Implant-One System Benefits
The Implant System Designed Exclusively to Maximize Bone and Tissue Health
Bone and Gingival tissue health is essential to your patients overall health and well being. Why not use an implant system created to support that objective?
Features and Benefits of Implant-One 300, 400 and 500 Series (Coming Soon)
Implant-One Dental Implants are uniquely designed for crestal or sub-crestal placement:
Implant-One recommends placement of the Implant/ Abutment connection at or below the crest of bone.
Sub-Crestal Implant Placement allows more highly vascular trabecular bone to form between the cortical plate and the implant.
Sub Crestal Implant Placement also reduces the stress applied to the cortical plate around the implant abutment interface, reducing the potential die back of the cortical plate and implant exposure.
External threads on standard thread model are an aggressive modern design for excellent primary stability.
External threads on the wide thread implant design provide even more primary stability than the standard thread design. This aggressively threaded design option makes it a good choice for immediate implant placement in extraction sites.
All external threads are self-tapping although a tap is available for clinical cases with very dense bone.
Abutment screws are retained in the abutment to simplify installation
Abutments are retrievable.
All abutments include an internal threaded area to retain the screw and allow use of a jack out tool to remove the abutment from the implant if necessary.
Morse taper type connection:
Morse Taper type Connection creates a tight bacteria free connection with minimal micro-movement which is critical to preserve long term bone health.
6 Degree per side tapered connection creates a tight implant/abutment connection. This implant abutment connection design is what allows the implant to be placed sub-crestal. Sub -crestal placement has many clinical advantages and is a unique feature available on very few implant systems currently.
Total 12 degree tapered connection allows for removal of the abutment in conjunction with the jack out tool. Historically tapered implant abutment connections had many clinical advantages but we’re very difficult to separate the abutment from the implant when needed. This Jack out tool eliminates that challenge.
Implant connection is 2.3 mm deep. Longer than any other screw retained abutment connection on the market.
The implant / abutment connection design is long and strong, allowing sub-cresal placement, minimal micromovement or microgap at the implant abutment connection, and long term hard and soft tissue health around the implant.
Economically priced, high quality implant system.
Features and Benefits of the Implant-One 100 and 200 Series
Designed for Crestal or Sub-Crestal Placement
Implant-One recommends placement of the Implant/ Abutment connection below the crest of bone. Sub-Crestal Implant Placement allows more highly vascular trabecular bone between the cortical plate and the implant.
Smallest diameter Abutment Emergence Profile
Maximizes vascularity, required for healthy bone and soft tissue in the critical crestal area surrounding the top of the Implant.
Morse Taper Type Connection
Creates a tight bacteria free connection with no micro-movement that is critical to preserve long term bone health.
Properly sized implants maintain cancellous bone between the implant and the cortical plate.
Implant-One Implants are designed explicitly with the features required to promote and maintain healthy bone and soft tissue.
- No Bone Resorption
- Healthy cancellous bone surrounding and covering the implant
- Excellent hard and soft tissue health
Preventing Heat and Pressure Necrosis is Critical to Implant Success
Implant-One thread design, drill sizes and surgical protocol are designed to prevent pressure necrosis caused by installing an implant in an osteotomy that is too tight.
Surgical drills with sharp cutting edges and internal irrigation help keep the bone cool during the drilling operation to prevent heat necrosis.
Bacterial intrusion in the implant/ abutment connection, may lead to bone loss, gingivitis, periodontitis and implantitis which are all detrimental to your patients overall health and well being.