Prime Implant

The kind of stable and long-lasting implants recommended for the installation in different clinical cases. Stable in a bone of any quality.

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Prime Implant

Prime Implants have been created with simplification of treatment and high quality standards in mind. This highly efficient implant system delivers predictable results even in cases where bone quality is far from ideal.

When placing Prime Implants, optimal primary stability and long-lasting success are the natural results, bringing patient satisfaction to the next level.

Because of the versatility of this system, it can be used in a variety of clinical scenarios, as replacement for a single tooth or as part of more comprehensive restorative treatment solutions in totally and partially edentulous ridges.

Maximum marginal bone preservation is a key element of Prime Implants, assuring ideal soft tissue levels and excellent clinical outcomes on the long term.

The outstanding biomechanical design of Prime Implants make their placement a time-effective task, promoting ideal conditions in the bone-implant interface, which ultimately improves osseointegration.

Advantages

Increased surface area
Excellent force distribution in the bone-implant interface
Time-effective placement procedure
Increased surface-to-bone contact
Wide range of indications in different clinical situations, including poor density bone
Exceptional cosmetic outcomes
Improved osteogenesis
Reduced bone stress and decreased risk for alveolar bone loss
Faster osseointegration
High survival and success rates

Technical Characteristics

  • Prime Implants are fabricated from commercially pure grade 4 titanium with a classical screw-shaped form.
  • It presents two different types of thread geometry, with microthreads in the most coronal portion and standard threads on the rest of the implant body.
  • This leads to increased locking between the implant surface and the crestal bone, decreased stress during placement and increased bone regeneration.
  • The self-tapping thread geometry of the Prime Implant also increases surface contact area and reduce the risk of micro-movements during early healing.
  • The Smart surface morphology enhances cell activity, promoting adhesion of osteoblasts and reducing the inflammatory response.
  • The Prime Implant system can be used in combination with a large variety of prosthetic components to provide solutions for different clinical cases.
Diameters, mmREF
Lengths, mm81011.513
3.61.1401.1411.1421.143
4.01.1451.1461.1471.148
4.61.1501.1511.1521.153
5.01.1551.1561.1571.158

FAQs

Surface morphology with optimal biological features that attract osteoblast and increase osseointegration.

Double thread geometry, with microthreads to increase bone interlocking in the cortical part and standard threads in the remaining body to improve primary stability and placement.

Marginal bone preservation is promoted due to the excellent biomechanical characteristics, including thread design and surface treatment.

- Surface morphology with optimal biological features that attract osteoblast and increase osseointegration.

- Double thread geometry, with microthreads to increase bone interlocking in the cortical part and standard threads in the remaining body to improve primary stability and placement.

- Marginal bone preservation is promoted due to the excellent biomechanical characteristics, including thread design and surface treatment.

Surface morphology with optimal biological features that attract osteoblast and increase osseointegration.

Double thread geometry, with microthreads to increase bone interlocking in the cortical part and standard threads in the remaining body to improve primary stability and placement.

Marginal bone preservation is promoted due to the excellent biomechanical characteristics, including thread design and surface treatment.

- Surface morphology with optimal biological features that attract osteoblast and increase osseointegration.

- Double thread geometry, with microthreads to increase bone interlocking in the cortical part and standard threads in the remaining body to improve primary stability and placement.

- Marginal bone preservation is promoted due to the excellent biomechanical characteristics, including thread design and surface treatment.