with enlarged surface area
Widening and cutting strands of Compressive-K implant are designed in a way that creates an opportunity to additionally fixate the implant to lateral alveolar walls during the implantation. It shapes so called multi-cortical (multiple) fixation.
The surface area of an implant is especially enlarged. Compressive-K implant has 20-50 % wider surface area than classical two-piece or compressive implants of the same diameter and length. It is very important in clinical situations where large occlusal forces are observed, especially when bone structures is soft.
Deep subcrestal placement
No screw under the gum
Bendable neck for ⌀3.0/3.5/4.0/4.5 implants
Cemented, screwed or screwed-cemented prosthetics
Titanium and PEEK telescopic caps were created in order to manage the prosthetics that are fixed on the dental implants, e.g. to take them off without damaging if needed.
Also they allow sinking the edges of a dental prosthetic under the gum and not to worry about the residue of cement, because it can be cleaned when the prosthesis has to be taken off and after cleaning put back into the mouth. It is so called reverse conus or telescopic fixation.
In case you need to remove the prosthesis without cutting it, it is not necessary to make a path to screw a hole in the chewing surface of denture what is mandatory with classic implants. This method improves aesthetics in chewing surface of denture.
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