Immediate Full-Arch Rehabilitation
Anatomic structures including the maxillary sinus and mental foramen often dictates that treatment planning may require grafting procedures, compromised position of implants and the use of angle correction abutments. These complexities can add to the cost and duration of treatment.
The anatomic structures e.g. maxillary sinus and mental foramen, often dictates that treatment planning will need to include complex grafting procedures, or inclined placement of implants. The compromised position of implants usually requires the use of complicated, expensive and space consuming angle correction abutments. This adds risk and cost to the overall treatment plan.
Immediate Full Arch Benefits
Range of products supporting Innovative Treatment Solutions in full arch rehabilitation.
Co-Axis® Implant optimize use of remaining bone.
Nazalus Implants used in highly resorbed maxillae making use of nasal bone.
Zygomatic Implants are used with highly resorbed maxillae, making use of the Zygoma.
Related Innovative Products
All Innovative Products
Full Flexibility for Every Indication
Different Clinical Scenarios
Co-Axis® and MAX Implants
Simplicity in Predictable Immediate Full Arch Rehabilitation
Passive Abutment™ – Screw Retained
Compact Conical Abutment
PEEK & Ti Temporary Cylinders
Locator F-Tx Abutment
Locator R-Tx Abutment
Southern Implants offers an innovative range of products that provide
- Subcrestal Angle Correction™
- Extends the distal cantelivers
- Avoids sinus pneumatization
- Ideal for moderate to severe bone resorption
- A full array of prosthetic options for immediate provisional and definitive restoration in both digital and stock options.
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