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IS-II active

 

Non-Sensitive Technique C.M.I. Implant. 

 

100% Pure Titanium S.L.A. Surface.

Residual Accidity and cytotoxicity are proved as none

by the examination of surface ingredient analysis. 

 

 


    

 

Introduction

  

- Osteoconductivity Implant Surface (S.L.A.)

- Crestal MacroThread Design

- Self-Compactable Apex

- Powerful Deep Thread

- BioSeal Design

- Conical Seal 11


 

Advantages

* S.L.A Surface   


Osteoconductive S.L.A Surface

 

The S.L.A. surface of IS-II active has a combination of macropores and micropores formed by HA(Hydroxy Apatite) sandblasting with a particle size less than 50μm and acid etching. This is used as a form of coating to increase the biocompatibility of the implants. The more the surface area, the more direct bone-toimplant contact that stimulates osteoblasts and boosts blood flow leading to a faster and effective osseointegration.

Furthermore, it has no impurities on the implant surface. No residual acid or cytotoxicity was observed in the surface examination.

 

 

* Strong Initial Stability

 

Magic Thread

 

Magic Thread with the inverted triangular shaped powerful deep thread helps to achieve strong and stable initial fixation and also this special design allows to endure vertical and lateral forces effectively.

 

Apex

 

Apex is powerful in drilling and due to this selfcompactable and tapered apex design, initial fixation is easily achieved. 

 

Coronal Macro Thread

 

Coronal macro thread helps to achieve excellent primary stability at the cortical bone and initial fixation at the apex is  excellent, therefore IS-II active works great in both immediate placement and immediate loading. 

 

 

* Minimizing Bone Loss  

BioSeal

 

The bioseal design of IS-II active implant is Neobiotech’s unique design to maintain marginal bone. BioSeal has a curved S shape with the application of 0.5mm micro grooves on the machined surface. This design is invented to minimize the bone loss by maximizing soft tissue sealing.

 

 

Conical Connection

 

∙ Internal Conical Connection
∙ 2.5 Hex
∙ Conical Seal(11°) 

 

Anytime Loading Theory

What is Anytime Loading?

 

AnyTime Loading is the loading concept for implants, which makes the prosthetic rehabilitation possible ANYTIME. A dip in stability, a significant drop in implant stability, is usually observed between second and six weeks following implant placement. Any dip in implant stability has fundamental clinical importance for immediate, early, or AnyTime loaded implants as it may lead to implant failure. However, Neobiotech’s IS-II active implant is optimized for AnyTime Loading with its innovative implant design, surface treatment and drilling protocol. As it maintains the initial stability longer than other implant systems, AnyTime Loading is possible.

 

 

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 1. Primary Stability

The primary stability is the initial engagement between the bone and implant, which refers to the mechanical stability. This stability is the value after immediate implantation.

 

2. Secondary Stability

Secondary stability, which is also called the biological stability, is the gradually increasing stability as new bone forms during osseointegration. Secondary stability increases after wound healing while the primary bone contact decreases.

 

3. Total Stability

The sum of primary stability and secondary stability is referred to as the total stability, which is relatively low between 2 and 6 weeks. This period is called the stability dip with a higher rate of implant failure in the early stage of treatment, such as immediate loading.

 

 

 1. Primary Stability

The 'Magic Thread' (reverse-thread type), macro thread, and taper design of the IS-II active Implant increases and maintains primary stability.

 

2. Secondary Stability

Secondary stability is also increased due to the SLA surface treatment which promotes osseointegration.

 

3. Total Stability

As the fixture design and surface treatment of IS-II active encourage longer maintenance of primary stability and greater secondary stability, the stability dip is dramatically reduced in 2~6 weeks.

Therefore, AnytimeLoading is posible by reducing the vulnerable period for loading.

 

 

 

 

 


● IS-II active Fixture(S.L.A. Surface)
  
 

 

 

 

● IS-II active S-Wide Fixture (S.L.A. Surface)

 

 

 

● Cover Screw

 

 

IS Implant System Chart

● Implant System Chart

 


 

 

 


Drilling Speed & Torque

 - Point Lindemann, Initial Drill, Twist Drill : 1,200rpm / 35~45Ncm
 - Cortical Tap / Profile Tap : 50rpm / 50Ncm
 - Cortical Drill : 50rpm / 50Ncm (Conventional Loading case)

 

 

● IS-II active Fixture Ø3.5 X 10mm (D1/D2 bone)




● IS-II active Fixture Ø4.0 X 10mm (D1/D2 bone)





● IS-II active Fixture Ø4.5 X 10mm (D1/D2 bone)

 

 



● IS-II active Fixture Ø5.0 X 10mm (D1/D2 bone)

 


 

 

 

 

 

Clinical cases
Clinical cases
Immediate implant placement on right maxillary central incisor according to the principles with IS-II Active implant
15 March 2017
This case presents implant placement with Neobiotech IS-II active fixture on #11.
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