the market, it is easy to see why many of the courses are acclaimed by alumni as one of the most important steps they took in their implant dentistry career.
Learn more about Dental Implant Training with Implant Logistics here.
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Standard and wide implants
The standard implant design is ideal for most clinical situations. By varying the osteotomy diameter, this implant design can be used in all bone density types.
The wide thread implant is designed for maximum primary stability in cases of immediate implant placement in extraction sites or in cases with poor bone density. This wide-thread variant should not be used in clinical situations with dense bone.
- Most clinical situations
- All bone density types
Wide thread implants
- Patients with less bone density
Series color identifier
Color-coding on implant and part charts allow easy identification on series/diameter/platform. Implants are internally color coded based on series. Restorative components are also color coded. When selecting restorative components choose based on the series of the implant used.
- Series 300 implants and components are blue.
- Series 400 implants and components are purple.
- Series 500 implants and components are green.
Leone Orthodontics & Implantology
Established in 1934, Leone Orthodontics and Implantology has an impressive 84-year history of excellence in dental products. Beginning in the workshop of resourceful craftsman, Mario Pozzi, Leone's business activities commenced under the name Leone S.p.a.
Based in Italy, Leone has been specifically manufacturing dental implant systems since 2001. Their implants are considered to be among the strongest in the market.
With such an impressive reputation for high-quality dental implants and tools, it is easy to see why many consider Leone S.p.a to be a provider of one of the best dental implant systems globally.
With a manufacturing facility spanning more than 14,000 square meters and a work force of more than 100 people, Leone embodies the definition of dedication to a craft. Today, Leone S.p.a. is the leading Italian manufacturer of orthodontic products, and, since 1993, has been a member of O.M.A. (Orthodontic Manufacturer's Association) which incorporates only 12 world-wide orthodontic manufacturers.
With the introduction of the Leone "Implant System" in 2001, Leone has continued to improve and develop its products through advanced quality manufacturing techniques. As a result, Leone is able to offer its range of products to a constantly demanding and evolving market without falling behind the times.
The Leone Implant System
Made of medical-grade-5 titanium, the Leone standard dental implant boasts a proprietary cylindrical shape with a ISO-compliant thread. Designed to provide higher primary stability and less bone impact than other systems, the Leone implants are on the bleeding-edge of implant technology.
Additionally, Leone standard dental implants are available in three different diameters and in a 6.5 mm "short" version. A color code marks each implant and guides the user in the choice of the relevant accessories and tools necessary for the successive surgical phases.
With no screws to cause abutment fracture, Leone implants are prefect for cases that require maximum implant support or strength. For example, patients with minimal bone or who need to use a short implant to stay clear of nerves and sinuses can benefit from the Leone Implant.
High Rutile Surface
Additionally, the Leone Implant System provides doctors with an implant that has a "High Rutile Surface" or HRS™. Achieved through an exclusive sandblasting process, the implant surface is polished to a roughness of Ra = 2.5 μm. This helps to attract and favor the action of osteoblast cell-types and helps to promote rapid osteointegration.
The Leone implant abutment connection is dependent on two specific geometries: the Morse taper and the inner hexagon. The Morse taper ensures a very high mechanical stability as well as an absence of micro movements, providing a nearly-perfect bacterial seal and an optimal distribution of masticatory load. The hexagon enhances the resistance to torsional loads and allows an easy transfer of the abutments position from the laboratory to the dental office.
The Leone implant system features "platform switching" as a consequence of the integrated conical connections. Due to this, Leone abutments do not require a screw; they are rock solid without any cavity. This feature, combined with the special quality of the titanium used allows the abutment to be easily customized, either in the laboratory, or even in the oral cavity.
6.5 Short Implant
The Leone 6.5 mm short implant is the ideal dental implant solution for several types of cases and situations. Because the Leone system is designed in a smaller body, placement can be achieved while avoiding sensitive anatomical structures with a high degree of safety.
Many of the following complications can be avoided with the utilization of the Leone system:
- Cases with limited vertical bone availability
- Cases that require complex bone grafting procedures
- Cases that require advanced surgical interventions (sinus lifts, inferior alveolar nerve transposition)
Leone 2.0 Implant
The aggressive design and the good biomechanical behavior of the Leone 2.9 implant allow successful implant therapies also in compromised situations such as narrow ridges and limited interdental spaces. The reduced invasiveness compared with a cylindrical Ø3.3 mm Leone implant makes it suitable for the placement in narrow spaces, typical of the aesthetic zone. The great mechanical resistance makes it reliable since it has an adequate margin of safety in relation to masticatory loads.
Leone Max Stability Implant System
The final implant in the Leone line-up, the Max Stability has a primary stability unrivaled by any other dental implant system. Featuring an innovating external "macro-design," the Max Stability shines in cases where the implant site offers poor stability for fixtures with a classical design.
The Max Stability has been shown to have over 50% higher insertion torque values compared to cylindrical implants with the same length and connection size.
The Max Stability implants come in 3.75 mm and 4.5 mm variations and have the same connection as the Leone standard 3.3 mm and 4.1 mm implants; meaning that the entire system can be connected; a hallmark of a truly unique dental implant system.
Monoimplants for O-Ring Overdentures
Leone monoimplants for o-ring overdentures are likewise made of medical-grade-5 titanium. The implant is capable of self-tapping with threads in accordance with ISO standards; this implant provides excellent primary stability in a variety of cases.
The body of the monoimplant is treated with a sandblasting process that produces a roughness of Ra= 1 µm, purposely designed to support rapid osteointegration. Additionally, the smooth, transmucosal tapered neck helps to enhance gingival healing.
The monoimplants for o-ring overdentures are available in:
- 2.7 mm diameter
- Endosseous portions in four lengths: 10 mm, 12 mm, 14 mm and 16 mm
- Two gingival heights: 3 mm and 5 mm