Designed with the aim of fulfilling, with its extremely reduced diameter, all prosthetic requirements in total safety and with the same level of reliability as larger implants. To obtain this level of performance, we have produced P129 with a grade 5 titanium alloy which is significantly more resistant than the grade 4 titanium usually used in the production of dental implants. We have also created the prosthetic connection on the exterior, an octagonal element that will not weaken the inner core.
The P129 implant is equipped with a mounter screwed in with through screws. This mounter that supports the implant, is inserted by friction in the in Peek container, inside the sterile package. This assembly Device, produced in grade 5 titanium, can also be used as a re-positionable twist transfer and as a prosthetic abutment.
The prosthetic components making up this product, which can truly be defined as a Mini-System, are able to resolve most of the implant projects, both fixed and mobile. As well as the temporary abutment/mounter (included in the pack), there are castable elements for rotating parts and for mono-implants, a pre-angled abutment (that can be milled) for disparallelism from 10° to 30°, Donut® connections with metallic matrices and caps with different hardnesses. The peculiarity of all these components is their implant-supporting geometry, conometric to 40° to improve stability and prevent unscrewing.
The extremely simple surgical protocol, as well as the use of a rounger (first surgical step), also foresees the use of a single calibrated cutter, while the use of a tapper is not required. Screwing can be carried out using either a dental implant wrench or dynamometric ratchet wrench (calibrated between 35 and 50 Ncm)..
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