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NTA IMPLANT SURFACE TREATMENT: “SLA”

The SLA surface is produced by a large grit sand-blasting process with corundum particles that leads to a macro roughness on the titanium surface. This is followed by a strong acid-etching bath with a HCl at elevated temperature for several minutes. This produces the fine 2–4 μm micro pits superimposed on the rough-blasted surface. The surface is not micro porous and therefore provides no enclosed volumes to reduce vulnerability to bacteria. The chemical composition of the SLA structure was found to be titanium oxide (TiO2) using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.

This method analyses the first few atomic layers of the surface, and thus the chemical composition of the material which is in direct contact and interacts with tissue fluids and cells.  

PLATFORM SWITCHING

Implant-abutment junction is placed closer to the center of the implant and away from implant-bone interface. Together with advantages of conical connection, crestal bone lose is a rare phenomenon in NTA implants.

NO-MOUNT SYSTEM

Surgery time has been shortened by removing the fixture mount from the package and by using a fixture driver for winch the mount is not necessary. However, fixture mounth can be provided separately according to the preference of the clinicians.

CONICAL CONNECTION

Our product has a conical connection that provides bacterial sealing, eliminating micro-movement and micro-leakage issues. In this way, bone structure is preserved and the loosening of the abutment screw is prevented. The inner hexagonal index ensures right and precise placement of the abutment.

STRAİGHT BODY

As implant lenght gets longer, the straight body gets longer. For this reason, long implants can be placed steadly without causing unexpectable changes at the time of the surgery same as straight type of implants.

CUTTING EDGE

When using the drills that contain three sharp edges, the preparation of the implant osteotomy is easy, the frictional heat formation is low, postoperative pain is limited and the drilling time is quite short.

ROOT FORM

Root form of the implant ensures easier placement, high initial stability, superior stress distribution, less risk of damaging neighboring roots and low risk for accidental perforation of concave surfaces.

NARROW (2.1)

DIAMETER;  Ø3.4
HEIGHT;  7.5 - 8.5 - 10 - 11.5 - 13

  • No Mounting System: special implant driver is used, which is more resistant and has easier separation/connection features.
  • Surface: SLA
  • Recommended Torque for Placement: less than 40 Ncm
  • Tapered angle for safer maxillary placement.
REGULAR (2.5)

DIAMETER;  Ø3.7 - Ø4.2 - Ø4.6 - Ø5.1 - Ø6.0
HEIGHT;  6.6 - 7.5 - 8.5 - 10 - 11.5 - 13

  • No Mounting System: special implant driver is used, which is more resistant and has easier separation/connection features.
  • Surface: SLA
  • Recommended Torque for Placement: less than 40 Ncm
  • Tapered angle for safer maxillary placement.

BODY DESİGN

The body design preserves the advantages of straight and tapered type implants that guarantees initial stability with overall stability.

CUTTİNG EDGE

The sharp cutting edge maximized self - tapping.

CONİCAL 11° CONNECTİON

Conical 11° connection, reduces stress on the fixture and bone loss.

PLATFORM DESİGN

Smaller platform compared to many designs allows platform switching.

THREADS

The cutting properties of threads minimize the trauma of implant placement.

ROOT FORM

The root form of the implant provides easier placement and high initial stability.

APEX

The rounded apex may reduce the risk of tissue damage, especially when placing the implant into maxillary sinus sites.

NO-MOUNT SYSTEM

Uses a special fixture driver, which is more durable and has easy separation and connection properties.

SURFACE TREATMENT: SLA

Moderately rough surfaces. The degree of roughness is same across the implant surface.

SELF-DRILLING ABILITY

Increased initial stability in the presence of insufficient bone quality and volume.

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