Versatile Implant


Versatile Implant, also known as VI, refers to dental implants designed to fit a wide clinical range of bone types, places, and augmentations. The VI body is designed with a narrow, cone-shaped core, with a standard, cylindrical outer thread diameter; the core is more tapered, in order to promote bone condensation. VI design typically features vertical and horizontal threading with dual spiral channels, microthreads, platform switching, and a domed apex. These features facilitate the self-tapping mechanism and enhance the immediate stability of VI products. Additionally, the new VI offers horizontal grooves and grooved threading.
Advantages of VI technology include sharp threads and spiral deepening from cervical to apical region, and improved cutting ability, with better bone to implant contact for better primary stability. The platform switching mechanism enables seamless adaptation of the gingival tissues to the support system and prevents cervical bone reabsorption. Grooved threads enhance bone stabilization during primary stabilization and increase the amount of bone to implant contact, thereby enhancing osseointegration. The presence of two spiral channel, self-tapping cutting threads facilitates implant placement and enhance primary stability.
The Versatile implant offer conical internal hex connection with 45° central hole.

Superior advantages:

  • The platform switching mechanism enables seamless adaptation of the gingival tissues to the support system and prevents cervical bone reabsorption

  • Horizontal grooves produced by micro-machining impedes epithelial down growth on titanium implants.

  • Micro threads provide enhanced initial stability and increases contact area to crestal bone, which will enhance osseointegration at the crestal bone level.

  • Grooved threads enhance bone stabilization during primary stabilization and increase the amount of bone to implant contact, thereby enhancing osseointegration.

  • The presence of two spiral channel, self-tapping cutting threads facilitates implant placement and enhance primary stability

  • Sharp threads and spiral deepening from cervical to apical region, and improved cutting ability, with better bone to implant contact for better primary stability

Dentalis Surface:

Surface roughness is achieved from “grit-blasting,” using a unique combination of the HA particles (soluble) with different sizes of grains. This process creates optimal structural roughness on the surface the surface, and enables the incorporation of biocompatible particles (such as HA and TCP).

Roughness is measured with an average roughness (Ra), while the most commonly used parameter for describing roughness is calculated in microns. The rough surfaces produced by grit-blasting have irregular geometries with Ra value of 3.0 μm, which is considered optimal for the osseointegration process.

Raw Material:

All Dentalis implants are made of Ti 6Al-4V ELI that is a higher-purity (“extra-low interstitial”) version of Ti 6Al-4V, with lower specified limits on iron and the interstitial elements C and O. It is an alpha + beta alloy .Ti 6Al-4V ELI may be considered in any biomedical application, particularly for implantable components, because of its biocompatibility, good fatigue strength, and low modulus. Ti 6Al-4V ELI has been the material of choice due to its excellent biocompatibility. The ELI grade has superior damage tolerance (fracture toughness, fatigue crack growth rate) and better mechanical properties compared to standard grade Ti 6Al-4V.

Implant Range:

5 mm5.5 mm6 mm6.5 mm8 mm10 mm11.5 mm13 mm16 mm
3.0 ∅-----153010153011153013153016
3.25 ∅-----153310153311153313153316
3.3 ∅----153308153310153311153313153316
3.75 ∅----153708153710153711153713153716
4.2 ∅---154265154208154210154211154213154216
5.0 ∅---155065155008155010155011155013155016
6.0 ∅---156065156008156010---

Drilling procedure:

  • 3.0 ∅
  • 3.3 ∅
  • 3.75 ∅
  • 4.2 ∅
  • 4.7 ∅
  • 5.0 ∅
  • 5.5 ∅
  • 6.0 ∅
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the depth
of the cortex For example:Implant diameter 3.75Ø in soft bone
(D4) use the 3.2 Ø drill as a final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the depth
of the cortex For example:Implant diameter 3.3Ø in soft bone.
(D4) use the 2.5 Ø drill as a final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700400-700
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8∅ 3.2
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the
depth of the cortex For example:Implant diameter 3.75Ø in
soft bone (D4) use the 3.2 Ø drill as a final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700400-700400-600
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8∅ 3.2∅ 3.6
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the depth of the cortex
For example:Implant diameter 4.2Ø in soft bone (D4) use the 3.2 Ø drill as a
final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700400-700400-600400-600
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8∅ 3.2∅ 3.6∅ 4.1
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the depth of the cortex
For example:Implant diameter 4.7Ø in soft bone (D4) use the 3.6 Ø drill as a
final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700400-700400-600400-600300-500
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8∅ 3.2∅ 3.6∅ 4.1∅ 4.6
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the depth
of the cortex For example:Implant diameter 5.0 Ø in soft bone
(D4) use the 4.1 Ø drill as a final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700400-700400-600400-600300-500
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8∅ 3.2∅ 3.6∅ 4.1∅ 4.6
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the depth
of the cortex For example:Implant diameter 3.75Ø in soft bone
(D4) use the 3.2 Ø drill as a final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700400-700400-600400-600300-500300-500
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8∅ 3.2∅ 3.6∅ 4.1∅ 4.6∅ 5.2
Recommendation : to reduce the pressure in the bone around the implant neck:
Bone Type D1 use the last drill up to 1/3 depth.
Bone Type D2-3 use the last drill to the depth of the cortex.
Bone Type D4 use the one before last drill desirable to the depth
of the cortex For example:Implant diameter 3.75Ø in soft bone
(D4) use the 3.2 Ø drill as a final drill just for the cortex.

Drill Speed (RPM)900-1200900-1200800-1000500-700400-700400-600400-600300-500300-500300-500
Drill Diameter (mm)∅ 1.8∅ 2∅ 2.5∅ 2.8∅ 3.2∅ 3.6∅ 4.1∅ 4.6∅ 5.2∅ 5.8

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