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IMPLANOVA SUBCRESTAL IMPLANT SYSTEM

The Implanova® Subcrestal implant system boasts a cutting-edge implant design that simplifies dental implant placement and restoration, as well as overcomes the shortcomings of existing implant systems. This design was conceptualized from Dr. Parsa Zadeh’s 30+ years of clinical experience using various legacy implant system and developed meticulously utilizing CAD/CAM modeling and unprecedented 3D printing. The Implanova® implant system was designed to be easily adaptable by the experienced clinician, as well as effortless to learn by a new practitioner. More importantly, they are easy on patients in terms of surgical trauma and speed of healing. The Implanova® implant system is extremely intuitive and was intentionally simplified so that stock can be easily maintained by the practitioner. Implanova® implants feature a self-osteomizing and self-grafting body that is spotlighted when being placed surgically in the mouth. The apical 5 mm of most implant sizes are left machine finished, to retain its sharp cutting edges. With aggressive macrothreads and triple cutting blades on each helix, the implant creates its own osteotomy by shaving the surrounding bone as it is being placed for a perfect fit without any pressure or gaps. The self-grafting design is attributed to a smart “bone management” system, where reverse vertical flutes are present to guide bone shavings and debris apically along the body of the implant, which condenses around the apex of the implant for primary stability. The apex itself, however, is left non-cutting so as to safeguard critical anatomical landmarks. These features allow for high insertion torque, up to 70 N-cm, which indicates the implant is stable enough for immediate loading.

While apical portions of the implants are left machine finished depending on the implant length, the rest of the implants are blast finished using resorbable apatitic calcium phosphate blasting media and is therefore roughened to a surface texture of 1.5 micron Ra minimum. Among the blasted portion are synchronous, progressive microthreads designed for smooth seating and sealing of cortical bone. Internal features of the implant include a universal double star attachment type and a conical Morse taper that ensures tight sealing with Implanova restorative components compatibility with Astra Tech™ Aqua components. The variable space between the widest portion of the implant and the implant mouth also allows for maximum platform switching to fit any type of prosthesis presented. Implanova® implants are available in 3 diameters – Narrow (3.5mm), Standard (4.5mm), and Long (5.5mm) – and are selected based on the available space between the two adjacent teeth and the type of prosthesis to be used. For each select implant diameter, there are as many as 5 different lengths available – XShort (6mm), Short (8mm), Medium (10mm), Long (12mm), and XLong (14mm). Implanova® implants can be placed either at the crestal level, subcrestal level (1mm below), or way subcrestal (2mm below) as needed to allow for bone tissue to grow and envelop the implant collar during the healing stage of the operation. With the implant collar completely enveloped and secured by the newly formed crestal bone, the stability of the implant fixture will be further improved. All Implanova®implants are cross-compatible with all prosthetic parts, including abutments and healing caps.

The material constituent of Implanova® implants is grade 23 titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V ELI) per ASTM F136 standards. All implants are gamma radiation sterilized and have a 5 year shelf life. Implanova® implants help dentists provide patients with exceptional care by providing highly sophisticated designs and solutions. The system is sophisticated, yet is very easy to learn, very simple to place & restore, and very effortless to keep stock of. A new implant practitioner can learn and use this system with ease, as well as affordably adopt this system as a part of their services. A veteran implantologist will find this system to be very versatile and logical.

IMPLANOVA HEALING CAPS

Implanova® healing components provide a simple & versatile solution for soft tissue healing after implant placement. They are used to protect the inner configuration of the implant fixture, as well as maintain, stabilize and form soft tissue during the healing process. Implanova® healing components have an integrated external thread and are designed to be directly fastened into the Implanova® Bone Level implant fixture without the need of an additional screw or component. All Implanova® healing components fit all Implanova® implant sizes. Implanova® healing components utilize ConeLock™ technology, utilizing the conical, Morse tapered body design to ensure tight, uniform sealing with the internal surfaces of the implant. Healing caps and abutments also feature a single hexagonal socket size that is universal to the Implanova® implant system and compatible with the Pick ‘Em Up™ Hex Drivers.

Caution: Due to ConeLock™ technology, once the healing cap is screwed on the implant, it may become impossible to unscrew the healing cap without unscrewing the implant with even as low as 5 Ncm force, unless the implant is integrated (6 weeks out). Therefore, if you are placing the healing cap at the time of initial placement, make sure the implant is secure (larger than 30 NCm insertion torque) and you have the correct healing cap selected for diameter and neck length.

Cover screws are designed to be used in two stage technique where the muco-periosteum is brought over the implant head at the time of placement. The cover screw comes in one size (2.8 mm diameter) and is designed to be flush with the implant surface when placed. This cover screw would be removed at a subsequent surgery and replaced with either an appropriate healing cap or abutment. Cover screws are specially indicated when the initial stability of implant is questionable (less than 10NCm insertion torque.) Conventional healing caps (tissue formers) are designed to be extended through the thickness of gingival tissue and into the oral cavity in order to form the soft tissue for ideal emergence profile of future restorations. These healing caps are available in 3 diameters – Narrow (4.1mm), Standard (4.8mm), and Wide (6.5mm) – and are selected based on the available space between the two adjacent teeth and the type of intended prosthesis to be used. For each healing cap diameter, there are 3 different neck lengths available – Short (2.4mm), Medium (3.8mm), and Long (5.3mm) – which are designed to be used with crestal, subcrestal (1mm), and way subcrestal (2mm) implant placements, respectively. Upon proper healing and implant integration, the healing cap can then be removed and replaced by an appropriate bone level abutments.

Caution: It is important to use medium and long neck healing caps when the implant placement is subcrestal or way subcrestal to allow adequate space for biological width and allow bone growth over the implant head. Placing a short healing cap on a subcrestally placed implant may cause crestal bone loss until the minimumbiologic width is established. It is recommended to use longer neck healing caps when in doubt to allow room for adequate crestal bone formation and biological width establishment. The more appropriate neck length can be selected when selecting/making the abutment. Implanova® healing components provide a simple & versatile solution for soft tissue healing after implant placement. They are used to protect the inner configuration of the implant fixture, as well as maintain, stabilize and form soft tissue during the healing process. Implanova® healing components have an integrated external thread and are designed to be directly fastened into the Implanova® Bone Level implant fixture without the need of an additional screw or component. All Implanova® healing components fit all Implanova® implant sizes. Implanova® healing components utilize ConeLock™ technology, utilizing the conical, Morse tapered body design to ensure tight, uniform sealing with the internal surfaces of the implant. Healing caps and abutments also feature a single hexagonal socket size that is universal to the Implanova® implant system and compatible with the Pick ‘Em Up™ Hex Drivers.

  Sling healing caps are offered as a unique solution for mucoperiosteal flap stabilization during the initial healing process. The special divergent head of the sling healing caps prevents sutures from sliding off during the suturing process and/or subsequent movement and swelling of soft tissue. Sling healing caps have a diameter of 5.5 mm. They come in short and long neck iterations used for different levels of implant placement. They help prevent soft tissue from growing over the healing cap when dealing with mobile, thick and/or inflamed periosteum.

Caution: Sling healing caps would place more forces on the implant during the healing phase. Because of this, the clinician must be confident that the initial stability of the implant is sufficient to withstand this added pressure from the movement of the mucosa, muscle pull and the temporary prosthesis it may support.Implanova® healing components should be placed manually or at 20 rpm with a torque of no more than 15NCm. The material constituent of all Implanova® healing components is grade 23 titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V ELI) per ASTM F136. As an alternative to placing healing components, Implanova® abutments can be utilized at the time of implant placement if the clinical situation allows.

 

THE IMPLANOVA ABUTMENT SYSTEM

 

                                                                Due to the universal attachment type of all Implanova® implants,
                                              all restorative components including healing caps and abutments will fit all implant sizes.

The Implanova® abutment system features streamlined and straightforward options for cement-retained and FrictionGrip™ implant restorations. Implanova® abutments come in three forms – straight solid abutments, contoured shoulder abutments and angled Unibutments™. All variations of solid abutments have an integrated external thread that is designed to be directly fastened into the Implanova® implant fixture without the need of an additional screw. All contoured-shoulder abutments are indexed and use a universal abutment screw to fasten to the implant fixture. All variations of Implanova® angled Unibutments™ and indexed contoured shoulder will be attached to the Implanova® implant fixture using a universal abutment screw. All Implanova® abutments are compatible with and fit all Implanova® implant sizes.

*Prepable Straight Solid Abutments

Prepable Single abutments are single-piece, solid abutments that are designed to be used in parallelism with a placed implant fixture. Solid abutments are available in four diameters – Platformless, Narrow (4.1mm), Standard (4.8mm), and Wide (6.5mm) – and are selected based on the available space between the two adjacent teeth and the type of prosthesis to be used.

                                                           Solid abutments are ideal to be used in two or more adjacent implants.
                                                              In this case the chance of screw loosening would be practically zero.

 

For each abutment diameter, there are 3 different neck lengths available – Short (1.7mm), Medium (3.1mm), and Long (4.6mm) – which are designed to be used with crestal, subcrestal (1-2 mm), and way subcrestal (2-3 mm) implant placements, respectively. All solid abutments are preppable by the practitioner for specific prostheses simply by using a round burr due to a thick, meaty abutment center. Solid abutments feature a single hexagonal socket size that is universal to the Implanova® implant system and compatible with the Pick ‘Em Up™ Hex Drivers. Implanova® straight abutments should be placed manually or at 20 rpm with a torque of 20 N-cm.

Solid abutments are ideal to be used in two or more adjacent implants. In this case, the chance of screw loosening would be practically zero. Solid abutments are not recommended as single unit restorations as occlusal forces may loosen abutment-restoration unit. 

 Caution: Due to ConeLock™ technology, once the abutment is screwed on the implant, it may become impossible to unscrew the abutment without unscrewing the implant with even as low as 5 Ncm force, unless the implant is integrated (6 weeks out). Therefore, if you are placing the abutment at the time of initial placement, make sure the implant is secure (larger than 30 NCm insertion torque) and you have the correct diameter and neck length for abutment selected.
 
 CONTOURED SHOULDER INDEXED *PREPABLE ABUTMENTS

Contoured Shoulder Indexed Prepable abutments are two pieced abutments that offer anatomically contoured shoulder to                                     provide aesthetic sub-crestal buccal margin while allowing supra-crestal interproximal margins and lingual crestal margins. These abutments are also prepable allowing apical preparation of the shoulder using a carbide bur or a diamond abrasive.

Contoured-shoulder prepable abutments are ideal for single unit restorations with or without adjacent natural teeth. They’re also suitable for “screwmentation” technique alternatively they can be used on the implant model for laboratory manufacturing of crowns.

Angled Unibutments

Angled Unibutments are two-piece angled abutments that can be used to correct any implant fixture angulation up to 20 degrees. Angled Unibutments™ have a single, universal diameter but have 3 available angulations – 7.5 degrees, 15 degrees, and 20 degrees – to be used depending on placement of the implant fixture.

    

 The taper of Angled Unibutments are specifically designed to be used for Friction-Grip™ caps. They can also be used for a cementation technique or screwmentation technique. For each angulation, there are 3 different neck lengths available – Short (2.8mm), Medium (3.8mm),and Long (5.3mm) – designed to be used with crestal, subcrestal (1mm), and way subcrestal (2mm) implant placements, respectively. Implanova® angled Unibutments have a hexagonal base, and thus can be placed in 12 different positions inside the double hexagonal implant fixture. A single screw size is used with all the angled UnibutmentsTM, and should be torqued to no more than 20 N-cm.

All Implanova® abutments utilize ConeLock™ technology, utilizing the conical, tapered body design to ensure tight, uniform sealing with the internal surfaces of the implant. Abutments can be placed either at the time of surgical placement of the implant fixture if initial stability is sufficient or at a later date after the implant is integrated. As an alternative, a healing cap can be placed at the time of implant placement and can be replaced with the appropriate abutment after implant integration.

The material constituent of all Implanova® components is grade 23 titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V ELI) per ASTM F136.

*The abutment/screw must be re-torqued after preparation to 20 N/cm2

FRIDGE – FRICTION GRIP BRIDGE SYSTEM

The FRIDGE™ – Friction Grip Bridge System was introduced by Implanova® as a revolutionary technique for creating a totally implant supported bridge that is fixed for the patient but removable by the dentist. This system serves as a superior alternative to traditional fixed screw retained processes and eliminates the need for screws, cement, implant level impressions, jig verification, metal bar, or other components that create a hassle for the practitioner. The system also allows the practitioner to examine and clean the prosthesis and implants conveniently without having to spend hours of opening access holes and unscrewing screws to remove the prosthesis. Therefore, the FRIDGE™ system would considerably reduce the labor and expense involved with creating and maintaining implant-supported fixed dentures.

FRIDGE™ system works by virtue of stock, precision-machined titanium FRIDGE™ caps that engage with the abutment head when fully seated by way of friction, allowing it to sit tightly on the abutment and serve as a stable pick-up attachment for the prosthesis. When tapped in and fully seated, these FRIDGE™ caps would not be removable without the use of significant force. These FRIDGE™ caps are compatible with all Unibutments and select stock abutments. The design of the caps can correct up to 8 degrees of inherent non-parallelism when using straight Unibutments, and up to 20 degrees of non-parallelism when using angled Unibutments. As a result, your implants don’t need to be perfectly straight to use this system! Silicone washers and Delrin caps are also available for easy processing. 

FRIDGE™ system makes my job easier!

Beverly Hills, CA

My experience with the FRIDGE™ system.  

“After being a Dental Hygienist for 7 years now, I have always been challenged with any patient who had an implant supported bridge. It always seemed as though I could never provide a thorough enough cleaning since the bridge was never able to be removed for cleaning appointments. As a result, heavy deposits of tartar were easily accumulated underneath the bridge over the months, and patients compliance in using interdental aids on a routine basis always seemed unlikely.

However, with Dr. Zadeh’s innovation of the Friction Grip Bridge, or “FRIDGE”, the bridge (both upper and lower) are clipped out in a matter of seconds and the implants are exposed for allowance of a thorough cleaning.

“Wow” I thought! I was finally able to use my scalers and remove the tartar and bacteria with full confidence and ease, Wow!! What a life changing moment for myself as well as the patient, for now I felt as though I truly could provide assistance in health. Following the cleaning, Dr. Zadeh tapped the FRIDGE back in to place in just a matter of seconds, providing secure grip. I am so satisfied with the outcome and so pleased to provide a confident and reliably clean mouth.”

Debbie S., RDH

TITACH

Features of TITACH Removable Attachment System

Indications:

Titach is indicated as a removable attachment of a full arch in prosthesis when used in pairs and for a partial arch prosthesis singly. Due to high retention of these attachments maximum of two attachments are indicated per arch.

Features:

The TITACH™ prosthetic system (patent pending) was developed by Dental Evolutions, Inc. as a superior solution for implant-retained, full-arch removable restorations by offering the following features:

TiTachTM can be used for indications requiring up to 33 degrees divergence for a single implant, or 66 degrees divergence between two contralateral implants.

Figure 1:

TiTachTM employs a metal-to-metal interface between the cap and abutment unlike nylon attachments such as Zest’s Locator® system.

Figure 2:

TiTachTM allows for up to 0.2 mm of vertical cushioning, allowing for:

a. Compression of mucosa during function & parafunction

b. Gradual seating of prosthesis in between relines due to bone resorption

*TiTachTM is able to resist between 7 lbs to 10 lbs of force.

TiTachTM includes a special medical grade silicone sleeve that doubles as a block-out during pick-up of the cap

Figure 4:

Dimensions:

Vertical clearance of 4.5mm and a diameter of 6mm is necessary to accommodate Titach cap.

Installation Instructions:

– Make sure the implant is fully integrated at the time you attempt to install the Titach cap in the prosthesis.

– The retention of Titach™ is greater than the conventional and traditional attachment system therefore, only two Titach™ attachments are recommended per arch.

– The retention is about 10 lbs. per attachment.

– The special feature of this attachment is its ability to function at 33 degrees angle to the axis of the implant. This means that the two implants can be placed 66 degrees to each other and the Titach™ functions exactly the same as if they were perfectly parallel.

Each Titach™ attachment is supplied with its abutment and silicone sleeve.

1. After the implants have been integrated place the Titach™ abutments over the implants and torque them to 20Ncm.

2. Place the silicon sleeve on the Titach attachments so that it does not cover the attachment surfaces. Position them more or less parallel to each other.

3. Place the cap-sleeve assembly over the abutment and firmly in place until you get a definite seated position.

4. Gently move the cap around making sure the cap moves over the abutments freely.

5. IMPORTANT: The sleeve must cover the entire abutment neck that is extruding from the gingival area.

6. This is necessary to prevent the acrylic from locking around the abutment.

7. If part of the abutment body is exposed that opening must be covered by appropriate resin.

8. Place the prosthesis over the Titach™ caps and make sure the caps do not touch the prosthesis when fully seated. You can use an articulating paper to mark the tight spots that need to be relieved.

When the denture can be seated without interfering with the Titach™ caps, the silicone sleeves need to be pulled over the caps so that it covers the cage (see figure 4) and extend over the body of abutment.

*Important. Failure to apply the sleeve in this manner will lock the prosthesis around the abutment making its removal impossible without destruction of the appliance.

– Make sure the top of the sleeve is below the upper edge of the cage and it does not cover the retentive fins.

– Completely dry the inside of the prosthetic housings and carefully blow dry between the fins of the Titach™ caps.

– Place a drop of the acrylic pickup material over the fins of the Titach™ caps and work the material in between the fins by twirling movements.

– Then place a drop or 2 of the pickup material at the bottom of the housings and place the prosthesis over the Titach™ attachments.

– Hold the prosthesis in place for the duration of the setting of the material in use (4-7 minutes).

– It’s important for you not to attempt removal of the prosthesis until you are completely sure of the setting of the material.

– After such period firmly hold the prosthesis with both hands and affect its removal taking care not to hit the opposing arch.

– The silicone sleeves most likely will come out with the prosthesis.

– For appropriate hygiene of the Titach™ caps the silicone sleeves must be cut in half and inserted between the cap and the cap housing so that it locks under the outer edge of the Titach™.

IMPLANOVA SUBCRESTAL IMPLANT SYSTEM

Implant analogs and impression analogs are available to create open and closed tray implant level impressions. A titanium chimney is also available as a long-term temporary base for multi-unit implant level restorations. Implanova® prosthetic parts fit all Implanova® implant sizes and are also manufactured using the same medical grade titanium alloy (Grade 23) found in Implanova® implants. 

Due to the compatibility of Implanova® implants and DENTSPLY Astra Tech 3.5/4.0 Aqua parts, clinicians can utilize any of the prosthetic components of the Aqua system if they cannot find the appropriate prosthetic part among the Implanova® product offering.

IMPLANOVA GUIDED SURGERY

Implanova® Turbo Guide™ system is a patent pending series of drill guides that:

  1. Provide directional guide for drills to provide vertical stop.

  2. Pump the irrigating solution from the hand piece above the guide to the drill below the guide

  3. System can be used without the guide as a drill stopper or with the ring in a fully guided system including implant placement.

  4. This system is made to be used with hand piece equipped with hex

  5. The material should be stainless steel.

Any of the software systems can be used to plan for this guide as long as the ring installed is 5mm from bone surface.  

                                                             

 

                                                           Implanova® Turbo Guide™ system

IMPLANOVA SURGICAL DRILLS AND INSTRUMENTS

Implanova• surgical drills and instruments are designed to simplify and streamline implant placement and restoration procedures for the practitioner. The Implanova* instrument kit provides essential instrumentation needed for implant surgery and restoration. The following components are available:
 
 

Drills are used to create the inital ostetomy for the plant to be driven into the bone. The Implanova* Surgical kit includs four types of drills- lance drills, core drills, head drills and short drills. The depth marking on all the cylindrical drils are indentical and are marked at 6, 8,10,12 and 14 millimeter.

All drills come in shore and long shank lengths. There is also a drill extender that can further extend the length of the drill when needed.

                                                   Implanova Lance drill is a triangular cross cut sharp dril used to create the initial freehand osteotomy. 

            Core drills are cylindrical twist drills that are used to create the osteotomy to the predetermined depth of intended placement. The colorless thin core               drill can be used as a pilot drill for the narrow, medium and wide implants or as the final core drill of the slim implant. Core drills are color coordinated.               Colorless is the pilot drill. Yellow color is for narrow implants. Blue color is for standard implants. And red color is for wide implants. The core drills are to             be used for initial osteotomy and should be drilled to the desired length of the implant for crestal placement, length+1mm for subcrestal placement                   and length+2mm for way subcrestal placement. 

                 Head drills are optional counter-sink drills that can aid the osteotomy by the implants for the harder cortical bone. Except in posterior maxillary area,                    head drills are recommended to facilitate the placement of Implanova implants. Entire length of the head drills are 8 mm, and they can be inserted to                  length for 8, 10, 12, and 14 millimeter implants. The first laser marking above the blades mark the depth of subcrestal placement and the second laser                    marking marks the depth of way-subcresal placement. Yellow color is for narrow implants. Blue color is for standard implants. And red color is for wide                  implants.

  

Short drills are specifically designed to aid in the placement of 6 mm and 8 mm long implants. The entire length of the short drills are 6mm and their taper and diameter is ideal to be used for the shape of extra short and short 4.5 mm and 5.5 mm. The overall diameter of the short drills are slightly wider than the head drills. Short drills are color coded blue color for standard implants and red color for wide implants. The laser markings on the short drills are identical to the core drills and are marked by 6mm in the bracket to the blade, 8mm, 10 mm and 14 mm.

All drills must be used with copious external irrigation at 800 to 1200 RPM with 500 to 1000 grams of pressure, in a pumping motion to allow sufficient cooling. It is imperative that drills be renewed often as using dull drills are number one cause of excessive heat and implant failure.

 

Parallel/depth guides are used to determine the depth and orientation of osteotomy that has been drilled. One end of the guide is to be used to 

gauge core drill osteotomy,  while the other end is to be used for the head drill osteotomy. Parallel guides are laser-marked and color-coded to the same specification as the drills. The material constituent of the parallel guides is 17-4 Stainless Steel.

    

 

Implanova SecureClick™ Implant Drivers are used for placement and torquing of implant fixtures and prevents implants from falling off the                     instrument into the mouth of the patient, which is a common problem with other implant systems.

SecureClick™ implant driver is designed with a double hex head the fits perfectly inside the implant mouth and allows for tight engagement and           retention with implant fixture. 

A small metal O-ring sits at the top of the implant driver and expands when inside the implant fixture, creating clicking sound that indicates added retention, preventing possibility of the implant fixture falling off. To remove the driver from the paced implant, all the clinician needs to d is simply                                                                wiggle it off, which can be achieved by virtue of a curved neck on the driver.

                                                   There is also an external hexagon on the shaft of the driver which allows for high placement torque of up to 80 N-cm when used with the Implanova                                                            ratchet adapter and compatible hand pieces

                                                   Implanova SecureClick™ implant drivers are manufactured with high-strength stainless steel, and is heat-treated for additional hardness and strength.                                                    One implant driver can be used for all implant siez, and is available in short and long versions.

 

                                                  (Caution: Do not exert more than 35Ncm torque with the implant driver, unless you are engaging the shank hex by the ratchet adaptor or the                                                       W&H hand piece.)

                                              The guided implant driver can be used in the same ring that was used to perform the osteotomy to place the implant precisely in its intended depth,                                                           direction and position.

 

Pick’Em Up™ hex drivers are used for placement and torqueing of restorative components, such as healing caps, abutments and screws. Pick’Em Up ™ hex drivers have tapered hexagonal head that will engage tightly with the universal internal hexagon in the restorative component that is being placed. Pick’Em Up™ hex drivers can be used to drive restorative components to 25 N-Cm and will fit in all restorative components. They come in short, medium, and long iterations. The material constituent of the Pick’Em Up™ hex drivers is Customs 455 Stainless Steel.

 

 

 

 

 

The Implanova Ratchet Adapter feature an internal incline that locks the latch type tool so it does not fall out during the procedure *

The Implanova Ratchet Adapter also features an internal hexagon sleeve that allows for higher torque application when used with the tool having a corresponding external hexagon. The Torque Ratchet and the Ratchet Adapters are both manufactured using high strength stainless steel. 

*A plastic instrument or any other thin flat instrument can be used to push out the locked in latch tool from the Ratchet Adapter.

 

 

 

 

Torque ratchets and ratchet adapters are used for manual torqueing and placement of any component in the Impnaova•  system. The torque ratchet allows for up to 70 N-Cm of torque. The torque ratchet can be used in conjunction with the ratchet adapter, which allows for an ISO latch type tool to be used with a torque wrench. The ratchet adapter features an internal hexagonal sleeve that allows for higher torque application when used with a corresponding tool for implant placement. The material constituent of the torque ratchets and ratchet adapters is 420 Stainless Steel.

IMPLANOVA SINUS LIFT

No Nonsence Drill-Less Crestal Lift Kit

We have ended the confusion of having to choose specific tool length and diameter among dozen of instruments in a box. The five tools in the Simplelift® Kit creates the perfect length and width for two implants sizes that are most suitable for placements in the posterior maxillary area. the system takes into consideration the bone consistency and the minimum height of bone needed for implants used imposter maxillary area.

STARTER KIT

The Implanova surgical/prosthetic kit requires only 9 types of instrumentation making it extremely simple for the practitioner and the staff to manage and keep track of.

These include pilot drills, core drills, parallels, head drills, short drills, implant drivers, hex drivers, torque ratchet and ratchet adapter.

Instruments in the Implanova surgical kit are arranged and labeled sequentially and select instrument are color coded by diameter in order to aid the clinician during the procedure,

MOTOR and HANDPIECE

Nouvag MD11 Implantology Motor System + 20:1 Contra-Angle Handpiece with LED and Hexagonal Clamping Mechanism Bundle.

SPECIAL PRICING PRICING AVAILABLE! We are partnering with Nouvag to offer their MD11 Implantology Motor Sytstem and their 20:1 Contra-Angle LED Handpiece at a special rate for our customers (A $4170 value!) . The MD11 is an Implant Motor System capable of perfectly accomplishing any step of procedure, due to its sophisticated motor management for smooth and precise power.
Advantages include:
– Sophisticated motor control for smooth and precise power delivery in any range of speed.
– Motor speed range of 300 – 40,000 rpm.
– 70 Ncm of maximum torque at the 20:1 Contra Anglewith graphical,  real time torque control.
– Sturdy, high quality architecture and finish.
– Integrated pump system for cooling the instrument to prevent of tissue damage.
– 4 programs for drilling, cutting threads, screwing in the implants and placing

the cover screw.

Nouvag 20:1 Contra-Angle Handpiece with LED and Hexagonal Clamping Mechanism

We are partnering with Nouvag to offer their 20:1 Contra Angle Handpiece at  a special rate for our customers (A $1715 value!). Nouvag Contra Angles are fully autoclavable and made of medical stainless steel, is very solid and durable, and available with different transmissions, all equipped with INTRA EN3964 couplings, external cooling and optional internal cooling to prevent tissue damage. The solid construction and its well-designed details guarantee  for long life and make them fully autoclavable. This 20:1 Contra Angle features LED capability for maximum visibility as well as a hexagonal clamping mechanism that allows for a maximum torque of 80 Ncm.