Bone maintenance

The preservation of the marginal bone is crucial, both functionally and aethetically. There are forms of bone loss that are commonly accepted as an unavoidable consequence of implant treatment, but we have never accepted this opinion.

Preserving marginal bone levels and establishing biological width at the abutment level are issues of ensuring the perfect amount of stimulation of the bone and promoting healthy soft tissue.

To design a successful implant system, a great deal of knowledge is needed about biology, mechanics, and chemistry, along with a full understanding of how these fields interact with each other. Early in the development of the Dentalis Implant System, we realized how important it is to focus on the value of a holistic approach; this is why our implant system is uniquely based on biological, biomechanical, and biochemical principles.

Dentalis implant system was created with several interdependent features working together: BAS BioActive Surface™, Mini & Micro CorticThread™, Platform Switching, and Connective Flow™. These components are known as the Dentalis BioSupport Composition™, and their unique combinations of key features provide reliable and successful long-term results, leading to customer satisfaction, guaranteed.

Each component of the Dentalis BioSupport Composition™ plays an important role. BAS BioActive Surface™ provides stimulation where the bone heals around the implant. The Mini & Micro CorticThread™ then helps to protect the bone through optimal biomechanical and biological conditions, distributing the optimal load and eliminating micro-movements and micro-leakage. Lastly, the Connective Flow™ creates the proper geometry and enhances the soft tissue contact zone and volume that protects the marginal bone.

Ultimately, this is the secret revealed behind the minimal 0.3 millimeters mean marginal bone level reduction when working with the Dentalis Implant System.

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