EL / Esthetic Line
Estetik Seri implantları, implantların EL serisine cerrahi ve protez uyumluluğu sağlayan konik şekilli implantlardır. EL implantın özü, EL implantı ile aynı olup, yumuşak kemiğe aynı yerleşim protokolünü takip etmektedir. EL implantı , bilhassa yumuşak kemiklerde olağanüstü istikrar sağlayan geniş üç tasarımına sahiptir.
– Facilitates bone growth above the shoulder
– Long term implant stability
– Biological repartition of the forces in cortical bone
– Softens forces to the cortical bone during insertion
– Cortical bone maintenance
– Best surface for osseo integration and bone to implant contact.
– Ideal for immediate implant placement.
– Primary stability.
– Protection of the sinus floor, nerve canal and other important anatomical structures during insertion.
– Insertion rate of 1.5mm per rotation
– Primary stability
– Increased bone to implant contact
– Faster and even insertion while protecting bone structure
– Increased bone to implant contact
– Non surgical thickening of the peri-implantary tissue
– Facilitation of the papilla reconstruction-technique
– Reduces bone loss
– Better representation of the biological width
– Long term esthetic stability
– Simplifies the system
– Reduces inventory
– Ease of use
– Prevents bacterial infiltration of the implant/prosthetic connection and consequent bone loss
– Elimination of micro-movements
– Elimination of screw loosenings
– Antirotational security
– Hinders exposure of the implant through bone resorption
– Ideal for the esthetic zone
– Long term esthetic stability
– The Morse locking tapered connection is shown to leave a gap which is smaller than 1 micron
– Thread designs adapted to different bone structures that occur along the lenght of the implant
– Enhanced surface area
– Round but cutting apex design
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EL Kısa Implant
Purity and precision
Material purity and surface treatment
Material purity starts with the acquisition of raw material from only the most reliable sources of which each lot is accompanied by its own material certificate and is completely traceable at all phases of production and later use. The production facility in which all the implants and components are made is owned and operated by C-TECH and is certified to the highest standards governing the production of dental/medical devices. To maintain these standards, regular and independent audits are performed by the German auditor, TUV Süd. All up to date certificates are available for download on the company website.
The machining of the EL implant is an intricate process due to the precision required for the Morse conical connection and the exterior complexity of the implant. This intricacy requires double the machining time that would be necessary for that of an average implant. Throughout and following each step of the production process, the implants are thoroughly cleaned in 5 seperate cleaning stages, consisting of a total of 20 cleaning cycles. This attention to cleanliness is in order to assure that no risk of any production residue is remaining on the implant surface.
The surface topography is created through a patented acid etching process. The adjacent photos made with a scanning electron microscope (SEM) demonstrate the lack of impurities on the implant surface as well the abundant surface area created through the patented acidification process.
The purity of the grade 4 titanium used for the EL implant and the surface topology were independently verified through an investigation carried out with a scanning electron microscope (SEM) by the University of Cologne and Medical Material Research Center of Berlin, Germany. The investigation demonstrated the highest level of purity and cleanliness resulting in the award of the BDIZ quality seal. This investigation is avaliable in its long form on the C-TECH website.
The successful achievement of a Morse lock and cold weld seal in the implant-prosthetic connection depends on high precision machining. A perfect Morse connection will result in a structural integrity and strength that will be as if the 2 parts were fused together and thus will practically eliminate the gap between the implant and the abutment. Accordingly, the C-TECH components are machined to a tolerance of within 10 microns.
This mechanical fusion of the prosthetic part and the implant has 2 important benefits; prevention of the bacterial colonization of the gap, which can lead to bone loss around the implant, as well as the elimination of micro-movements between the implant and abutment and the consequent screw loosening which can lead to prosthetic failure. The SEM photos on the right show different magnifications of the tight abutment and implant connection. The final photo at the bottom, at 1000 X magnification, shows a fine line where the abutment and the implant meet. This practically nonexistent gap is less than the 1,5 microns width of the bacteria to be found in the oral cavity.
EL Clinical Study - September 2014 - Innovative dental implant design shows improved success rate, bone stability and esthetic benefits
EL Clinical Study • September 2014 Innovative dental implant design shows improved success rate, bone stability and esthetic benefits A retrospective study over 3 years including 2-year follow-up Henriette Lerner, DMD Director of HL Dentclinic (private practice focussed on implantology) The aim of this research is to retrospectively evaluate an innovative implant and prosthetical
EL Clinical Study - February 2015 - How to combine bone stability and aesthetic benefits through innovative implant design Treatment of a 65-year-old patient
EL Clinical Study • February 2015 How to combine bone stability and aesthetic benefits through innovative implant design Treatment of a 65-year-old patient Henriette Lerner HL DENTCLINIC, Dentist, Baden-Baden, Germany We present a clinical case with extensive aesthetic requirements, illustrating the treatment of a 65-year-old patient with a partial edentular situation with all
(BDIZ EDI) Implant-Study 2014/2015 - March 2015 - Quantitative and qualitative element-analysis of implant-surface by SEM and EDX
(BDIZ EDI) Implant-Study 2014/2015 • March 2015 Quantitative and qualitative element-analysis of implant-surface by SEM and EDX Prof. Dr. Dr. Joachim E. Zöller Interdisciplinary Polyclinic for Oral Surgery and Implantology Dept. for Cranio Maxillofacial and Plastic Surgery, Dr. med. dent. Dirk U. Duddeck Head of Surface Analyses, In cooperation with the European
EL Clinical Study - April 2015 - Bone stability and aesthetics using an innovative implant design
EL Clinical Study • April 2015 Bone stability and aesthetics using an innovative implant design Treatment of a 65-year-old patient by DR HENRIETTE LERNER (HL DENTCLINIC), BADEN-BADEN, GERMANY Implant success today consists of more than just “osseointegration accomplished”. We also have to take into account the aesthetic result. The present clinical case with
Innovatives Dental-Implantat-Design - May 2015 - Improved Success Rate, Bone Stability, Esthetic Advantages
Magazine PIP – Issue:2/2015 • May 2015 Improved Success Rate, Bone Stability, Esthetic Advantages Author: Dr Henriette Lerner HL DENTCLINIC Abstract Implant success nowadays means more than just the achievement of osseointegration. We must also take into account the esthetic results. The present case study shows the treatment of a partially edentulous 65-year-old female