Immediate Loading Protocol
Warning: This protocol only applies to 90% of cases, because every case has to be evaluated according to occlusion, missing teeth and medical condition. You are encouraged to contact AIDI for evaluation before you load AIDI Dental Implants.
You may take immediate impression after you place AIDI Dental Implants if the initial stability exceeds 45 Ncm. Generally, AIDI suggests immediate non-functional load for both anterior & posterior restorations with proper canine guidance & good posterior support.
- Single unit anterior restoration, initial stability must be 80-85 Ncm.
- Single unit molar restoration (2 implants required) – initial stability must be 75-80 Ncm.
- 3 units – initial stability exceeds 70 Ncm for all anterior teeth implant restorations and/or if initial stability exceeds 80 Ncm for all posterior teeth implants.
- 4 units of anterior teeth restoration – initial stability exceeds 70 Ncm for 3 implants and the remaining one dental implants exceeds 50 Ncm.
- 4 units of posterior teeth restoration, initial stability exceeds 80 Ncm for 3 implants and initial stability of the remaining one dental implants exceeds 50 Ncm.
- Cross arch splinting for mandibular arch, initial stability of 4 dental implants exceed 70 Ncm, the remaining implants exceed 50 Ncm.
- Cross arch splinting for maxillary arch, initial stability of 5~6 dental implants exceed 70 Ncm, the remaining implants exceed 50 Ncm.
The above protocol only applies to AIDI dental implants.
AIDI only suggest immediate non-functional load at centric & excentric positions. (Ref. Carl Misch Dental Implant Prosthetics, ch 27)
Proper oral hygiene maintenance and routine 6-month dental check up are required.
Limitation and condition:
• Parafunction; • Diabetes; • Dry mouth;
• Poor oral hygiene; • Heavy smoker; • Radiology;
• Medical compromised patient; • Lack of posterior support;
• Malocclusion • Patient only chew on one side (left or right);
Please note: DO NOT TORQUE OVER 90Ncm