Soft Bone Implants

 

 

Attain more predictable results

in soft bone sites

Soft Bone
Implants

Attain more predictable results

in soft bone sites

Soft Bone
Implants

Attain more predictable results

in soft bone sites

The Soft Bone Implant Solution

In full-arch cases, clinicians aim to maintain a large AP spread without compromising their primary stability. Southern’s Soft Bone implant adds another tool to the clinician’s armamentarium to enable optimal clinical outcomes. Specialised design features increase the users’ ability to attain high primary stability in soft bone sites, decreasing the need for bone grafting and sinus lifting.

Deep Conical
Connection

Providing a
tight implant-
abutment seal

4mm MSC Section

Decreases bacterial
adhesion and risk
of peri-implantitis

Self-tapping Thread

Achieve optimal
anchorage with a more
aggressive thread pitch

High Strength
Titanium

Enables exceptional
fatigue strength
functionality

Narrower Apex

2mm apex designed
to achieve stability in
under-prepared sites

SInergy™ Surface

Alumina-blasted surface
with over 20 years
of clinical results

Deep Conical
Connection

Providing a
tight implant-
abutment seal

4mm MSC Section

Decreases bacterial
adhesion and risk of
peri-implantitis

Self-tapping Thread

Achieve optimal
anchorage with a more
aggressive thread pitch

High Strength Titanium

Enables exceptional
fatigue strength
functionality

Narrower Apex

2mm apex designed
to achieve stability in
under-prepared sites

SInergy™ Surface

Alumina-blasted surface
with over 20 years
of clinical results

Technical Facts
  • Available with a Deep Conical connection interface
  • Tapered Body with narrow 2mm apex to achieve stability in under-prepared sites
  • Diameter: ⌀4 mm
  • Lengths: 13-20 mm
  • SInergy surface: Surface roughened by Alumina blasting giving a moderately rough surface with over 20 years of evidence of clinical success
  • 4 mm MSC (Machined Surface Coronal) surface engineered to reduce bacterial adhesion and decrease the risk of peri-implantitis
Surgical Benefits
  • Excellent tactile sensibility during placement
  • Fast insertion and excellent primary stability
  • State-of-the-art design features to minimise the risk of peri-implant complications
  • Microthreads on the neck distribute the load in the cortical region
  • Available in a tapered body shape
  • Minimizes the need for bone grafting
  • Increases AP spread
  • Reduces treatment time
Prosthetic Benefits
  • Increases patient acceptance
  • Reduces treatment time
  • Wide range of prosthetic options for treatment of single tooth, partial or full edentulism
Catalogues and Brochures
Instructions For Use (IFU)
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References

Abboud, M., Rugova, S. and Orentlicher, G., 2020. Immediate Loading: Are Implant Surface and Thread Design More Important Than Osteotomy Preparation?. Compendium, 41(7).

Caricasulo, R., Malchiodi, L., Ghensi, P., Fantozzi, G. and Cucchi, A., 2018. The influence of implant‐abutment connection to peri‐implant bone loss: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, 20(4), pp.653-664.

Ackermann, K.L., Barth, T., Cacaci, C., Kistler, S., Schlee, M. and Stiller, M., 2020. Clinical and patient-reported outcome of implant restorations with internal conical connection in daily dental practices: prospective observational multicenter trial with up to 7-year follow-up. International journal of implant dentistry, 6(1), pp.1-9.