ILZ Mini Implant

 

 

Mini dental implants in the management
of the atrophic maxilla and mandible

ILZ Mini Implant

Mini dental implants
in the management
of the atrophic
maxilla and mandible

The ILZ Mini Implant Solution

The use of the mini dental implants to retain complete overdentures provides an alternative treatment modality for elderly patients in the management of unretentive lower dentures. Minimally invasive dentistry is of increasing importance to the modern dentist, and where appropriate can be applied to improve denture stability and function for patients.

Unique hexagonal collar

No sharp angles for better soft tissue adaptation around neck of implant

Popular Co-Axis

Built in 12° angle correction above soft tissue for optimal use of available bone

One piece implant

Ø1.8mm ball head

 
 

High strength titanium

Grade 4 pure titanium (900 MpA) providing exceptional fatigue strength

Sinergy surface

Moderatly rough* Alumin-blasted surface for early osseointegration and longevity

Apical thread

Aggressive thread for maximum primary stability in trabecular bone

Unique hexagonal collar

No sharp angles for better soft tissue adaptation around neck of implant

Popular Co-Axis

Built in 12° angle correction above soft tissue for optimal use of available bone

One piece implant

Ø1.8mm ball head

High strength titanium

Grade 4 pure titanium (900 MpA) providing exceptional fatigue strength

Sinergy surface

Moderatly rough* Alumin-blasted surface for early osseointegration and longevity

Apical thread

Aggressive thread for maximum primary stability in trabecular bone

Technical Facts
  • External Hex and Deep Conical Connections.
  • 12° Co-Axis® with integrated Subcrestal Angle Correction® and Straight Implant Designs.
  • Body Shifted Coronal Section vs Tapered Apical section is 50:50.
  • External Hex offers 3.5 and 4.2 coronal diameters with 4.5 and 5.0mm diameter in the maximum apical section.
  • External Hex uses the IBN 3.43 and IB 4.0 restorative platforms.
Surgical Benefits
  • External Hex and Deep Conical Connections.
  • 12° Co-Axis® with integrated Subcrestal Angle Correction® and Straight Implant Designs.
  • Body Shifted Coronal Section vs Tapered Apical section is 50:50.
  • External Hex offers 3.5 and 4.2 coronal diameters with 4.5 and 5.0mm diameter in the maximum apical section.
Prosthetic Benefits
  • External Hex and Deep Conical Connections.
  • 12° Co-Axis® with integrated Subcrestal Angle Correction® and Straight Implant Designs.
  • Body Shifted Coronal Section vs Tapered Apical section is 50:50.
  • External Hex offers 3.5 and 4.2 coronal diameters with 4.5 and 5.0mm diameter in the maximum apical section.
Videos and Animations
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References

Van Staden RC, Guan H, Loo Y, Johnson NW, Nel M. Comparative analysis of internal and external-hex crown connection systems – a finite element study. J. Biomedical Science and Engineering, 2008, 1, 10-14.

Ribeiro CG, Maia MLC, Scherrer SS, Cardoso AC, Wiskott HWA. Resistance of three implant-abutment interfaces to fatigue testing. J Appl Oral Sci. 2010, 413-420.

Zembic A, Kim S, Zwahlen M, Kelly JR. Systematic Review of the Survival Rate and Incidence of Biologic, Technical, and Esthetic Complications of Single Implant Abutments Supporting Fixed Prostheses. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2014;29(SUPPL):99-116. doi: 10.11607/jomi.2014suppl.g2.2.